If you watched the Hollywood Academy Awards this year, you may have noticed something about all the smiling actors. They all have flawless, white teeth. If you’ve ever wanted a smile as beautiful as theirs, there are options you can consider to get that for yourself. You might want to consider getting dental veneers if you have imperfections in your teeth that you would rather have disappear.
Dental veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment that can repair many imperfections in your teeth. Chips, teeth that are slightly crooked, discolored, unevenly spaced teeth and minor cracks can all be repaired with dental veneers. They can make your teeth much more even and uniform, giving that Hollywood-perfect smile. They can instill confidence in your smile, and you can brighten up a room just with your teeth.
Veneers are a thin shell of porcelain or resin that is fitted and bonded to the outer surface of your teeth. Dr. Steven A. Beuligmann will match the shade of the veneer to your teeth to give a more natural appearance.
Veneers are a thin shell of porcelain or resin that is fitted and bonded to the outer surface of your teeth. Dr. Steven A. Beuligmann will match the shade of the veneer to the shade of your teeth. The porcelain of the veneer is not susceptible to tooth decay or to stains. You may wish to have a whitening treatment before getting veneers installed.
Currently, there are two types of veneers: porcelain and resin. Porcelain veneers can be made custom and fitted to your teeth. They can take two to three visits to your dentist to finish installing, but then you’ll have that Hollywood look.
Resin veneers are made from dental bonding material and can be applied in a single visit. They aren’t as durable as porcelain veneers, but they can be touched up after the initial treatment if needed. Porcelain veneers are slightly more expensive, so you may opt for resin veneers if you want to save some money.
To learn more about dental veneers and how they can improve your smile, contact our dental office in Carlsbad, California, today.