3 Ways Veneers Could Be What Your Smile Needs

Porcelain veneers have become increasingly more popular over the years as a solution for addressing multiple types of cosmetic smile concerns. This is for several different reasons, such as their ability to correct these concerns at the same time, helping many patients minimize their smile improvement plans. However, the benefits that come with improving your smile with one or more veneers can include more than what you can see. With their more conservative nature, veneers may also be exactly what your smile needs to improve its future health and integrity.

They let you keep more of your tooth structure

The nature of porcelain veneers is to achieve maximum results for your smile improvement while making the treatment process itself more comfortable and less invasive. This not only makes your treatment more convenient, but also helps you preserve more of your natural tooth structure, which can have significant benefits for your long-term oral health. This is possible thanks to the thin nature of porcelain veneers, which allows them to be placed with minimal changes to the tooth enamel on your tooth’s front surface.

They fix multiple issues with equal efficiency

Placing a porcelain veneer on the front surface of a tooth can instantly transform its appearance, correcting a multitude of issues with highly lifelike results. Because a veneer is designed to cover a tooth’s entire front surface, it can be utilized to address most types of issues that don’t significantly threaten the tooth’s health and integrity. For patients who have several different issues to improve with their smile’s appearance and/or the integrity of their teeth, veneers may offer a simpler, complete solution to making over their smiles.

They can improve the strength of your teeth

The porcelain that dental veneers are made from is the same type of dental porcelain that is often used to create larger restorations, such as dental crowns, bridges, and dentures. In addition to closely mimicking the color, shade, and appearance of healthy tooth structure, dental porcelain is also highly durable and able to withstand the entirety of your bite’s pressure. Because of their strength, veneers can often benefit your oral health by improving the strength and integrity of teeth that are chipped, cracked, or have been compromised by other means.

Learn if your smile can benefit from veneers

When your smile needs improvement, porcelain veneers might be able to provide the lifelike, conservative treatment that you deserve. To learn more, call our Cleveland Family Dentistry office in Cleveland, TX, today at (281) 592-1234. We also serve the residents of Kingwood, Conroe, Livingston, and all surrounding communities.