Visit a Veneers Dentist to Straighten the Appearance of Your Teeth

Posted on: November 16, 2017

VeneersWhen you visit Dental Health Associates, PC, a veneers dentist office, we can make your teeth appear straighter using dental veneers. Dental veneers are the simplest solution for minimally crooked or misaligned teeth. They require little preparation, and no treatment length like you would have to go through if using braces. When our patients have healthy teeth that need minor imperfections corrected, we suggest veneers for many reasons, some of which are listed below.

Dental Veneer Procedure

Our dental veneers are wafer-thin layers or shells of porcelain material that translucently adhere to the fronts of teeth providing coverage of flaws. Since they are so thin, they look incredibly natural.

Our veneers treatment requires two short appointments to our veneers dentist office for preparation and placement. When a patient decides to straighten his or her teeth through other means, the patient is locking him or herself into long appointment hours, several follow-up visits, and a treatment length of months to years. With dental veneers, the patient will see immediate results once we bond the veneers in place.

Dental Veneer Benefits

Veneers are durable where braces can easily break. If a patient wants to avoid having to visit the orthodontist office every time a wire comes loose or bracket moves, choose dental veneers for straightening teeth. There is very little that can displace our veneers. Once we bond the veneers to the teeth, they remain there virtually permanently. Our veneers resist damage and are a sturdy structure against the teeth.

When an individual gets braces, he or she can experience consistent discomfort due to the metal appliance irritating surrounding teeth and oral tissues. We construct our dental veneers with the patient’s gums and oral tissues in mind so that they are very compatible with the mouth as a whole. The veneers are not abrasive or sharp, sitting firmly against the front teeth and remain in place. The patient will become so accustomed to dental veneers that he or she will not even notice they are not the natural teeth.

Natural and Exquisite Appearance

Not only do our veneers make the teeth appear straighter, they can also whiten the appearance of the teeth. The veneers will be a comfortable and drastic improvement to the previous appearance of the teeth.

Veneers can last for several years, even up to 20 years or more. If the patient applies the same level of care to the veneers as the rest of the teeth, then the veneers will provide attractive coverage for years to come. When it is time to replace the veneers, we can do so easily and quickly so that we do not take up too much of the patient’s time.

Do not forget to consider dental veneers when you are deciding on what type of straightening method is best for your teeth. Remember that veneers can only be placed on fully developed, healthy teeth. If your teeth are in good health but need to be corrected cosmetically, visiting Dental Health Associates, PC, a veneers dentist office, is a great option.


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