Who doesn’t want a stunning smile? After all, your smile is the first thing a stranger notices about you, and that initial impression is key, whether the stranger is a potential boss or a potential mate.
Unfortunately, not all of us are blessed with naturally perfect smiles. In fact, most of us have some imperfections in our smiles. Patients who want to improve on the aesthetics of their smiles can turn to porcelain veneers for some help.
Porcelain veneers are thin, tooth-shaped shells that sit atop a patient’s natural teeth. They can restore teeth that have been damaged by chips, cracks or stains. They can also enhance biological teeth that are unusually small or misshapen, allowing those teeth to blend in with the rest of the smile.
If you want veneers, you can work with a cosmetic dentist who can use dental impressions, x-rays and even photographs, to plan for custom-designed appliances that are tailored to your unique case. Your veneers will be carefully crafted to match the shade and shape of your natural teeth. This helps to maintain a lifelike appearance of your smile even after the appliances have been placed.
The labs that are responsible for producing your veneers have vast experience in blending science with art. Working with the guidelines provided by your cosmetic dentist, these expert technicians create individualized veneers that are remarkably natural in their appearance.
Before your veneers are permanently placed, your dentist can make adjustments to the devices as needed. Both the shape and shade can be further refined according to the patient’s wishes.
Keep in mind that the appearance of the veneers cannot be changed after they have been bonded to your tooth. Additionally, any desired whitening treatments for your biological teeth must be completed prior to the veneers being placed.
Contact Ora Dental Studio and consider porcelain veneers if you are displeased with the way your smile looks. They will be designed to your unique specifications, and they can help you achieve your aesthetic goals for your smile.