Posted by PS Dental on Nov 6 2020, 03:52 AM
Dental veneers are one of the simplest ways to get a smile enhancement in a quick time span. Veneers are wafer-thin pieces of composite resin or porcelain bonded to the frontal surface of the teeth with the help of dental adhesives. They are used for various purposes, both restorative and cosmetic, making them highly versatile.
Restoring chipped or cracked teeth: Although our teeth are covered by an outer layer of enamel, which is the hardest substance in the human body, they are not immune to damage. The teeth may lose a certain edge or surface when you bite into anything too hard or sustain severe trauma to the mouth. When a tooth gets chipped or cracked, the microbes in the mouth can enter the central root canal cavity and infect the nerves and blood vessels within. Hence, it is best to get such oral concerns treated at the earliest, preferably with a veneer.
Reshaping misshapen teeth: Teeth that are naturally out of shape can make your smile appear quite displeasing. It can lead to frequent embarrassment and even promote the formation of tartar deposits on the teeth. We can help you get an even smile by bonding veneers to their faces.
Getting rid of discoloration: Teeth staining is a prominent cosmetic dental concern, as it can lead to a lot of embarrassment. We treat teeth discoloration using our teeth whitening solutions, such as in-office whitening, take-home whitening kits, laser teeth whitening, etc. But, when the severeness of staining is too much to be treated by teeth whitening, we will consider veneers for the job. Bonding veneers to the frontal surfaces of the teeth helps to enhance their color and overall appearance.
Eliminating excessive spaces: Excessive spaces between adjacent teeth is a type of malocclusion called spacing. It is characterized by displeasing gaps between the teeth, which could be due to a wider dental arch, tooth loss, use of faulty oral appliances, etc. These spaces can be eliminated to give you an absolutely even smile using veneers.
Please do reach out to us on-call (503) 574-4000 or by scheduling an online consultation with our dental professionals, and we’ll be glad to assist you further.