If you are not happy with the appearance of your teeth or smile, you should make a dental appointment. If your teeth are discolored or you have crooked, chipped, or cracked teeth, dental veneers can help.
The porcelain veneers are bonded to the teeth, effectively concealing dental issues and resulting in a great smile. Customized veneers using high-quality porcelain can look very much like natural teeth. There are several ways to determine if it is the right time to get veneers.
If you want to improve the appearance of your smile, veneers can help you to do that. Through the procedure, you can acquire straighter, whiter, and brighter teeth. If you are concerned about stains, gaps, cracks, chips, or crooked teeth, you can get veneers.
Veneers can correct several dental issues in one visit. Porcelain veneers can correct dental conditions like microdontia that causes the teeth to appear underdeveloped.
Before getting dental veneers, you need to have good oral health. A cosmetic dentist will carry out a thorough exam to ensure you are in good oral health. There are dental issues that can affect the success of porcelain veneers.
Dental issues like decay, cavities, gum disease, and plaque buildup can negatively impact veneers. To ensure long-lasting results, you must have existing dental issues treated before you get veneers.
If you want a beautiful smile that looks completely natural, this is the right time to get veneers. Unlike in the past when dental veneers left the smile looking fake, cosmetic dentistry has come a long way.
Thanks to advancements in technology, modern veneers have lost the “too perfect” tag, and they look like natural teeth. The veneers are customizable and can reflect light like natural teeth. You can maintain some characteristics of your natural smile.
The right time to get veneers is when you know that you are prepared to take care of them. Porcelain veneers need proper care to make sure they remain beautiful and function effectively. When you get veneers, you should avoid chewing ice, hard candy, and anything that can damage the teeth.
You should avoid using the teeth to open packages, chew ice, or do anything that can cause the veneers to shift. Practicing good oral hygiene that includes brushing and flossing will help protect the teeth. Make sure you visit the dentist regularly.
There are dental conditions that you should deal with before getting dental veneers. A condition like bruxism or teeth grinding can damage the veneers. It is vital to talk to a dentist about dental conditions and to get treatment.
Bruxism can negatively affect oral health, resulting in tooth chips and fractures. Wearing a nightguard can protect the teeth and veneers while also improving the patient’s quality of sleep.
If you want to improve the appearance of your smile, talk to your dentist. You can find out if you are a good candidate for dental veneers. You should be over 18 years old before you get veneers.
For more information on veneers and if they're right for you, visit Smile Institute Miami at our office in Miami, Florida. You can also call (305) 590-5228 to schedule an appointment.