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Ways Dental Veneers Can Enhance Your Teeth

July 7, 2020
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Posted By: Gladnick Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

Of all the many types of cosmetic dentistry treatments available, porcelain dental veneers arguably have the most significant potential to transform and recreate your smile. 

Veneers are the perfect treatment choice for patients who want a dramatic smile makeover, but they can also be appropriate when a patient wants to make changes to a single tooth. 

No matter what level of improvement you’re hoping to see when you turn to cosmetic dentistry, porcelain veneers can help you get there. 

Veneers Can Hide Stains and Discoloration 

Because porcelain veneers act as a mask or shell for your natural teeth, it’s easy to hide a cosmetic flaw or blemish by placing a veneer over it. When you have a stubborn stain that’s resistant to professional teeth whitening or a discolored tooth as a result of medication or lifestyle habits, you’ll find success in covering it with a dental veneer.

Veneers Can Make Teeth Appear Longer

Another benefit of dental veneers in Rockville is their ability to hide short or misshapen teeth and make them appear longer. Because our cosmetic dentists customize your veneers to harmonize with your existing teeth, we can tailor the veneers to be the right length and width to hide “problem” teeth that are too small.

Veneers Can Create the Illusion of Straighter Teeth

Because crooked teeth are a threat to your oral health, we always encourage our patients to straighten their teeth with orthodontics for long-term dental success. If you have a crooked tooth or teeth that have shifted slightly out of alignment as you’ve gotten older, however, porcelain veneers can help camouflage this problem until you’re able to get braces or Invisalign. 

If you are ready to schedule a consultation to explore dental veneers and your other cosmetic dentistry options, please contact our Rockville cosmetic dentists by clicking here. 

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