Isn’t it time you felt more confident in your smile?
Did you know that people who smile more often are also more likely to get promoted at work? That’s right; your smile could just land you the promotion you’ve been looking for. Of course, if you aren’t feeling fully confident with your smile due to certain imperfections then it might be time to talk to our Danvers, MA, family dentist and prosthodontist Dr. Mahshid Mirghassemi about getting dental veneers.
What are dental veneers?
Veneers are ultra thin layers of medical-grade porcelain that are bonded to the front of your teeth to cover a variety of imperfections ranging from stains and chips to gaps between teeth and misshapen teeth. Each veneer is specially crafted to cover a single tooth. Depending on your goals for treatment, you may choose to only get a single dental veneer or a full set of veneers to completely revamp your smile.
What is involved in getting dental veneers in Danvers, MA?
Before you can get veneers several steps must occur including:
- An evaluation: We will need to make sure that your teeth are healthy enough for treatment and that veneers can offer you the results you are looking for.
- Tooth preparation: To make room for the veneers we will first need to remove about 0.5mm of enamel from the front of your teeth.
- Impressions: Since each veneer is custom-made, we will need to send specific measurements of your teeth to a dental lab so they can create your veneers.
- Fitting: Once your veneers are made you will come back to our office so we can permanently bond them to the front of your teeth.
Who is a good candidate for dental veneers?
Healthy adults who want to improve the overall shape, size, color or alignment of their smile may be ideal candidates for dental veneers. Of course, our cosmetic dentist will need to examine your smile to make sure that your teeth are healthy enough and that there is enough healthy tooth enamel to support veneers.
How long do dental veneers last?
Since veneers are made from porcelain they are designed to last for years. Of course, how well you care for your smile will affect the longevity of your new teeth. For example, avoid biting your fingernails, using your teeth as tools and eating very hard foods, which could damage your veneers.
If you want to enjoy all the professional and personal benefits of a beautiful smile then it’s time to call our Danvers, MA, dental office today to find out if dental veneers are right for you. Schedule your consultation today with Liberty Tree Prosthodontics.
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