Laminate veneers are a popular cosmetic dentistry procedure, used to alter the shape and appearance of the front teeth. In a nutshell, it makes teeth look better.
Laminate veneers are used to alter the shape and appearance of the front teeth. In a nutshell, it makes teeth look better.
In addition to correcting crooked or chipped teeth, laminate veneers can also be used for gaps between your front teeth (also known as “fissures”), chips or stains on your tooth enamel that affect its color or shine.
If you are looking for a great option for improving your smile, often called 'aesthetic dentistry', then laminate veneers are an excellent choice. They can be used to help fix teeth that are chipped or misshapen, as well as stained or have gaps between them.
Laminate veneers are thin shells of plastic that fit over the surface of your tooth like a puzzle piece. The shell covers up any imperfections in your natural smile and creates a beautiful finish without sacrificing function.
The procedure is quick and relatively pain-free. It can be done in one visit and the results are reversible, so you won't have to worry about your smile changing over time.
Veneers are made of porcelain, which is very durable and can last for many years. Some people have had veneers for 10 years or more and had no problems with them at all.
If you have broken a tooth, or if you want to change the shape of your teeth, then it may be time to consider replacing your old set of veneers with a new set.
It's been a while since I've had a dental procedure done - now that I know it's possible, I'm going to start looking into them!
I should always check with my dentist before getting any kind of dental procedure done. You want to make sure that they're qualified, have experience doing this type of treatment and that there are no risks involved. Make sure you ask about the benefits and alternatives too; if one option is better than another then run with it! Also ask about cost - how much does it cost? What can be covered by insurance? Will there be any additional charges after insurance has paid for everything (like anesthesia)? If there is anything else besides these things then make sure they're covered in your contract or lease agreement so that when you leave work/school/etc., which ever comes first these days...you'll have all your bases covered!
So there you have it - six reasons to consider having a veneer done. Whether or not you want one, the procedure is relatively quick and pain-free. You can expect to get your teeth looking as good as new in just a few hours.