Are you ready to get the smile you’ve always wanted? Have your teeth been chipped, stained, or worn down from the stresses of day-to-day life?
Veneers are a simple, fast way to improve the appearance of your smile. Plus, a great smile can take years off your appearance and make you look healthier and happier.
Every veneer is a custom creation by your dentist and their ceramist. Your dentist will evaluate your mouth, face, and skin color to sculpt the perfect veneer for you.
You can get a single veneer, to correct the appearance of a graying or chipped tooth or a full mouth of teeth to re-do your whole smile.
If you want to whiten your teeth with veneers, since they are more stain-resistant than your natural teeth, you’ll probably have to get veneers for most of your teeth. That’s because the brighter color of one or two teeth would stand out against your darker natural teeth, even if the shape and size of your veneers otherwise match.
You’ll first get a temporary set while the permanent set is being made. The permanent veneers can last for as long as a decade before they need replacement.
Veneers are one of the fastest and easiest ways to make a huge difference to your appearance. However, there are some things you should consider before getting veneers. You should also look for a dentist that provides veneers near you since it takes multiple appointments from start to finish.
Veneers are charged per-tooth, so it’s important to have a sense of how many teeth you want to cover with veneers. Your dentist will help guide this decision, but thinking about your goals and priorities will help you decide.
Veneers are costlier than other cosmetic dentistry treatments. However, they are long-lasting, and you can get at least ten years out of a single set of veneers.
Your teeth are re-shaped to fit the veneers properly. That means that you can’t simply take off your veneers and go back to your natural teeth. Once you have veneers, you’re committed not only to the costs of the first set, but also the future sets you’ll need for the rest of your life.
Recover is usually pretty quick when you get veneers, but it will still take a few days for your teeth to feel normal again. Plan on a soft diet and extra rest for a few days after getting your veneers put in. That will give your mouth a chance to heal.
We’ll be happy to help get you scheduled for a veneers consultation or for any other dentistry needs. Call and make your next appointment today! We’re proud to provide veneers in Columbia.