Get Back Your Smile with Veneers Queen Creek AZ

 

Around 28% of adults suffer embarrassment because of the condition of their teeth. Veneers are a fantastic option to resolve this and get back that #smilewithconfidence. Veneers, or porcelain veneers as they also known are thin tailored shells that are bonded to the surface of a tooth.

If you are in this position, read on for further information on the process of having veneers fitted by a local Queen Creek AZ dentist.

 

What are Dental Veneers?

Veneers Queen Creek AZ come made of porcelain or resin composite. Your local family dentist will explain all the pros and cons to each. In summary, porcelain is more stain-resistant while resin veneers giver a more natural appearance.

Veneers are made to sit on top of existing teeth. In the majority of cases the underlying tooth must be shaved or ground down in size so the veneer takes on the size of the original tooth.

Results can transform a smile back to what it used to be, and will correct a host of dental imperfections.

 

What Problems Veneers Queen Creek AZ Fix?

Veneers fix problems with teeth which are stained or worn down, chipped or broken among other issues. Veneers can be applied to one or more teeth to achieve the desired results

Patients find they can have a near-perfect smile they have always wanted. Veneers however are not able to treat tooth decay or infections in the gums. People who grind their teeth (bruxism) are also not suitable candidates for veneers.

If you suffer from poor oral health, your local family dentist may look to treat your oral health issues before proceeding with veneers or advising on another form of dental treatment.

 

Start to Finish of Veneers in Queen Creek AZ

The process will require more than one visit to the dentist. You will #meetthedoctor for an initial consultation and preparation. There will then be the bonding and follow up to make sure all the veneers are correctly fitted.

Your dentist will educate you on how to care for your veneers. Veneers Queen Creek AZ act as normal teeth yet they are not unbreakable. It is still important to maintain a healthy oral hygiene program to protect the teeth underneath.

To get the process going, you can quickly contact the local dental surgery here, or you can fill out the simple form below and the staff will get back to you in the shortest possible time.

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