Not happy with your smile? Transform Your Smile Naturally with Dental Veneers
A bright, cheerful smile will be well remembered by all you meet. Unfortunately, many people hide their smiles due to having chipped, worn, or stained teeth. Rather than hide your smile, our dentists recommend dental veneer treatment. Cosmetic veneers will give your smile an attractive, polished appearance. At Cooper Dental Group, we offer porcelain and composite veneers to our patients in Ormond Beach, Florida, and nearby communities.
What to Expect from Dental Veneers
Veneers are wafer-thin, tooth-colored shells made from porcelain or composite resin material that can be bonded to the surface of your teeth to alter their appearance. Impressions will be taken of your teeth to have veneers custom-designed for your smile. If your teeth are stained or discolored, veneers can whiten their appearance. If your teeth are slightly crooked, veneers will make them appear straight and even. Veneers can correct multiple problems simultaneously, such as:
- Stains and discolorations that can’t be bleached
- Chips or cracks in your teeth
- Gaps between your teeth
- Misshapen or irregularly sized teeth
- Slightly misaligned teeth
Veneers are thin handcrafted porcelain shields worn on the front of the tooth which improve the appearance of teeth that are chipped, cracked, stained or worn. Veneers are thin as contact lenses, and are an aesthetically pleasing option of closing gaps, lengthening teeth, and providing symmetry to make your smile more natural. Veneers are intended to last for many years without changing color. They are one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in dentistry. Ask your dentist if veneers may be right for you.
Types of Veneers
Porcelain and composite resin are two of the most common types of veneers.
Porcelain veneers are composed of durable, stain-resistant ceramic material that closely resembles the color and sheen of natural teeth.
Composite veneers are composed of composite resin material, similar to that used for dental fillings and dental bonding. These veneers aren’t as strong or stain resistant as porcelain veneers. However, they offer the advantage of being repairable if the veneer chips, whereas a damaged porcelain veneer would have to be totally replaced. Composite veneers are also less costly than porcelain veneers, but their lifespan is shorter.
Depending on the problems that need to be fixed, our dentists can help you determine the veneer treatment best suited to your smile needs.
Dental Veneers Near Me in and around Ormond Beach, Florida
Not happy with your smile? Boost your smile’s appearance naturally with veneers! To learn more about our veneer treatments, contact Cooper Dental Group in Ormond Beach, FL, at 386-244-9838.