Have you ever been in awe of someone with the perfect smile? Their teeth look terrific, and you think they either have great genes or spent time wearing braces. Perhaps either or both are true, but it could be veneers that give them that show-stopping smile. Veneers are custom made and look natural, reshaping teeth to look uniform and well-proportioned. The results are beautiful, with a renewed smile that transforms your teeth from not-so-great to gorgeous.
With precise measuring and a custom creation made of thin shells of porcelain, veneers are not just for celebrities. You can have them too! Here at Park Dental, we’ve had plenty of patients reap the rewards of wearing veneers and they’ve never looked better. Here is a bit more information about veneers you should know, from the process of putting them on to the ravishing results.
How They are Placed on the Teeth
Virtually pain-free and practical, veneer placement is a piece-of-cake for the patient, and a process we’ve perfected here at Park Dental. They are carefully bonded to the front of your teeth, creating a new shape and symmetry that is natural and comfortable. The process is a two-visit job. During your first visit we measure the teeth and plan the veneer process. At your second, the veneers are attached to the teeth permanently. The veneers are made at a lab where the color, shape, size, and so forth are designed with your teeth in mind. No set is the same, so every patient ends up with a smile that is perfect for their mouth. It’s all about looking natural, only better than before.
Realistic in Every Way
Porcelain veneers are wafer thin, so they won’t protrude or look artificial. The color, the way they catch the light, and the advanced artistry that goes into making them results in a prime product that is to every patient’s satisfaction. What’s even better is they won’t stain or discolor like natural teeth, and they are super strong. What could be better?
Reasons Patients Get Veneers
- Severely stained/discolored teeth
- Chipped/cracked teeth
- Spaces/gaps between teeth
- Small teeth
- Uneven teeth
- Misshapen teeth
- Worn down teeth
- Slightly crooked teeth
- Internal discoloration (below the tooth’s surface)
- Cosmetic improvement on the whole
Caring for Veneers
Once the veneers are bonded to the teeth, consider them your own. Care for them as you would your natural teeth with proper brushing and flossing twice daily, overall good oral hygiene habits, and regular dental exams.When properly taken care of veneers will last many years, remaining stain-free and super strong.
Are you curious about getting veneers or have any questions or concerns? We’re here to help in your quest for a beautiful smile. Give Park Dental a call at 407-671-8901 for assistance from our front desk staff or to schedule an appointment. We look forward to seeing you.