Dental Veneers

Dental Veneers

Posted by Theresa Ahearn on Jun 24 2021, 08:27 AM

Our smile plays a significant role in defining our personality. So, it is our responsibility to keep it safe and bright always. However, if you think that your pearly white teeth are not the reason for your smile anymore or it is not as white as it used to be, cosmetic veneers are the best option for you. It repairs your chipped, cracked, or stained teeth and helps in retaining your smile.

It is important to understand the process before going for veneers. This guide will provide you with the information you will require before committing to having this procedure.

What are Dental Veneers?

Veneers are a thin cover attached to the top of your teeth permanently to hide the imperfections to the natural color, shape, and size of your teeth. Veneers come in two types of materials: resin or porcelain. The procedure can be done either on one tooth or multiple teeth. While composite resin veneers consist of similar materials used for dental bondings and fillings, porcelain veneers contain porcelain meant to bond to the surface of the teeth.

Benefits of Getting Dental Veneers

The procedure of getting veneers provides you with several benefits:

  • It repairs your teeth effortlessly.
  • It provides a natural impression on your teeth.
  • It is a quick cosmetic fix for your teeth.
  • It is permanent and long-lasting.
  • It is very easy to maintain.
  • It is a practical treatment for enamel loss.
  • It permanently whitens the tooth. 

Dental Veneers Procedure

The procedure of veneers includes two methods, direct and indirect methods. In the direct method, your dentist will complete the whole process of veneers in just one visit. They will first prepare the teeth by cleaning their surface. Then they use bonding materials to ensure the resin is fit for the tooth. A special light is then used to harden the chemical and it's done!

 In the indirect method, porcelain veneers are used. Here, the dentist will take the mold of your teeth on the first visit. On the next visit, your dentist places a cover in your tooth. Then, the molds are sent to the dental laboratory for the fabrication of veneers. Then, your dentist will call you to complete the procedure after two to three weeks.

After getting the veneers done, avoid eating hard food as it could damage the veneers if forced. Moreover, your dentist will advise you to use fluoride toothpaste, clean your veneers twice a day and maintain good oral health to prevent it from any further damage.

South Friendswood offers comprehensive dental procedures, including dental veneers, at Friendswood, TX.  Call us at (281) 482-7731 or schedule an appointment online.

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