Do you feel that damage to your teeth is affecting your confidence with others or that your bite is not quite right? If you have spots on your teeth, or if you have chipped or broken teeth, dental veneers may be one method of concealing the damage, enabling more effective repair of broken teeth.
Dental veneers are slivers of porcelain that fit securely and neatly over unsightly teeth and help to restore teeth to their normal shape and colour.
Dental veneers mimic natural teeth. Due to their slim characteristics and their superior bonding potential only a small amount of preparation is normally required.
Dental veneers can make chipped or cracked tooth look whole again. The porcelain completely covers the tooth’s front surface and a thicker section replaces the broken part. Often, veneers are used to reduce small gaps between teeth. If a single tooth is not quite in the correct position it may be possible to fit a veneer so that the tooth aligns well with surrounding teeth.
Here at our Airdrie dental clinic, we can offer a dental veneer installation after assessing your teeth and discussing the various options and their cost with you carefully.
We can offer veneers that can improve the shape, colour, and position of your teeth without the need for extractions. A shade of porcelain can be selected which gives exactly the right colour to improve even just one discoloured tooth undetectably, or even just to lighten the obvious teeth at the front.
Here at You First Dental in Airdrie we will make an ‘impression’ of the affected teeth and then pass these on to the dental technician, who will make the veneer. Before the veneer is made, the colour of the teeth surrounding the affected tooth is matched using a comprehensive shade guide so that the veneer looks completely natural.
The preparation of a dental veneer is not a surgical procedure and only takes two visits. During the first visit to You First Dental, we will prepare the tooth, make an impression and match it to our shade guide. At the second visit we will fit it permanently using strong adhesives.
Have you been feeling uncomfortable because of the appearance of your damaged teeth, or have you been bothered that your bite just doesn’t feel right? It may be time to explore the options available, and investigate the possibility of using dental veneers to help repair your teeth.
You can schedule an appointment to discuss your options with us. We also offer free consultations.
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