What You Should Know About Dental Veneers

Did you know that your smile is one of the first things people notice upon meeting you? That’s why routinely going to your dentist is so important! Not only will a routine check-up keep your teeth visibly shining, but it will ensure that there are no health concerns regarding your gum and overall oral health. A broken or stained tooth can send you running for an emergency dental visit, and can prevent your routine teeth cleaning from making you feel your best. So, now what? Dental veneers are a great solution to getting the sparkle back in your smile!

The Answer to a Wide Range of Issues

Dental veneers are the perfect solution for many issues including reshaping your teeth by shortening or lengthening the tooth and whitening the enamel. Veneers, however, are not limited to just improving aesthetics. They can also reduce sensitivity on a chipped or cracked tooth and protect the enamel from further damage.

An Improvement of Oral Health

Veneers protect your natural teeth from damage, but they also keep your teeth secure in your mouth and have health benefits. Any tooth that is loose, or at risk of becoming loose, is held into place by the veneers. People who have veneers find that they have healthier gums and encounter fewer cavities!

Provides Durability Over Time

Made out of porcelain or composite material, dental veneers can last up to 30 years according to Healthline.com! There is very little additional maintenance when it comes to caring for your veneers as well. As long as you stay consistent with your daily teeth cleaning routines, flossing and brushing, as well as staying up to date on typical dentist office visits, you are good to go!

Customizable and Convenient

Everyone’s needs are different when it comes to the purpose behind their veneers. That’s why they can be different lengths and shapes depending on the owner. Where one person may need a chipped tooth to be lengthened to match the rest of the teeth, another person may need to have thicker veneers to protect the enamel around a tooth and eliminate sensitivity.

If you are looking into a cosmetic dental service to improve the look and health of your smile, veneers may be for you! To learn more about your options, give us a call here at Brightside Dental and schedule an appointment!

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