5 Valuable Benefits of Veneers

5 Valuable Benefits of Veneers

If you have teeth that are causing you embarrassment — maybe they’re cracked, chipped, or crooked — you don’t have to live like that. Among the many cosmetic dental options available, porcelain veneers are one of the best choices you can make.

At Airport Dental Care in Austin, Texas, Dr. Brian LaBombard specializes in improving patients’ smiles with veneers. They’re a quick, easy, and permanent fix for the problem you’re facing.

Here are five valuable benefits of veneers for you to consider:

Solve multiple problems

Veneers are the Swiss Army knife of cosmetic dentistry — they can be used to solve all sorts of problems. If your teeth are a little crooked or crowded, veneers can straighten things out.

If your teeth are stained, cracked, or chipped, or if they look too short, veneers provide bright uniformity. If you have gaps between your teeth or your smile shows too much gum, veneers might just be the answer.

Look natural

We know you’re concerned about your smile looking natural, so we ensure our veneers are customized specifically to you. 

We take impressions of your teeth so that when the lab manufactures your veneers, they match the color of your tooth enamel exactly and they flow with the natural contours of your mouth as well as your facial symmetry. 

We also ensure that your veneers reflect light naturally, just like your normal teeth.

Give you quick results

Some orthodontic procedures may take months or even years to produce your desired results, but veneers can often get you to the same place in just a couple of office visits. 

This works for issues such as gaps between your teeth. But remember that veneers are providing cover instead of fixing the underlying issue. Some problems may still require other methods.

Last a long time

Despite being wafer thin, porcelain veneers are strong and durable — the hard enamel of your teeth reinforces the thin shell. They can last for 10-20 years with proper care, and they actually resist staining and decay better than your own teeth. 

Are easy to maintain

Veneers are incredibly easy to maintain. You don’t have to do anything special; you just follow the regular oral health recommendations of your dentist. Brush at least twice a day, floss at least once a day, and see your dentist twice a year.

If these benefits sound like the answer to your dental problems, call our office to schedule an appointment or book your visit online. Let us help you start transforming your smile today! 

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