A dental veneer is designed to fit over a person’s existing tooth. Dental veneers offer a simple way to an amazing smile. Veneers can be used to cover up damaged or discolored teeth. But you have to be careful with veneers if you want them to last for a long time. Read on to find…
We Place a Dental Veneer in Trophy Club That Can Improve Your Smile
Our patients ask us a number of questions about dental veneers that we provide in Trophy Club. These questions can include information on what veneers are, what they can fix, and if there are any limitations to what we can fix using this technology. We strive to provide the most comprehensive answers to all your questions. Below are answers to some common questions about dental veneers. If you do not see your question here, give us a call today for more information.
Here is information you should know about dental veneers:
What are dental veneers?
A dental veneer is a thin piece of porcelain that we place on top of the tooth to replace damaged or discolored enamel. Our goal is to make sure patients have the smile they want. Enhancing a smile can be difficult to achieve with misshapen, stained, or crooked teeth. Dental veneers allow us to work with the tooth itself.
Since dental veneers are so thin, they are incredibly malleable which means we can mold them to fit any number of tooth problems. This quality makes them an extremely versatile tool for us to use. In addition to this, porcelain, when very fine, has many of the same qualities as regular enamel. Which means that when we attach these veneers to the teeth, they look, act and feel exactly the same as natural teeth. For patients, this means two things.
First, the patient will have teeth that require the same amount of care as normal teeth, no more and no less. Second, it means that there will be a repaired tooth that looks exactly like the ones around it, or better, depending on how much work the patient wants to achieve with dental veneers.
What can dental veneers fix?
Dental veneers are used most often to correct breaks, chips, and cracks in teeth. When we place a dental veneer we have found that they give us the ability to repair teeth in both a functional and aesthetically pleasing manner. When a patient has damaged teeth, a tiny crack, for example, there is always the risk of an infection or the damage spreading. Using a dental veneer to fix this can avoid such a situation, strengthen the tooth, and makes sure that the tooth lasts much longer.
In addition, these kinds of cracks are typically ugly to look at, causing an unsightly smile. Once fixed, the tooth looks exactly like it did when the patient first got it as a child. Other things that we can correct with veneers are stubborn teeth that refuse to get white with conventional means. In a case like this, the dental veneers can be used to replace the top layer of enamel giving the patient a permanent white tooth since veneers do not stain.
Are there limitations to who can get veneers?
Typically there are no limitations on who can receive veneers, but we will conduct a full examination to make sure that there are no exclusionary factors with your teeth. Once ready, we can place a dental veneer that looks natural and functions splendidly.
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