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Can Porcelain Veneers Improve Your Oral Health?

June 21, 2021
Posted By: Dr. Justin Harlow
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Porcelain veneers are mostly cosmetic, but they may cover tooth wear and enamel vulnerabilities that threaten the tooth structure or cause sensitivity to hot and cold.

Dental veneers in Uptown Charlotte can conceal a wide range of tooth flaws as a cosmetic dental option, giving you a celebrity-caliber smile.

What Are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are thin shells of porcelain that your dentist bonds to the fronts of teeth. Though these tooth shells are thin, they are still durable.

Dental veneers can hide worn teeth, giving you a symmetrical smile, and can also hide the following:

  • Gummy smiles
  • Tooth discoloration
  • Mildly crooked teeth
  • Midline issues
  • Short teeth
  • Gaps between teeth

Dental veneers are versatile and can enhance your smile dramatically. However, it may be that you only have one tooth to enhance or several. The good news is that you can choose a single tooth veneer or several.

Consultation for Dental Veneers from Your Dentist Near Me

We offer various cosmetic dentistry treatments in Uptown Charlotte, and consultation allows you to explore your options. It could be that you’re looking for a full smile makeover that can include veneers, implants, and even professional teeth whitening. No matter your smile goals, we have options that consider most budgets.

Your Charlotte dentist will evaluate your teeth and gums, possibly take x-rays, and talk to you about the best options for your smile, including dental veneers. If veneers bring you to your goals, we schedule your treatment.

Because your dentist removes a small portion of enamel, veneers are considered a permanent cosmetic solution.

Caring for Your New Smile

Today’s cosmetic dentistry is very user-friendly and often does not require extra steps for upkeep. You brush, floss, and visit your dentist regularly for comprehensive checkups and teeth cleanings with veneers. In other words, you care for your veneers just as you care for teeth that have not been cosmetically restored!

We encourage you to give us a call today to schedule your veneer consultation.

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