Preparing For Dental Veneers
Dental veneers are a quick, secure and durable solution for chipped, cracked, gapped or otherwise imperfect teeth and can give you an instant and lasting boost to your confidence.
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The Pros And Cons Of Dental Veneers
Dental veneers are one of the best investments you can make and the entire process of transforming your smile and rebuilding your confidence is quick, easy and relatively uninvasive.
Because there is very little loss of tooth structure, you may not even need local anesthesia and you’ll even enjoy increased stain resistance from the effects of coffee, tea and other foods prone to stain or discolor teeth.
While dental veneers can completely change your life, there are a handful of drawbacks your dentist will make sure you are aware of, including:
- Upon successful completion, the process of dental veneers is irreversible due to the fact that some enamel has been removed from your teeth…
- Which means the color of your veneers is permanent, so it’s important to participate in the design process with your dentist to ensure an exact match of your desired shade of white…
- Your new veneer-covered teeth are likely to experience a short period of sensitivity, during which you should avoid hot and cold food and beverages and over the long-term, eliminate unnecessary wear and tear from things like fingernail biting, chewing ice and eating hard candies…
Most agree these are but small sacrifices to make for the life-changing potential dental veneers offer.
Over time, simply keep up a consistent brushing and flossing routine and schedule and attend regular dental visits and your new veneers will last for up to 15 years. If you want long-lasting confidence you can count on with each and every smile, dental veneers are an investment worth making.