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Do cosmetic veneers ruin your real teeth?

May 22, 2022

Contrary to common misconceptions, cosmetic veneers do not damage your natural teeth. Instead, they are meticulously crafted to overlay and enhance your teeth’s natural beauty. Understanding the process is key: our cosmetic dentists tailor-make each veneer to seamlessly match your smile. Whether you’re enhancing a single tooth or undergoing a complete smile makeover, your veneers are custom-made for an impeccable fit. They are securely bonded to your natural teeth using a specialized adhesive that cures under a specific light. Our cosmetic dentists then meticulously shape and polish the veneers, ensuring your smile is nothing short of perfection.

Let’s delve into how cosmetic veneers interact with your teeth. The bonding material is completely safe for your natural teeth, meaning the attachment process neither harms nor deteriorates your teeth’s integrity. Unlike natural enamel, porcelain veneers resist staining, so go ahead and enjoy your favorite beverages without worry! Moreover, their robust composition offers enhanced resistance to damage compared to natural teeth, underscoring the fact that veneers not only preserve but also fortify your smile against wear and staining.

Considering cosmetic veneers? A common inquiry we receive concerns the investment required for porcelain veneers. The truth is, the cost varies widely depending on individual needs and goals. An accurate estimate requires a personalized consultation with our cosmetic dentistry team, who will assess your specific situation. Factors influencing cost include the condition of your teeth, the desired number of veneers, and your dental insurance coverage. Whether you’re contemplating a full set of veneers or focusing on the most visible teeth, our team at San Marcos Dental Center is here to guide you through your options, evaluate your eligibility for veneers, and discuss the financial aspects of your smile transformation.

Posted in Uncategorized by Dr. Gregory Hurt DDS

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