There is a common misconception that porcelain veneers give you a smile that looks like everyone else’s. A updated smile can mean one that is healthy and one that makes you feel confident. Minor imperfections or flaws to one person may make you feel unique, and there is no need to remove them to update your smile. As long as you can smile in a family photo with a full healthy grin or laugh without covering your mouth in embarrassment, your smile is great. An smile can be updated with cosmetic dentistry. With all the cosmetic treatment choices to choose from, how do you know when porcelain veneers are the right way to update your smile?
Do You Have Extensive Cosmetic Problems?
Treatments like cosmetic bonding can fix minor cosmetic issues, such as a small gap. If you have larger gaps between your teeth, they may be too big for bonding to close and/or make smaller. Porcelain veneers can cover a very large gap to give you the amount of closure you are looking for. If you have teeth that you feel are too small or too large, unevenly sized, or crooked or jagged, porcelain veneers can address these issues. Veneers are permanently applied to the front of your teeth to give a natural appearance.
Do You Want To Update Your Whole Smile?
When you have just one or a few teeth with issues, cosmetic bonding or a crown may be the way to address the issue. When you are looking to update your entire smile, porcelain veneers can provide you with the most consistent and far-reaching upgrade. Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that look and act like the surface of natural enamel. If you have discoloration from within your teeth on multiple teeth that professional whitening cannot remove, porcelain veneers can cover it to give you a bright, white smile of your dreams.
Are porcelain veneers right for your smile?
Dr. Jing and his team at 7 Day Dental can help you decide if porcelain veneers are right for you. To learn more, or to schedule a consultation or appointment, contact our office closest to you at 817-405-2001 on Jacksboro Highway, or at 817-405-0195 on Seminary Drive.