Are you ready to stop feeling dissatisfied with your smile? You do not need to hide behind flawed teeth. You can revamp your smile and restore your confidence with porcelain veneers in Franklin. You will achieve drastic, natural-looking results in as little as 2 appointments using a preferred cosmetic treatment.
Porcelain veneers are thin shells bonded to the front surfaces of your teeth. They instantly cover cosmetic imperfections while enhancing the size, shape, and color of your teeth. When compared to veneers made from other materials, porcelain has become the preferred choice.
Porcelain allows them to be made thinner, so less of your tooth is removed during the bonding process. Not only does this keep more of its structure intact, but it also makes the procedure less invasive.
Porcelain also closely mimics your enamel to create natural-looking results. It is also stain-resistant, so your new smile will stay bright with the right aftercare
Veneers are quite versatile, so they can correct several issues causing you to feel insecure about your smile, like dark tooth discoloration. They are the perfect option to achieve a brighter smile when traditional teeth whitening treatments fail to give you the results you want.
You can instantly cover chipped or cracked teeth while also improving the look of those that have an abnormal shape. In some cases, they can even be used as an alternative to braces. Instead of spending months wearing brackets and wires to close gaps, veneers can make your teeth appear straighter after just a couple of appointments.
Veneers are recommended for those who have good oral health. Your teeth must be healthy to support the veneers. In addition, you must have proper oral hygiene habits and maintain your regular dental appointments. Since it involves permanently altering your teeth, you must be committed to caring for the veneers throughout your life.
On average, veneers last for about 10 years before needing to be replaced; however, it is not uncommon for them to last longer with the right aftercare.
Although veneers are not subject to tooth decay, your underlying teeth can still develop cavities. To protect your teeth and your veneers, it is best to brush your teeth twice a day. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and a nonabrasive toothpaste to avoid causing scratches on their surfaces. Do not forget to floss between each tooth before going to bed.
Veneers are durable, but they can still break. To protect them from damage, it is best to avoid eating overly hard foods. Do not use your teeth as tools or chew on inedible objects to prevent chips and cracks. If one breaks or falls off, your dentist can replace it.
You can love the smile you see in the mirror with porcelain veneers. Contact our office today to start your journey to improved confidence.