Life is better with a brilliant smile. Dental veneers are thin shells of porcelain or plastic that are bonded to the teeth. Instantly, an ultra-thin veneer can cover up all types of flaws and optimize the color and shape of the tooth.

The dental veneer only covers the front and top of the tooth. It can be used to:

  • Close gaps between the teeth
  • Lengthen small or misshapen teeth
  • Whiten stained or dull teeth
  • Restore the natural look of chipped or broken teeth
  • Adjust minor misalignments

It takes two to three appointments to enhance your smile with dental veneers. To learn more about revolutionizing your look with veneers, contact Traverse Mountain Family Dental today.

What are Veneers?

Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain or ceramic customized to complement your natural smile. They bond directly to the surfaces of teeth, and can provide strength and resilience comparable to natural tooth enamel.

Veneers are often the treatment of choice to make cosmetic alterations to the smile. If you want to get an idea of what your smile could look like with beautiful veneers, come into our office for a consultation. We will begin with a smile analysis to determine the best way to create your dream smile.

Benefits of Dental Veneers

  • Veneers are uniquely sculpted for each patient. We make sure that it is nearly impossible to tell the difference between a veneer and a real tooth.
  • They are highly resistant to staining. If you drink coffee or tea, your veneers will fare better than your natural teeth.
  • They’re a great fix for stubborn teeth. Teeth not responding to whitening? Veneers can make even severely stained teeth appear bright and beautiful.
  • Veneers can make orthodontic changes. Want to avoid wearing braces? Veneers are also called “instant orthodontics” because they can fix minor twists, overlaps, and small gaps.

Remember to take care of your porcelain veneers the same way you should your natural teeth. Brush and floss daily, using a non-abrasive fluoride toothpaste. See your general dentist regularly to maintain your oral health and maximize the life of your dental work.

Want to get started on your stunning new smile? Contact us today.