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You May Be a Candidate for Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers are never left out of discussions regarding cosmetic dentistry. This article addresses essential facts about porcelain veneers and can help you decide if you may be a good candidate for porcelain veneers.
Porcelain veneers are thin sheets of ceramic that are bonded to the front side of the teeth. These thin shells are explicitly designed for the tooth affected and are semi-translucent to make light penetrate them just like a normal tooth. Once in position, a porcelain veneer covers cosmetic impairments and makes your smile attractive. One of the essential highlights of porcelain is its versatility. As you will soon discover, porcelain veneers are useful for correcting many aesthetic issues that may plague your dentition.
Candidates for porcelain veneers
The perfect candidates for porcelain veneers are people who have cosmetic imperfections that affect the look of their teeth. Such patients should be in good health and possess strong teeth and sufficient enamel to hold the veneers. If there is any existing dental health issue that hampers the appeal of the teeth, restorative treatment or orthodontic care may be more suitable to solve the problems than porcelain veneers.
Patients who want to undergo this treatment must have realistic goals for the treatment procedure, including total awareness of the risks involved in the treatment, the importance of removing part of the tooth structure for the veneer placement and proper aftercare guidelines for the veneers.
Porcelain veneers for small chips and cracks
Porcelain veneers are a perfect option for fixing small chips and cracks that may hamper the look of the smile. These minor indications of damage can be masked behind a porcelain veneer, giving patients an opportunity to smile with complete confidence.
Major tooth discolorations
Severe tooth stains or blemishes can rarely be corrected with conventional dental bleaching, particularly if the source of the stain is inside the tooth. In such situations, using porcelain veneers will help ensure that significant stains and discolorations are masked and make the tooth appear perfect and clean after the procedure.
Cosmetic tooth alignment
Small spaces, spacing issues and asymmetry are popular aesthetic issues with the teeth. In some cases, orthodontic care is the best way to correct the problem, but if these imperfections are mainly cosmetic, it may be good to consider porcelain veneers. In fact, the results of using porcelain veneers can be incredible, which is why the process is often called “instant orthodontics.”
Dental issues are rarely solitary. Many people deal with multiple problems that impair the look of their teeth. In such complicated cases, a complete smile makeover is the best solution, which entails combining different treatments to enhance the smile’s beauty. With the flexibility of porcelain veneers, they can sometimes make a significant difference in the entire process of a person’s smile makeover.
If you want to know more about porcelain veneers and their potential benefits, feel free to reach out to a cosmetic dentist. You will be surprised at how much difference those thin shells can make on your smile.
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