What Can Porcelain Veneers Fix?
Porcelain veneers have been around for quite some time now. Many patients have used them and several dentists strongly recommend them; but, what are they?
Porcelain veneers are very thin sheets used to create an artificial covering for the teeth or tooth. They are either used to provide strength or to provide shape to a tooth or several teeth in one go. Most dentists recommend using the porcelain veneers over dental crowns because of the seamless procedure that exists for installing a porcelain veneer. Besides this, porcelain veneers do not damage the underlying tooth.
Here are a few conditions treated with porcelain veneers:
One of the key issues where porcelain veneers are of great help – are teeth which have gotten discoloured. Discoloured teeth can be a result of one of several issues, but they present the same pain point – they put a black spot on your white smile. Hence, porcelain veneers can give you back that perfect smile.
Chipped or Broken Teeth
Many a time, we go through a rather small accident but end up with a chipped tooth! Now, there are a dozen ways to fix a chipped tooth, but the best way is using a veneer.
Porcelain veneer will give you the perfect shaped tooth and bring back the confidence in your smile.
Eroded or Misshapen Teeth
Sometimes the issue with the teeth is not artificial, but purely natural. Several times, we start seeing gaps in teeth which seem tough to be fixed. Now, the issue can be fixed by using a set of braces or a dental cosmetic surgery; but a veneer can provide the perfect custom solution required by your teeth.
One of the biggest issues faced by people is the issue of misaligned teeth. Here, one or two teeth get out of the usual arc of the teeth. This way, they come out of the arc and make your smile seem a bit uncomfortable. You can use a veneer in place and get your teeth in the right shape, such that it fits in your smile and makes it all the more beautiful.
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