Benefits of Veneers
Teeth shades vary from one person to the next. However, some patients are born with tooth discoloration. Discoloring varies from yellow, brown, or grayish pigments to dark spots on teeth. Soda, coffee, tea, and red wine are culprits of tooth stains. Smoking and poor oral habits are others. Although patients opt for teeth whitening instead, veneers brighten your smile and change the spacing or positions of your teeth. Close gaps between teeth Gaps between your teeth are called diastemas. These are a part of a child’s development and often close naturally. Undersized and missing teeth, bad oral habits, and excessive thumb sucking also cause diastemas. Regardless of the cause, many patients seek dental veneers as a solution.
Repair fractured teeth
Wear and tear weakens our teeth causing chips and cracks. Chewing on hard foods or falling down also fracture the teeth. Then, patients have a broken tooth when they smile. The tooth-colored composite resin or porcelain material used in dental veneers can repair these teeth.
Straighten misaligned teeth
Misaligned teeth are often passed on through genetics. Thumb-sucking or missing teeth may cause teeth to shift and rotate. This makes them harder to clean and increases your risk for tooth decay. Straightening teeth is another reason to choose dental veneers.
Do you want to transform your smile? Can you relate to any of the conditions listed in this article? Do these seem like benefits you wish to explore further? We’d love to talk with you. Schedule an appointment. Call (864) 229-2610.