If you want to enhance your smile, but are not sure how to do it, then veneers are a great option.
They quite a common dental cosmetic procedure designed to tackle a large number of cosmetic concerns, such as:
However, it’s crucial to understand that even with Fox Point veneers, you will still need to maintain good oral hygiene habits. Here’s everything you need to know about veneers, and why you definitely need to brush them.
First, let’s look at how veneers work. They are a thin layer of dental prosthetics, usually made from porcelain that goes over the front surface of your natural teeth. Unlike a dental crown, the veneers will not cover your teeth in their entirety.
So even if the porcelain itself won’t get cavities because you don’t brush your teeth, the natural tooth that lies underneath will. So even with veneers, you can still experience the consequence of improper oral hygiene.
Caring for veneers isn’t that different from caring for natural teeth. You just have to make sure to:
By caring for your veneers and oral health, you could potentially enjoy your new smile for decades. Some veneers can last as long as 20 years or even longer with the right maintenance.
If you get a cavity after getting a veneer, the dentist will have to remove the affected tissue and most likely apply a dental filling to fill the hole left after. In some cases, this can also mean you will need to redo your veneers.
Sometimes, the filling can be perfectly blended with the veneers, but not always. It generally depends on the size of the cavity, as well as its location. If the dentist is not able to blend the filling with the veneers, then they will recommend you opt for a new pair instead.
If you’re looking to upgrade your smile and are wondering if veneers are right for you, Dr. Major and Dr. Krenzke are at your service and ready to help you find the answer!
Our practice provides compassionate and expert dental services designed to restore both the look and health of your smile.
To get started, you can book an appointment at Fox Point Dental Studio online!
Have more questions about veneers or our services? Then feel free to call our office directly at 414-236-5885 for a short chat.