How Dental Veneers Can Transform Your Smile


Dental veneers

Dental veneers are thin layers of porcelain or composite material that fit over the surface of a tooth. For teeth that are chipped, out of line or discoloured, dental veneers are a good solution. They can help fix those inconsistencies and help to provide you with a natural, attractive look.

Veneers are especially perfect, and less invasive, if you have multiple teeth that are out of line. It’s a simple, pain-free solution that helps give your smile a natural, attractive look. They’re usually a cheaper alternative to some of the more extensive treatments such as orthodontic braces or having individual crowns put in.

Preparing a veneer usually takes two visits. On the first visit, a very small amount of the outer enamel surface of a tooth is removed. Your dentist will then take an impression in order to make the veneers. They’ll try to match the colour of your surrounding teeth to ensure the veneers look as natural as possible.

Your dentist will show the veneers on your second visit. If you’re happy with them you can proceed to have then fitted permanently. The veneers are bonded in place using a strong adhesive, so you should take time to get used to them. Once they’re in, your dentist can only make small adjustments to them!

Dental veneers can last many years, but they can chip and break like natural teeth. If they chip, it is possible to repair them. You should ask your dentist how long each veneer will last and how you can look after them correctly. The cost of veneers can vary so it’s best to consult your dentist about options and prices before starting treatment.

Feeling confident when you smile and interact with others is extremely important. Therefore the appearance of your teeth makes a huge difference in how you conduct yourself and feel about yourself. Dental veneers can help you feel good about your smile again!

Unsure about your dental health? Find your nearest Synergy Dental Clinic to book an appointment.

A version of this blog post first appeared in the Bury Times in April 2017.

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  1. Andy Hitchcock says:

    Its a wonderful post and very helpful, thanks for all this information. You are including better information regarding this topic in an effective way.Thank you so much

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