Dental veneers

Teeth veneers are quite handy for addressing some of the dental concerns you may have. You don’t have to remain unhappy with the appearance of your teeth or endure damage or decay – dental veneers can alleviate your uneasiness. Here, we’ll discuss five common dental concerns that can be addressed with veneers. But first, what are teeth veneers? 

What are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are placed over the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance. To prepare the teeth for this procedure, the dentist will typically be required to remove a small amount of tooth enamel to make room for the veneer which will be placed over the front surface of the tooth. Once the tooth or teeth are prepped, an impression of the tooth is created and used as a reference as a model. Using a dental adhesive and a special light, the dentist will bond the veneer to the tooth and polish it to ensure that it has a smooth and natural appearance. 

Dental veneers are made of tooth-coloured materials, such as porcelain or resin composite, and are especially prepared to visually mimic natural teeth and benefit your oral health by addressing dental concerns. These include: 

  1. Stains and discoloration

If the appearance of your teeth due to deep-set stains or discoloration is upsetting you, veneers can definitely help. Veneers are made from tooth-coloured materials that can be matched to your natural tooth colour, keeping the appearance of stains and discoloration hidden.

  1. Chips, cracks and gaps

If you have chips, cracks or gaps in your smile veneers can help to conceal these imperfections and restore the appearance of your smile. The veneers will be custom-made to fit your teeth and will be bonded to the front surface of each tooth, masking up any chips, cracks or gaps. 

  1. Worn or misshapen teeth

Worn and misshapen teeth can have their appearance restored with the help of veneers. Since they are custom-made to your unique teeth, they will assist in creating a uniform and symmetrical appearance. 

  1. Crooked or misaligned teeth

Did you know that you can straighten your smile without the need for braces? Dental veneers are able to align your teeth for a straight, fixed smile! 

  1. Decay or damage 

Damaged and decayed teeth can be a real toothache, but teeth veneers protect and preserve your teeth, preventing your smile from further harm. 

If you have any dental concerns like the ones explained above, veneers may be exactly what your oral health may require. At Tumut Dental, we’re dedicated to protecting your teeth and providing the most excellent service possible. Book a consultation at our clinic to talk to our informative staff so you can get started on your oral health journey as soon as possible.