Porcelain veneers can give you the smile that you have always dreamed about and are much stronger than dental bonding. Although dental bonding can repair chips and cracks, and even replace your old front fillings, dental veneers are the way to go if you are looking for a permanent solution to your badly stained and worn out teeth.
The licensed cosmetic and restorative dental team from Rodeo Dental understand how hard it is to flash those pearly whites if they aren’t so white anymore and if you are one of those people, call or click and schedule a no obligation dental veneers consultation with the team of dentists in Texas from Rodeo Dental.
Porcelain veneers are permanently bonded to your own teeth and can give you a smile makeover that will make heads turn. This popular dental treatment is perfect for one or more teeth and is designed to correct the following:
- Slightly crooked teeth
- Chips and fractures
- Small gaps
- Permanent discoloration and staining
- Teeth that are too short
- Teeth that are misshapen
According to Rodeo Dental, porcelain veneers work best on patients with minor flaws. Porcelain veneers are not recommended for deep fractures or cavities, which may be better suited to a dental crown. Gum disease is another issue that should be taken care of before veneer placement, as gum recession will expose the gum line under the porcelain veneers.
Cosmetic veneers are minimally invasive, however, you may experience some discomfort while the enamel on your teeth is prepared. Your dentist may recommend anesthetic if you are sensitive. The teeth with veneers may also be sensitive to cold and hot temperatures after the first few days of treatment, fading over time.
Dental veneers can last for a decade or more as long as you practice good oral hygiene and take good care. If you should crack or lose a veneer, that will need to be replaced.
If you would like more information regarding porcelain veneers or any other cosmetic or restorative dental procedure, call or click and schedule an appointment with Rodeo Dental in Texas today.