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Misunderstood concepts about cosmetic veneers

June 18, 2021

Cosmetic veneers can allow any patient with flawed or discolored teeth the ability to bring a new smile to the world that they are proud of. Nevertheless, most people overlook the option of presenting this problem to a cosmetic dentist. Here is a glance at some of the more common misunderstood facts about cosmetic veneers, so you as a potential patient can make an informed decision on whether this treatment is right for you. 

Cosmetic veneers look fake in comparison to dental implants – When you have cosmetic veneers they function and have the same aesthetics as natural teeth. Significant measures are made by our dental staff to ensure this. Our dentists will help you find the right options in reference to coloration to complement your complexion, and the proper shape and form required to have the amazing smile you’re looking for. 

Cosmetic veneers can cause sensitivity – Cosmetic veneers in actuality can prevent or deter problems in regards to sensitivity. For instance if there are issues with enamel erosion, this in itself can be the culprit with tooth sensitivity. However veneers adhere to the surface of the tooth and impede issues with sensitivity. 

Cosmetic veneers need to be replaced annually – Cosmetic veneers can last several years with adequate maintenance and care. Most patients that have the procedure done in our office see a lifespan of five to ten years and sometimes longer. It is far and very few between to have a veneer crack or break unless the patient is consuming foods that are harsh on the veneers. 

Veneers are made with materials that can be toxic Cosmetic veneers can be made of a few different materials that pose absolutely no health concerns. Composites made of plastic or porcelain and body safe materials. Our team is easily accessible and more than happy to answer any questions that you may have about cosmetic veneers. Allow our team to help you achieve the perfect smile of your dreams today 🙂 

Posted in Uncategorized by Gary Lovelace

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