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Veneers: The Pain-Free Way to a Better Smile

Everyone wants a beautiful smile. This desire is universal. Thankfully, we have seen incredible advancements made in the field of cosmetic dentistry. There are now a variety of techniques that are effective in whitening and straightening teeth. But how does one choose the right option? Braces, Invisalign, and bleaching are all good options. But there is also another option that can correct minor imperfections and provide you with a bright smile with no pain!

Veneers are wafer-thin but they are also incredibly durable facings that can be bonded to the front surface of the teeth. Because it covers the teeth, any flaws are effectively concealed, too. Now you won’t have to be conscious about your discolored, chipped, or gapped teeth and you’ll be truly confident with your picture-perfect smile.

The process of getting veneers involves pain-free steps. First, your dentist will thoroughly clean your teeth. A very thin amount of enamel will be removed to make room for the veneers. An impression of your teeth will be made and sent to a dental lab. Your veneers are custom-made to ensure that they will not feet bulky and that they’ll fit perfectly. Once they are made, your dentist will bond the veneers to your teeth with the use of a dental cement. A special light is also used to activate and harden the cement.

Advantages

Veneers are not easy to stain so they are a really good solution for those who are looking for that perfect smile. They typically last from 10 to 15 years. What many like about them is how they can give their teeth a straighter and brighter look without any pain! Aside from making your teeth look good, veneers can protect your damaged teeth as well.

Disadvantages

Patients who want to get veneers should be ready for a week or two of adjusting to their new “teeth”. After all, veneers change the size, color, shape, and spacing of their teeth. They may also experience minor tooth sensitivity after their teeth are prepped and while they are wearing temporary veneers. They may also notice a slight difference in speech, usually with their pronunciation of the letters “f” and “s”. Not to worry though, as this can be easily corrected by your dentist through minor adjustments. You’ll surely notice an improvement in your speech once you are familiar with your new teeth as well.

Dental veneers are among the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments as they can be used for aesthetic purposes or to repair front teeth. With dental veneers, you can achieve perfectly aligned teeth that look totally natural.

To be sure that you’re getting the highest quality dental veneers, you can call Dental Laboratory Associates and we’ll refer you to one of our topnotch dentists in your area!

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