The Advantages of Visiting a Veneers Dentist

Posted on: February 16, 2018

Reasons to visit Unique Dental Care for dental veneers

As a veneers dentist, we are able to offer our patients a great and highly effective way to improve their smile. With much of the modern world looking for solutions to improve their smile, there are endless solutions available. While most of these are effective in some regard, each of the solutions has advantages as well as disadvantages.

With dental veneers, there are no immediately obvious disadvantages, giving them the edge for correcting any number of problems. The first thing to know about dental veneers is that they enhance and improve the existing teeth without taking away a great deal from the natural enamel. Other solutions may require completely replacing the enamel with their own solution.

What you need to know

Looking at the example of dental crowns, we know that placing dental crowns requires removing a large portion of the enamel. Removing the enamel helps the crowns to look more natural with the rest of the teeth. With dental implants, we have to remove the entire tooth and the root to make way for the implant and its new crown.

On the other hand, with dental veneers, the veneers dentist will only shave away a minute portion, often millimeters, of the tooth’s enamel to fit the veneers. This gives people the stability and structure of using natural teeth, enhanced by the beauty, luminosity, and strength that comes from placing dental veneers over the enamel.

Advantages of dental venees

A second advantage comes from the fact that a veneers dentist will greatly shorten both the treatment and recovery time when someone uses veneers instead of another solution. Dental veneers can resolve minor malocclusion or crooked teeth. We will fit the veneers on the second visit with a healing time of hours and not weeks or months.

On the other hand, if someone straightens the teeth using braces or Invisalign®, then that individual is looking at a year or more of treatment. After these longer treatments, the patient would still need other services such as whitening the teeth.The greatest advantage that dental veneers have from the perspective of a veneers dentist is the vast number of common dental problems they can solve quickly, efficiently, and without a great deal of expense. Dental veneers can help with mild malocclusion though severe cases will still require the skills of an orthodontist to correct.

A veneers dentist can help you to cover up those unsightly gaps that sometimes develop between teeth by correctly placing the veneers in a way that reduces the space between your teeth. We can even whiten teeth that are stubbornly refusing to change by traditional means. In essence, dental veneers are a one-stop solution to a host of dental problems.

Call us at (408) 648-2137 for more information from Unique Dental Care or to schedule an appointment in our dentist office in Sunnyvale.


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