Dr. Peter Cameron

4 Ways Veneers Could Improve Your Smile

March 17, 2021
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Posted By: Charlestown Dental Care

Many of us take excellent care of our teeth. We visit our Charlestown, NSW dentist on time for check-ups and teeth cleans. We brush and floss our teeth on schedule. Yet, we are unhappy with our smile aesthetically.

Fortunately, we offer dental veneers, which can hide myriad issues and leave patients with symmetrical appearing smiles.

What Are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are thin shields that go across the front of teeth. They are designed to pick up the light and reflect just like natural tooth enamel. Your dentist bonds your veneers after removing a small amount of enamel, which allows the veneers to flush evenly with your natural teeth and not protrude. You can opt for one veneer or several.

How Veneers Improve Smiles

If you have tooth discolouration, your veneer can conceal this flaw and give an even hue across your smile. This is only one way that veneers can help. Let’s talk about a few others.

#1 Short and Worn Teeth

Short and worn teeth may make smiling difficult as you may feel insecure about the way these teeth look. Veneers can give symmetry and make it appear as if all your teeth are of uniform height.

#2 Slightly Crooked Teeth

Dental veneers can hide slightly crooked or overlapping teeth and save you the time it takes to straighten teeth aesthetically with orthodontics.

#3 Gummy Smiles

If the gum to tooth ratio is off, your dentist can conceal this issue with the strategic placement of your dental veneers.

#4 Uneven Spacing or Small Gaps

You may consider tooth veneers if you have small gaps or uneven spacing between teeth. In some cases, your dentist can camouflage these issues with careful veneer placement.

Learn Whether Dental Veneers in Charlestown, NSW Are Right for You

If you’re tired of taking care of your teeth only to be unhappy with the way your smile looks, veneers may be the answer.

Our dentist provides a consultation to make sure veneers will give you the results you’ve been hoping for.

If you’re ready to arrange your initial veneers appointment, we welcome your call.

Disclaimer: The information throughout this site is not intended to be taken as medical advice.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
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