7 Benefits of Veneers

Do you frequently avoid smiling in public? Are you the first to delete pictures if your teeth are showing? If so, you’re not alone. Up to 42% of people wish they could change their smile.

The good news is that you’re not stuck with teeth you don’t like. Accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Roberto Palmieri is an experienced cosmetic dentist dedicated to helping you love your smile again. 

Whether you’re interested in Invisalign, veneers, or a full smile makeover, we provide all that you need.

Veneers are a popular cosmetic service, but the reality is that they do a lot more than just make your pearly whites brighter. In this article, we take a look at seven benefits of veneers. 

1. Veneers whiten your teeth when other treatments don’t work

For many people, professional whitening treatments combined with a solid at-home oral care routine are enough to make any smile dazzle. However, there are some cases in which stained teeth simply don’t respond to whitening treatments — even professional ones. 

Taking certain medications, for example, can cause permanent staining. Tooth injury and some infections can also stain your teeth permanently. Every aspect of veneers is tailor-made for you — including the shade.

2. Veneers hide small gaps

Do you have small gaps between your teeth but don’t want to go through the process of orthodontic treatment? Veneers can hide small gaps between your teeth without the need for braces.

3. Veneers are easy to clean

Veneers are thin shells that are bonded directly onto the front surface of your natural teeth. There’s nothing to remove or soak, which makes veneers easy to care for. With the proper care, porcelain veneers can last up to 20 years

4. Veneers can transform multiple teeth at once

A crown can enhance the appearance of a single tooth, but what if you want to give multiple teeth a makeover? Veneers can transform several teeth at once on your upper and/or lower jaw.

5. Veneers strengthen your teeth 

Veneers aren’t indestructible, but they can help strengthen your teeth. The layer of porcelain is thin, but it can still add a little extra durability to your teeth. This is especially true if you already had a chip or other enamel damage.

6. Veneers can transform misshapen teeth

Veneers can change many aspects of your teeth, including the color, shape, and size. If your teeth are too small or misshapen, your new veneers can help you feel confident in your smile.

7. Veneers boost your confidence

There’s no doubt that veneers can transform your smile, but they also boost your confidence and self-esteem. When you feel good about your smile, it shows.

Are veneers right for you?

At Palmieri Dentistry, we want you to fall in love with your smile again, whether that’s with porcelain veneers or resin veneers.

To learn more about veneers or our other cosmetic services, call our Mooresville, North Carolina, office at 704-247-6336. You can also book your appointment online.

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