Dentist Lexington What Veneers Can Do for You

40502 Dentist Explains Advantages of Porcelain Veneers

 

Having a smile that you’re comfortable and happy with is something that we here at Cooper Family Dental want to help each and every one of our patients achieve. There are several cosmetic procedures that are available that can restore and improve your smile. One of the offered procedures is porcelain veneers, an option to change your smile for the better. Below, your 40502 dentist will explain what veneers can do for your smile and why to choose this procedure in the first place!

 

Thin custom-made porcelain shells, veneers cover the front surface of your teeth in order to improve their appearance. The reason for this may vary. Working with your dentist, these veneers are made to fit your smile, which includes the size, shape and color of your teeth. Considering all of these factors, your dentist creates these shells to make your smile look and feel natural to you.

 

Here are several reasons why a patient may consider getting porcelain veneers:

· Gapped teeth: If you’re uncomfortable with your gap, veneers have the ability to cover these spaces and still make your smile look natural. If you’re not interested in fixing these unsightly gaps with braces because of the extensive time and price, veneers have the ability to immediately fix this problem and have the proper smile.

· Discolored teeth: Sometimes, take-home teeth whitening kits don’t always work the way they claim. These store-bought products don’t always have the same outcome for every individual, so their smile might not be as bright as they want. Since your dentist works to make these veneers fit you, the shade of the veneers isn’t going to be too bright or too dim.

· Chipped or broken teeth: With these chips and cracks, patients can feel embarrassed to fully show their smile. Covering these imperfections can allow you to become more confident and improve your self-esteem.

 

To learn more about porcelain veneers, contact your 40502 dentist by calling our office at (859) 309-6052 or by clicking here to request an appointment today.