How Veneers Can Improve The Look Of Your Smile

If you're not happy with the appearance of your smile, veneers may be a good option for you. Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain that are placed over the teeth to improve their color, shape, and size. They can also help to fix dental problems such as chips or cracks in the teeth. If you're considering veneers, it's important to consult with one of our Brunswick dentists to see if they are right for you. We’d be happy to help and provide more information about this procedure.

How dental veneers work

Dental veneers are a thin layer of material placed over the front surface of a tooth. They are used to improve the appearance of teeth that are chipped, stained, or slightly misaligned. Veneers can also be used to close small gaps between teeth.

The veneer is made from a mold of the tooth, which is then sent to a dental lab where it is made. Once the veneer is ready, it is bonded to the front surface of the tooth with special adhesive cement.

The creation of dental veneers

Veneers were first developed in 1928 by Dr Charles Pincus. He initially created them as a way to temporarily improve the appearance of Hollywood actors' teeth for their movie roles. However, veneers quickly became popular among the general public as well.

Nowadays, veneers are made from a variety of materials, including porcelain and composite resin. They are also available in different colors and shapes to suit each individual's needs.

If you're considering getting veneers, be sure to consult with your dentist at Middle Bay Dental Assocites first. We will be able to help you decide if veneers are the right option for you. We’re always happy to answer any of your questions! Schedule an appointment today.

See if dental veneers are right for you

  • Used to fix a variety of issues in one visit
  • Your teeth will maintain their natural look
  • Strong material designed to last
  • No enamel needs to be removed
  • A quick, painless way to major results
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