Are you worried about the quality of your smile? A healthy smile can be important to a person’s confidence, but if you are impacted by dental flaws, it can hurt your overall self-esteem. You may be aware that your dentist provides cosmetic dental procedures, but if you are unfamiliar with these treatments, you can be unclear on how this can affect you. One thing you should know is that if you have several flaws currently affecting your teeth, you may still be able to fit your corrections into a single procedure. By receiving porcelain veneers, you can make dramatic, lasting corrections.

Having Porcelain Veneers Placed

You will need to come in for two separate appointments to receive your veneers. At your first visit, your dentist will need to take impressions of your teeth. Impressions provide the information needed for a ceramist to produce your custom veneers. Once they have been completed, you will return to your dentist’s office, so that you can have your veneers permanently affixed. Veneers will hide flaws with a tooth’s shape and size, and can potentially cover up issues with poor spacing or alignment. You can even see improvement in the color of your smile!

Keeping Your Improved Smile In Great Condition After Receiving Veneers

Your veneers are durable, and non-staining. That being said, proper care will help you ensure that your smile improvements last. Keeping up with proper preventive care will help you sustain a healthy. Your gum health is also important – if a periodontal infection leads to a recession of your gum line, it can expose portions of teeth that your veneers do not cover.

Talk To Brighton Family Dental Group About Porcelain Veneers

At Brighton Family Dental Group, you can set an appointment to discuss how cosmetic treatment can improve your smile. With porcelain veneers, you can make corrections to a number of different problems, and enjoy a terrific smile makeover! If you wish to learn more, you can schedule an appointment or consultation with Dr. Thomas Villani or Dr. Richard Kondrat by calling (617) 562-5210. We are proud to welcome patients from Brighton, Watertown, Cambridge, Brookline, Newton, and all surrounding communities.