Look Years Younger with Porcelain Dental Veneers
It’s no secret that your smile plays an important role in defining how young (or old) you look. So, of course, a picture-perfect smile has a way of making you look years younger. For millions of men and women, porcelain dental veneers are the best way to make the magic happen.
Porcelain dental veneers, sometimes called laminate porcelain dental veneers, have become an increasingly popular and successful way for St. Augustine FL dentists to transform less-than-perfect smiles. These thin porcelain wafers are customized and bonded to your teeth to hide imperfections like gaps, chips, and stains.
General or cosmetic dentists can design and apply porcelain veneers to your teeth to create a natural appearance and lasting durability.
Compare Porcelain Veneers to Bonding and Crowns
Sometimes, improving your smile requires little more than a small change. If that’s all that you need, then minor dental bonding or a single dental crown could probably do the trick. However, if you are interested in a more dramatic change in your smile, you might want to consider porcelain dental veneers. Unlike dental bonding or dental crowns, porcelain veneers are perfect for completely redesigning your smile.
Explore the advantages of porcelain veneers:
• Veneers provide a more natural look than bonding or crowns
• Porcelain veneers are more stain resistant than resin bonding
• Veneers tend to last longer than dental bonding
• Veneers require less tooth structure removal than dental crowns
• Veneers are stronger and more natural-looking than dental bonding
Not all dental veneers are created equally. For example, some brands require less prep work and others are more stain resistant. Reality TV and makeover shows have been known to feature dental veneer products like da Vinci Veneers, “Low prep” porcelain veneers, LUMINEERS® by Cerinate®, MAC VENEERS, Empress® and DURAthin®. During your cosmetic dentistry consultation, your dentist will help you to select the product that is most suitable for your smile. Contact a dentist in the St. Augustine FL area to schedule your personal smile consultation today.