When patients decide that they want to transform their smiles, they often feel overwhelmed initially by the range of treatment options available. It’s our job in our O’Fallon cosmetic dental office to walk patients through their cosmetic options and help them choose a solution that works for them. In this article I’m going to discuss a popular cosmetic dental treatment—dental veneers—so that you can understand what’s possible!
Dental veneers are incredibly versatile, and thus increasingly popular among cosmetic dentistry patients. Veneers can take your smile from dull to dazzling in just two or three dental appointments, which is much faster than other dental treatments that deliver comparable results.
Say, for example, that you want to straighten the appearance of a misaligned smile. With orthodontic treatment, you’ll have to wait for months or years to see results. Dental veneers, on the other hand, can straighten the appearance of your smile in only two or three appointments. Veneers are also able to close the gaps between teeth with necessitating braces. This treatment gets you the treatment you need, and the smile you want, while allowing you to get on with your life.
Veneers can also give your smile a whiter, brighter appearance—taking years off of the appearance of your smile. If you have disproportionate looking teeth (that either look too large or too small), veneers can be sized to bring your teeth in balance.
Dental veneers are an effective, efficient way to get the smile you’ve been dreaming of. Because they are capable of correcting a number of cosmetic problems at once, you really can achieve a total smile transformation in a very short amount of time.
Our O’Fallon cosmetic dentists will help you understand what veneers can do for you, specifically, at your first consultation with us. Give us a call to learn more or schedule your appointment!
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