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Masks Dental Blemishes In Your Smile With Veneers

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Is a big event looming around the corner, but you are not happy about the appearance of your smile?
Has your smile faded over time and you simply want the sparkle back? A dazzling smile can be within reach with dental veneers, which are tooth-colored shells designed to cover your natural teeth to produce a bright, aesthetically pleasing smile. Recently, dental veneers have grown increasingly popular because of their instant, sparkling visual appeal. Cosmetic dentists frequently perform this process as more patients are finding that a vibrant, stunning smile is easily within reach.

What are Veneers and What is the Process?

Veneers are made of ultra-thin shells of ceramic or composite resin materials, and are bonded to the front of your teeth. The procedure for placement of your veneers requires little to no anesthesia, which makes it an ideal choice for improving the appearance of your front teeth.

With dental veneers, you can experience the following advantages
*Natural tooth appearance
*Gum tissue tolerates porcelain well
*The color of a porcelain veneer can be selected in order to make dark teeth appear whiter
*Offer a conservative approach to change a tooth's color and shape

Always make sure that you take an active role in the design of your reconstructive smile. Working closely with your dentist, your teeth are prepared for the veneers by being lightly buffed to allow for the small additional thickness created by the veneer. Generally, about a millimeter of your tooth is removed. The removal may require a local anesthetic to avoid any pain.

Composite resin veneers tend to be completed in one appointment and after the tooth is prepared, your dentist will carefully bond and sculpt the composite material onto your teeth. In regards to ceramic veneers, a mold is first taken of your teeth and then sent out to a dental laboratory for fabrication. This process may take a few days, and your dentist may apply a temporary veneer to your teeth in the meantime.

When your veneers are ready, your dentist will place each veneer on your teeth to make sure they properly fit. In addition, your dentist will match the shade and color of your teeth to your veneer for optimal enhancement. To apply your veneer, your dentist will clean your tooth and apply special cement between the veneer and tooth to bond the two together.

After Your Procedure

Veneers have proven to be durable and long-lasting. In addition, they offer the following advantages
*Natural tooth appearance.
*Gum tissue tolerates porcelain well.
*Porcelain veneers are stain resistant.
*The color of a porcelain veneer can be selected so that it makes darker teeth appear whiter.
*Offer a conservative approach to changing a tooth's color and shape.

Visiting your dentist in Park City for regular examinations and cleanings is important for maintaining the health of your mouth and longevity of your veneers. Even though porcelain veneers are highly resistant to stains, your dentist may recommend that you avoid stain-causing foods and beverages.

Veneers are not for everyone, requiring proper consultation with your dentist. Upon review and diagnosis, your Park City dentist will assess and develop a proper treatment plan for enhancing the appearance of your smile.

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