veneers

5 Reasons Veneers May Be Right for You

November 20, 2018

Many people look to your smile to get a first impression about you after an initial meeting, and if you are uncomfortable about what your smile says about you, then dental veneers may be the solution that you’ve been looking for. In the following article we will discuss different situations in which veneers can be a great choice for you, your health, and most importantly your confidence.

Your Teeth are Stained or Discolored

Naturally, foods and beverages such as coffee, red wine, and tomato sauce can all stain your teeth. Smoking can also play a big role and whether or not your teeth are a sparkling white as you would want them to be. Veneers are able to cover up any discoloration or stains that come from living life, and by having a simple consultation with a local dentist in your area you can make sure that you have the veneer color you’ve always wanted.

You Have Spaces or Gaps Between Your Teeth

Veneers are also used as attachments to the front of your teeth, and because they’re designed for your mouth, any imperfection such as tooth gaps are very easily concealed.

Your Teeth are Misaligned, Oddly Shaped, or Chipped

If you currently suffer from misaligned, chipped, or oddly shaped teeth, veneers have time and time again proven to be a great way to correct their appearance. Veneers are thin shells that attach to the front of your teeth that easily hide any unwanted appearance with their implantation.

Your Teeth are Showing Your Age

Naturally as we age, our teeth begin to wear down. However, because your veneers are specially designed for you and your circumstances, the veneers can be lengthened to have the appearance of a younger smile.

You’re Not Happy with How Your Smile Looks

Finally if you are unhappy with the way your smile currently looks, veneers are a great way to address this common problem. At Urbach Pediatric Dentistry, we specialize in most young children’s teeth, but we love to be of great help to the parents that walk through our doors everyday. Contact our Houston, TX, office if you would like any additional questions answered, or to set up a consultation today!