A perfect, beautiful smile can boost your self-confidence and help you make a lasting positive impression on everyone you interact with. To accomplish your dream smile, our experienced dentists can provide you with a vast range of cosmetic dental treatments.
Among these, the porcelain veneer is a popular and virtually painless cosmetic dentistry procedure that can fix a wide variety of common dental concerns. Veneers are made from a very thin yet durable material and are bonded to the front of the teeth to create a natural-looking, beautiful smile.
What Are the Benefits of Porcelain Veneers?
Porcelain veneers can be used to cover a single tooth or all the teeth to rejuvenate the appearance of your entire smile. This versatile procedure can significantly improve your look and fix dental imperfections like chips, cracks, misaligned teeth, spaces between teeth, deep stains or discolored teeth, uneven or irregularly shaped teeth, and short or worn teeth.
The main benefits of porcelain veneers are as follows:
- Quick and durable
- Minimally invasive and painless
- Do not break easily or stain
- Improve your overall look
- Help to improve your self-confidence
Who Is the Right Candidate for Porcelain Veneers?
Anyone with good dental health and minor smile imperfections can be an excellent candidate for porcelain veneers. Veneers can improve the look, strength, and function of your existing teeth. The procedure is versatile and conservative, making it an ideal choice to enhance your smile without the need for extensive dental treatment.
In some cases, porcelain veneers are used instead of orthodontic treatments to improve the look of slightly crooked teeth. During your consultation, the dentist will examine your oral cavity carefully and determine if porcelain veneers are the right option for you.
If you have any gum disease or tooth decay, these issues will be treated before proceeding with the placement of customized veneers.
To schedule a consultation with our dental experts, call any of our offices in Livonia [at (734) 425-7888] or Ann Arbor [at (734) 888-8886] or book an appointment online. We're always happy to help our patients!