For a great smile with minimal invasion then porcelain veneers are for you
Genetics and good personal hygiene play a large role in having nearly perfect teeth and a bright smile. But for people who were not lucky enough to win the genetic lottery or those who were remiss in taking care of their teeth, there is still hope! Introducing porcelain veneers, a dental innovation that has the power to brighten smiles and transform lives.
What Are Porcelain Veneers?
Dental veneers are porcelain shells that are designed to mimic the look and feel of the teeth to improve their overall appearance. These custom-designed porcelain shells are used as an overlay on and are fused to the teeth's outward surface to conceal any imperfections. Veneers are extremely durable despite their thinness. Not only do veneers improve the teeth's appearance, they also improve the teeth's size and shape. With proper care and hygiene, porcelain veneers can last up to twenty years.
Do I Need Porcelain Veneers?
If you have following dental issues, then you should consider getting porcelain veneers:
- Pronounced gaps between the teeth
- Teeth with a yellowish or greyish tinge
- Cracked or chipped teeth
- Crooked, improperly aligned, or deformed teeth
You will need to visit the Dentist Joondalup office twice for veneer placement. The first visit will involve a complete examination of your teeth, as well as an assessment of your overall oral health. Your dentist will consider the shape of your mouth, lips, and teeth before designing your porcelain veneer. After the assessment, the dentist will create a mould impression from your teeth which will be sent to the dental laboratory where the veneers are fabricated. The resulting porcelain veneers will be bonded to your teeth on your second visit.
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