Can Porcelain Veneers Fix My Smile Flaws?
Posted August 30, 2017 by Wager-Evans Dental
A number of different issues can create flaws that hurt the overall quality of a person’s smile. If you have issues with a misshapen tooth (or misshapen teeth), odd spacing between teeth, discoloration, or damage, you might be excited to make improvements. That being said, you may be uncertain what cosmetic dental treatment – if any – can give you the help you need. You should know that many people will find that they can enjoy big smile improvements with porcelain veneers. In fact, veneers are popular because their placement can be enough to cover multiple problems, so you can have a cosmetic dental makeover with less work than you expect.
By placing porcelain veneers over teeth, you can hide congenital flaws that leave your teeth undersized or misshapen. Veneers are affixed to the front of teeth. Once placed, they will make it seem as though your smile is free of unsightly flaws that have long undermined your smile. In many cases, your dentist can even hide chips and cracks that have been left by damage. However, damage that causes functional problems can call for restorative care.
Not everyone has the sort of discoloration that can be treated with professional whitening agents. If your smile is negatively impacted by any form of intrinsic discoloration, your dentist can recommend a different treatment strategy. Patients who have this form of intrinsic discoloration can enjoy the benefits of porcelain veneers. In addition to hiding flaws based around the shape and condition of teeth, they can also make your smile whiter.
At Wager-Evans Dental, you can enjoy major cosmetic benefits by having porcelain veneers placed. Veneers can help patients who suffer from a range of smile flaws. Of course, our office is also proud to provide preventive and restorative care for residents of Reno, NV, as well as residents from South Meadows, Double Diamond, Caughlin Ranch, Donner Springs, Meadowood, Sommersett, Arrow Creek, and all surrounding communities. To schedule a consultation or your next dental appointment, contact us today at (775) 829-7700.