By: Smileway Dental

Dental veneers are thin layers of material that fit over your teeth to improve their appearance. They can correct a wide variety of dental issues, and they’re one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments. Here are five signs that dental veneers are the right option for you:

  1. Your teeth are stained or discolored

Over-the-counter tooth whitening products may help with slight stains or discoloration, but they won’t be effective if your teeth are severely stained. In some cases, in-office whitening won’t even be enough. Dental veneers cover up stains and brighten your teeth, even if other treatments don’t work.

  1. You have chipped, broken, or worn down teeth

Major chips or cracks will require treatment beyond veneers, but veneers can correct slight tooth damage. Your dentist can place veneers on one or more teeth to protect a crack or fill in a chip. Veneers are also an effective way to restore teeth that are worn down from teeth grinding. The veneers can be customized to match the shape and color of the rest of your teeth, so they look completely natural.

  1. There are gaps between your teeth

Many people have gaps between their visible teeth that they feel self-conscious about. Braces are a popular option to close gaps and properly align your teeth, but they’re a long-term treatment that can be inconvenient. Veneers can cover up most gaps and fix minor misalignment, so you can restore your smile without needing to wear braces for years.

  1. Your teeth are uneven in size

Some people have teeth that are uneven in size and this affects their smile. With veneers, you can have even sized teeth carefully customized according to your needs.

  1. You’re unhappy with your smile                                  

Even if your teeth are healthy and function properly, if you’re unhappy with your smile, veneers might be the best option. You shouldn’t be afraid to smile or laugh because you’re self-conscious about your teeth. Veneers can fix the issues you’re unhappy with and restore your confidence in your smile.

  1. You want an easy, long-lasting solution

The dental veneer procedure is much less invasive than other dental treatments like crowns. It doesn’t require anesthesia, so recovery from the procedure is very easy. Your veneers will function like natural teeth, so all you have to do to take care of them is brush and floss regularly. If you take care of them and have regular checkups with your dentist, they can last for over 10 years.

These are some of the steps you can take to have a stronger and healthier tooth. After all, we all want to make sure we are problem free and we can enjoy our life and food for many years. In Smileway Dental Clinic USJ and Smileway Dental Clinic Setapak we take care of your smile because we believe in “Creating Smiles That Matters” in your life. Take care everyone.




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