Dental veneers could be an option to help you attain the look you want. They are a common alternative for people who have damaged teeth, a gap between their teeth, or teeth that are misshapen.
Dental veneers are thin covers that are applied to teeth to give them a more traditionally formed appearance. Dental veneers are available at Park Creek Dental Care offices in several styles.
Types of VeneersPorcelain Veneers
These are frequently the veneers of choice for patients who want to make minor changes to their teeth or change the form, size, and color of their teeth. Some of the advantages of porcelain veneers are as follows:
- They are thinner than other veneers.
- You can have a very natural-looking smile.
- Porcelain veneers can last up to 15 years if properly cared for.
- In most circumstances, no natural tooth must be cut down.
Ceramic veneers are one of the most often utilized types of veneers and are widely regarded as a great choice for many patients due to their:
- Natural appearance
- The ability to replicate your real teeth
Some patients prefer composite veneers because they are less expensive. They can also usually be used in a single treatment, minimizing the number of dental visits required. Some of the other benefits of this sort of veneer are as follows:
- The price is usually half that of porcelain veneers.
- Composite veneers of high quality can appear natural.
How Are Veneers Applied to Teeth?
After your dentist prepares your mold, it usually takes 1 to 2 weeks for your veneers to be returned from the lab. Once your veneers have arrived, you can make an appointment to have them installed. At this session, your dentist will assess the fit, shape, and color of the veneers to ensure they are a good fit for you.
Following that, your dentist will thoroughly clean your teeth. This is critical because it prevents microorganisms from becoming trapped beneath the veneer and causing deterioration.
After that, they utilize the grinding tool to create a rougher texture on each tooth that will get a veneer. This facilitates the bonding of the veneer to the tooth. Our dentist will then use dental cement to adhere the veneer to the tooth. They'll employ UV light to quickly harden this cement.
To learn more about our dental services or schedule a consultation, call Dentist in Woodstock, GA at (470) 601-7888 or visit Park Creek Dental Care, 8080 Hickory Flat Hwy, Woodstock, GA 30188