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Dental Veneers Replace Multiple Cosmetic Procedures

Dental Veneers Replace Multiple Cosmetic Procedures

When you have a smile that’s stained from food and drink or a crooked tooth throwing off the overall appearance of your smile, dental veneers could be a perfect solution for you. This cosmetic procedure perfects smiles that may have a chipped tooth or noticeable gap. Having the smile that you’ve always dreamt about not only boosts your self-esteem, but can positively influence your social life too. Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Len Tau, knows the importance of first impressions and wants to help you show your best smile to the world.

For more information about dental veneers, call our Philadelphia, PA office today to schedule your consultation. Call 215-337-2853.

What are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are wafer-thing porcelain shells that fit over your smile teeth, and provide a new surface for the world to see. They can improve the color, shape, and size of your teeth, to create a beautifully balanced smile.

The application of dental veneers is fairly simple. These tooth-colored shells are bonded to the front portion of your tooth during this minimally invasive procedure. The shells are thin and durable, so you shouldn’t experience any discomfort when the dental procedure is complete. After your dental veneers are in place, you will be left with a natural looking smile that’s straighter and more even than it was before.

Another benefit of dental veneers is that your smile will appear whiter than it was before, because we can create a custom color for you that’s brighter than your natural enamel. You will notice immediate results in the overall appearance of your smile.

Caring for Your Dental Veneers

Maintaining your dental veneers is extremely easy, with twice-a-day brushing and daily flossing, your dental veneers will last you for many years to come. It’s always a good idea to come in regularly for professional cleanings and dental exams. Not only will six-month visits help prevent cavities, they will also ensure that your dental veneers last longer.

Dental Veneers Replace Alternative Cosmetic Procedures

Similar to dental veneers, teeth whitening and dental bonding are smart ways to enhance your smile, however they don’t come with as many benefits as dental veneers do.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening will only improve the color of your teeth, which will leave you happier with your smile, but won’t solve the gap in your smile or fix the chipped tooth that you acquired during that basketball game a few years ago.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a great solution for a whiter smile, as well as for fixing any chipped teeth you may have. Dental bonding includes the placement of a composite resin material onto the surface of your tooth, leaving you with a more perfect smile. Unlike, veneers, however, bonding is only good for repairing one or two teeth.

If you want to fix more than just the discoloration of your smile or a chipped tooth, dental veneers are your best option. Although this procedure is more expensive than the other cosmetic options, it is permanent, meaning you won’t have to worry about fixing these problems in the future. Dental veneers resist staining, unlike natural teeth, therefore you won’t be required to change your diet, however it is recommended that you limit the amount of staining food and drinks that you consume to ensure the maintenance of your beautiful smile.

When Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Tau places your dental veneers, you’ll rest assured knowing that your dental veneers will match your smile perfectly. The only thing people will be able to notice is your new and improved smile! This cosmetic procedure corrects multiple issues that may be holding you back from loving your smile.

To determine whether or not dental veneers are a good solution for you, call Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Tau today to schedule an appointment. Call 215-337-2853.