Explore the Versatility of Dental Veneers

If you weren’t lucky enough to be born with a perfect smile, it doesn’t mean it’s not attainable now. Thanks to advancements in cosmetic dentistry, patients can choose porcelain veneers to hide a wide variety of smile imperfections. Veneers are durable, beautiful and highly versatile. How can they benefit you?

What are Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain veneers consist of thin, shell-like sheets of porcelain that cover the entire front surface of damaged or flawed teeth. They are typically only reserved for the front teeth, or those visible when you smile. Veneers do require a very minor alteration of existing tooth structure; this is to ensure your veneer stays bonded to your teeth. With proper care, veneers can last over 15 years!

Imperfections that Cosmetic Veneers Can Address

What is causing you to hide your smile? Chances are, porcelain veneers can correct it. Veneers have the ability to correct the following common causes of unsightly teeth:

  • Discolorations/Stains
  • Chips
  • Gaps
  • Crookedness

Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

Orthodontics can straighten your teeth, dental bonding can often correct minor gaps or chips and teeth whitening can temporarily resolve dental staining. However, porcelain veneers are a more durable, effective and long-lasting investment towards your smile. Unlike other cosmetic alternatives, veneers offer the following benefits:

  • Customized to in color, shape and size
  • Resistant to staining/Non-porous
  • Minimal pain associated with procedure
  • Cared for like your natural teeth
  • Provide instant results

Ready to schedule your consult for porcelain veneers? Call Park South Dentistry today. We can’t wait to transform your smile into one you are proud to show off!

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