Dental veneers can provide dramatic changes to your smile. Many people who get veneers have several of their front teeth done at once. However, if you are happy with most of your front teeth but one is chipped or discolored, or your two front teeth are worn down, you can have only one or two porcelain veneers to improve your smile. If all you want for Christmas is some new front teeth, check out porcelain veneers.
It may prove a bit more challenging to blend the color of only one or two veneers with the surrounding natural teeth, but it can be done, particularly with custom porcelain layering. There are several reasons you may consider dental veneers for your two front teeth including, but not limited to:
- Retruded teeth: If your two front teeth are farther back than your other teeth. The thickness of the veneers can bring them even with your other teeth.
- Crooked or rotated teeth: Adding veneers can mask this inconsistency and make your teeth look straight.
- Discolored teeth: Veneers can mask the discoloration making your teeth whiter.
- Worn or eroded teeth: Veneers can lengthen your teeth again, making them look natural and healthy.
- Diastema or a gap between your front teeth: Veneers can hide the gap between your two front teeth.
Veneers are a good choice for front teeth due to their appearance. Colors can be layered and blended to match surrounding teeth. Porcelain has a similar sheen and translucency as your natural teeth. Veneers are also cared for just as you care for your natural teeth. Nothing above or beyond is required. Veneers are also long-lasting and can provide you with a winning smile for up to twenty years.