Learn More About The Uses Of Dental Veneers From Our O’Fallon Cosmetic Dentists
If you have ever considered pursuing dental veneer or LUMINEER treatment to improve your smile, then this short article is for you! We are going to be talking about the uses of veneers and LUMINEERS, and for the purpose of this discussion, we are going to be referring both of these treatments collectively with the term “veneer.” There are key differences between veneers and LUMINEERS, but we’re not delving into that today.
So why do cosmetic patients turn to veneers when they are ready to perfect their smiles?
1. Versatility of Treatment
One of the best things about using veneers is that these porcelain restorations can correct a number of different aesthetic issues with just one treatment. Veneers are used to:
· Straighten the appearance of crooked or crowded smiles
· Close gaps between teeth
· Cover discolored and stained enamel
· Make teeth appear longer or wider, to bring the smile into better balance
· Refine jagged dental edges
2. Fast Results
In most cases our dental team is able to place dental veneers in only two or three dental appointments. This is one of the fastest options available for people who want to completely transform their smiles quickly and completely.
3. Ease of Daily Life and Care
Once your veneers are in place, they will stay permanently on your natural teeth. You will still be able to eat your favorite foods and drink your favorite beverages. And veneers are also exceptionally simple and intuitive to care; you can brush your veneer and floss between your restorations as you do normally. Veneers are naturally stain resistant, so they will continue to look fresh and bright for years to come.
Our O’Fallon dentists can provide you with any additional information that you may need regarding veneers or other cosmetic dentistry options. No matter what your aesthetic issue, our dental team is here to help you discover your dream smile!
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