Are Porcelain Veneers Worth It?

Plymouth, MI Porcelain Veneers Dentist

Do you ever feel like you are hiding your smile? Do you ever feel self-conscious about the appearance of your front teeth? If so, it’s time to schedule an appointment with our Plymouth, MI veneers dentist.

Veneers are wafer-thin porcelain shells we’re able to bond to the fronts of your teeth. Porcelain veneers match the color and shape of your natural teeth so you can smile with confidence.

Continue reading to learn why our dental veneers dentist at Plymouth Dentistry may recommend porcelain veneers or other cosmetic dental services to restore your smile.

Cover Chips, Cracks, and Discoloration

Dental veneers are able to fix small cosmetic issues that are visible when you smile or talk. During your consultation, our dentist will be able to determine if you’re a likely candidate for veneers.

For example, we may recommend dental veneers to close slight gaps between front teeth. If the tooth is fragile, we may instead recommend a crown to restore the tooth to its natural strength and appearance. Either way, our dentist in Plymouth MI will be able to find the right solution for your smile.

Keep More Natural Tooth Structure

Once you remove enamel, it’s gone for good. Fortunately, we only need to remove a small amount of enamel from the fronts of your teeth to make room for the veneers. Since the veneers procedure is noninvasive, you may not even need anesthesia while our dentist removes enamel.

While porcelain veneers are only bonded to the fronts of your teeth, a dental crown has to fit over the entire tooth. This means that we would have to remove more tooth structure for a crown than for a veneer.

Smile with Confidence

The veneers procedure takes two trips to our office, unless we use CEREC. During your first visit, we’ll remove enough enamel from the fronts of your teeth so there’s space for the porcelain veneers.

Otherwise, the porcelain dental veneers will make your teeth seem large and bulky. Next, we’ll take impressions of your teeth to send to the lab. To protect your teeth in the meantime, we’ll place temporary veneers.

When you return to our office, your veneers will be ready. Our dentist will make sure the tooth restoration matches the color of your natural enamel. That way, you can smile with confidence after leaving our office.

We may also need to slightly adjust the fit of the dental veneer so they look and feel natural. Cosmetic dentistry is as much an art as it is a science.

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Prevent Tooth Discoloration

Practicing good oral hygiene and being conscious of the foods you eat can help your veneers last for years to come. For example, a porcelain veneer can chip if you bite down on ice and stain if you drink too much coffee. If you take good care of your veneer teeth, you can expect them to last for years.

Enjoy Simple Maintenance

While veneers are stain resistant, you’ll still need to brush your teeth twice a day and floss once daily to maintain good oral health. Also, make sure you schedule regular dental checkups with our cosmetic dentist.

This easy maintenance will help you keep veneers pearly white so you can enjoy a beautiful healthy smile. Since dental veneers are non-porous, they are able to resist permanent stains and cavities better than natural tooth enamel. In other words, minimal effort is needed to maintain veneers.

Want to Learn More?

Dr. Gary Feucht at Plymouth Dentistry offers porcelain veneer services and other options so you can achieve your best smile. To request an appointment with our veneers dentist in Plymouth, MI, call (734) 459-7110.

[This blog post has been updated.]

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