Are Veneers the Right Option for You?

Are Veneers the Right Option for You?

Do you hate the way your smile looks so much that you spend a great deal of time trying to hide it from colleagues or even your loved ones? Are you getting tired of shying away from photo ops with friends, and even being set up with potential love interests, all because of dental imperfections? If so, you might be pleasantly surprised to learn just how comprehensively porcelain veneers could help to improve the appearance of your smile. In fact, if you want to enjoy a renewed sense of confidence, the kind that comes from having a truly beautiful smile, it could be time to talk to your cosmetic dentist about whether veneers are the right solution for you!

What About Your Smile Do You Want to Improve?

Before you speak with a dentist about the kind of treatment that will be best for your smile, you will need to know exactly what it is that you’re hoping to improve. For instance, if you are only bothered by minor staining, a professional whitening treatment could be a great option, not to mention a fast and affordable solution.

For more comprehensive issues, however, such as gapping, or size and shape inconsistencies, your dentist might recommend porcelain veneers, instead.

What Kind of Results Are You Hoping to Achieve?

Veneers are a popular option because not only can they beautifully correct imperfections; they can last a long time with proper care. In fact, many patients enjoy their veneers for more than ten years with regular preventive care.

That means that if you are looking for a long-lasting solution, porcelain veneers could be a great investment.

Want to Improve Your Smile?

Cosmetic dentistry makes it possible to help hide many imperfections, and to leave the smile looking beautiful. You can schedule a cosmetic visit with Dr. Fondriest by calling Lake Forest Dental Arts at (847) 234-0517. We welcome patients from the North Shore area of Chicago, including Winnetka, Highland Park, North Brook, Glenview, and the surrounding communities.