Sometimes braces can help fix issues that make people unhappy with their smile, like overbites and underbites, but sometimes people just want bigger, brighter teeth. For those people, veneers are usually a great option, but what are veneers?
Unlike crowns, veneers are usually made of thin pieces of porcelain that can be bonded to your teeth in order to improve the overall look of your smile. The best part? The treatment can be completed in as little as two visits and the veneers are individually crafted and customized to fit your smile. Basically, they look completely natural when the treatment is finished. If you are unhappy with the look of your smile in photos, veneers will solve that problem.
Veneers are a great cosmetic solution for many problems that people have with their teeth, including; gaps, chips, spaces, length, and color of teeth.
Unhappy about how short your teeth are? Veneers can lengthen them.
Unhappy with the spacing of your teeth? Veneers can cover them.
You get the idea. Veneers can solve most cosmetic issues with your teeth!
Veneers are a cosmetic treatment and it is virtually painless.
So how do you get started with veneers? The first step is a consultation with one of our cosmetic dentists. You will sit down and explain everything you love, like and dislike about your smile. We want to hear about your goals and the main reason why you looked in the mirror today and decided to search for this article and then book a cosmetic consultation with us in the hope of improving the look of your smile. The dentist will discuss some options with you and offer a recommended treatment plan based on the information you’ve provided.
You will also get the estimated cost of the treatment plan from your dentist.
If you are happy with the plan, then the next step is to book your treatment – setting the date that you will finally get your brand new smile.
If you are considering a smile makeover then you probably have some questions. Here are some of the frequently asked questions that we hear from patients:
Like your real teeth, veneers are not indestructible. They are very strong though and, with proper care, veneers can last 10-20 years. Proper care includes brushing and flossing and avoiding hard or sticky foods. You will also want to try to avoid grinding your teeth or putting unnecessary wear and tear on them.
Have questions about veneers or another cosmetic dentistry treatment? Please contact Gulf Coast Dental and we’ll be happy to get you scheduled for a consultation to discuss veneers as an option for your smile.