Stained, cracked or chipped teeth can leave people feeling reluctant to show off their teeth. However porcelain veneers could make all the difference
A good smile can light up your face – but if you feel less than 100 per cent about the appearance of your teeth it can really take the shine out of your smile.
Avoiding smiling in pictures and holding back when interacting socially are often associated with poor self-esteem relating to the condition of your teeth.
Stained, cracked or chipped teeth can leave people feeling reluctant to show off their teeth. While misaligned or uneven teeth can also see people hide their smile behind a tight-lipped grin.
Left unchecked concerns about your teeth can evolve into low self-esteem about your appearance, which can have a serious effect on your day-to-day confidence.
Improve your smile with veneers
The good news is that problems with teeth can be easily treated, with a number of options available to improve the condition of teeth. These include teeth straightening, braces, teeth whitening and veneers.
While treatments can be targeted to deal with a specific problem, veneers can offer a swift solution to a number of problems, including:
- Staining on teeth
- Minor imperfections
- Chips and cracks
By applying veneers to your teeth your dentist will be able to achieve the bright, uniform smile you have wished for.
How do veneers work?
One of the major benefits of having veneers fitted to your teeth is that you can enjoy quick and complete results. Veneers are tailor-made from either porcelain or composite resin to perfectly fit over your teeth.
The veneers are crafted to compliment your teeth in look and colour to achieve a natural looking, but flawless finish.
To put the veneers in place your dentist will first need to file away some of the enamel from the tooth to allow for the thickness of the veneers in the mouth.
When this is complete the veneers will be attached to the surface of the tooth using dental cement, which is long-lasting and secure.
Once veneers have been fitted you should have no more concerns about the appearance of your teeth – particularly as the material is more resistant to staining than your natural teeth.
Veneers allow dental patients to eat and drink as normal with only the recommended level of dental hygiene (brushing twice a day!) needed to keep your smile looking perfect.
Don’t waste years worrying about imperfections in your teeth – choose veneers to let your smile shine.
To find out more about having veneers fitted get in touch with Blackheath Dental Practice.