As your smile is one of the first things that greet someone you meet, it makes a lot of sense to maintain its beauty and radiance. A beautiful smile is a mark of confidence but unfortunately for many, their teeth are not as they should be. Teeth, even when well maintained, can become stained from beverages and smoking, they can also get minute surface cracks and chips on the biting edges. The way to overcome these problems is to get dental veneers in Park Ridge fitted to the visible surfaces of your teeth.
What are dental veneers?
Dental veneers can be produced from a resin material or porcelain, porcelain is the better option as it lasts longer and porcelain will not wear. Each tooth is fitted with a unique veneer that has been custom produced in the dental lab. They can be made from different shades of material; the results will closely mimic the appearance of the natural enamel on those teeth which are no fitted with a veneer.
Porcelain veneers can correct numerous problems:
Dental veneers in Park Ridge can be used not only to mask minor imperfects, they can also close spaces between teeth and correct the appearance of teeth which are slightly rotated. Dental veneers can correct:
* Chipped and cracked teeth
* Teeth which are discolored or badly stained
* Close gaps and improve the looks of uneven teeth
Quick and easy solution:
For patients with otherwise good dental health, investing in enhancing your looks and smile is quick and easy. Your dentist will remove a very small amount of material from where the veneers will be fitted.
After impressions are made the veneers are produced. During the second visit to the dentist the veneers are fitted to the teeth with strong dental adhesive and any minor imperfections are dealt with.
If taken care of, dental veneers can last for many years. They are ideal at masking any problems and imitating the look and feel of all natural teeth.
If you are unhappy with your smile, dental veneers in Park Ridge are the perfect solution. You are invited to make an exploratory appointment with the dentists at North Shore Dental Group.
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