Veneers can grow your confidence.
When looking in the mirror it may be easy to spot imperfections, however, it can become frustrating if one of those is your teeth. You’re not alone though, a survey done with 2,000 people revealed that out of every seven to 10 people admitted to feeling self-conscious about their teeth. Luckily, if you fall into this category, veneers can benefit your smile and make your teeth stronger.
Veneers are shells shaped and colored like teeth - each veneer is custom to look natural - and attach to the front surface of the teeth to improve appearance. Veneers are usually made out of porcelain or resin-composite to function. They can improve a variety of dental needs but the main focus is the smile and to make your teeth stronger.
Veneers can benefit the smile by appearance. Teeth that can’t be whitened, teeth that are chipped or crooked can all be corrected by placing veneers on top of the tooth. By placing the veneer on top all the years of coffee stain and colored food goes away. If you had uneven spaces between the teeth then you can also confidently smile knowing they’re straight.
The material veneers are made out of benefit the teeth by making the teeth stronger. In specific, porcelain veneers are strong, long-lasting, and don’t stain easily which can make a big difference in your smile. Veneers take the place of damaged enamel, the outer layer of the tooth.
While veneers can make your teeth stronger and give you a nice smile, keep in mind that it is a cosmetic change and with a cosmetic change you need to take caution. To avoid damaging your veneers, don’t chew on hard objects and try to avoid grinding or clenching your teeth, and be aware that it may take some time to adjust. However, the minor caution doesn’t compare to the new confidence and smile you’ll gain. A smile can go a long way and whether it be for aesthetic or medical reasons, veneers can benefit your smile and make your teeth stronger.