Dental Veneers and Braces - Southampton Aesthetic Dentistry , Bucks County

Veneers in Southampton, PA

Dental veneers in Southampton Aesthetic Dentistry
Cosmetic dentistry in Southampton Aesthetic Dentistry

Dentists use veneers as alternatives to crowns as it provides the most likely benefit to many dental situations. They also enhance your smile aesthetically and structurally which dentists use to reshape or repair teeth from chips, fractures, or discolorations. Dentists support the use of veneers so that patients feel secure about their whiter smiles and confidence levels.

Veneer Q & A

What is a veneer?

A veneer is a thin, durable layer of material made from porcelain, composite, or ceramics which are custom-made professionally based on size and color specifications. Our dentists then bond the veneers to your teeth to create a structurally-sound smile. They not only fix your smile, but surfaces are stain-resistant to many of the substances that contribute to stainings like coffee, tea, and wine.

Why should I choose veneers?

There are several reasons to choose veneers.

  • To enhance your smile cosmetically
  • To repair crooked or misshapen teeth
  • To correct discoloration or staining
  • To reshape teeth because of sizing
  • To fill in spacing
  • To fix aging or chipping

How does Southampton Aesthetic Dentistry attach veneers?

Veneers are made of a durable substance that is long-lasting which is why they are the ideal choice for people who have misaligned or broken teeth. Dentists prefer porcelain over other materials as it is one of the most durable materials available. Patients who choose porcelain are also less likely to experience discoloration.

  • Porcelain veneers most closely imitate natural teeth.
  • Porcelain will not stain.
  • Veneers assist in not having to reshape a tooth before attachment.
  • Veneers interact well with your gum line.or use.

How do I care for veneers?

Veneers do not require you to adhere to any unique cleaning practices other than regular methods like brushing and flossing. You should take note of discoloration of your natural teeth if you consume foods and beverages on a regular basis since veneers are color-matched.

Am I a candidate for this type of dental restoration?

Most people are candidates for veneers. Dentists do not recommend this type of treatment for some patients who have extensive damage from gum disease or grinding as it heightens the risk of breaking and chipping.
It is vital that you undergo an examination to assess and validate your candidacy. Even if you are not a candidate for veneers, a dental assessment will identify other procedures you qualify for based on the state of your oral health.

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