Do you have a special event coming up, soon? Whether you’re going to be a bridesmaid in your friend’s wedding or graduating from college, don’t go into such a momentous occasion feeling insecure about your smile. Instead, talk to your cosmetic dentist about how porcelain veneers could help address your smile’s imperfections, and leave you feeling confident showing it off. Not only can porcelain veneers help to address a wide variety of flaws, though. They can do so with great and long-lasting results!
Don’t Keep Settling for a Stained Smile
If you are embarrassed by severe staining or discoloration that you know to be intrinsic or permanent in nature, then professional whitening might not be an effective solution. In some cases, porcelain veneers are a better way to address issues related to the shade of the teeth. Veneers can be carefully made to help teeth look naturally bright.
Address a Number of Imperfections with Veneers
Perhaps best of all, veneers can address a wide variety of imperfections beyond just staining with beautiful and just as importantly natural-looking results. For instance, veneers can help to hide gapping between teeth, inconsistencies in the teeth’s shape and size, and also jagged or worn edges. Veneers can even do so with long-lasting results, thanks to the stain resistance and durability of dental-grade porcelain.
With proper care, including use of a gentle toothpaste and regular dental cleanings, you can help to prolong the life of your veneers, too. In fact, they can last beautifully for more than ten years, with your proper care.
In some cases, no-prep veneers can even be used, which require limited alteration of the teeth.
Interested In Cosmetic Dentistry?
Cosmetic dental care can help you address many imperfections, with beautiful results. You can schedule a cosmetic appointment 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.