Why Do People Get Veneers



Why do people get Veneers? People get Dental Veneers for one reason.  They are unhappy with the appearance of their smile. The reasons they are unhappy with their smile are usually related to the color or shape of their front teeth. Gaps between teeth or misaligned teeth are other common reasons for Dental Veneers.

Why Do People Get Veneers – What do veneers do to your teeth?

Why Do People Get Veneers

In this article we will discuss everything you need to know about teeth Veneers. From what they are to determining whether you will be a good candidate. 

What are Veneers?

Veneers are thin layers of material placed over your teeth to cover up the flaws. They’re typically made from porcelain, but they can also be made from composite resin. The Veneer is razor thin and covers the front of the tooth only.

Because prepping the tooth for a Veneer is minimal, it is more conservative than a Dental Crown.  Preserving as much tooth enamel as possible is why the Veneer is a great option for cosmetic dentistry. Veneers are becoming a more popular choice for people looking for a simple, non-invasive, and cost-effective solution to improve their smile.

Should You Consider Veneers?

Since the decision to get Veneers is based on your individual dental situation, you and Dr. Schmelter will discuss why you might need Veneers.  Some of the reasons include the following:

Are You a Good Candidate for Veneers?

Why Do People Get Veneers

Dr. Schmelter can evaluate your individual dental situation at either an in-person consultation or with our new Smile Virtual consultation option.  You will discuss your individual goals, expectations, and options for your smile.

The ideal Veneer patient is someone who:

There are many reasons to the question ‘why do people get Veneers?’ Whether you have one or two teeth that may need Veneers, or you want a comprehensive smile makeover, Dr. Schmelter can make recommendations including teeth whitening, gum reshaping and contouring, and Invisalign.  Once the best treatment plan is determined we can start to give you the smile of your dreams.  Call today to schedule your consultation.

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