Porcelain Veneers: Answering Your Questions About Smile Changes

What can porcelain veneers accomplish, you may be asking yourself? Can they help you with that one issue you’re having with the way your smile looks? Can they help you with all of the changes you need? Are the rumors you’ve been hearing about their benefits true or are you hearing all sorts of exaggerations? Get answers to the questions you have been focusing on, so you can get started sooner than later on your improved grin!


Questions and Answers

Question: Can porcelain veneers let me change the shape or the dimensions of my teeth?

Answer: They can! Veneers are tiny casings that we can customize, which includes their dimensions and their shaping. As a result, we can work with you to determine whether you want longer teeth, wider teeth, differently shaped teeth, etc.

Question: What if I want to make my smile whiter? Can I rely on porcelain veneers for that?

Answer: Of course. We also choose the shade of the porcelain, which means we can cooperate with you to select a shade that will provide you with a beautiful, white, natural looking grin.

Question: I’ve heard that I can end up with a smile that is straighter if I select veneers for my cosmetic treatment. Will this really work?

Answer: You cannot move your teeth with veneers. However, for very mild uniformity issues, we can often help your smile appear straighter with veneers.

Question: What if I want to fix little issues like chips or craze lines? What if I want to make this improvement and all of the above?

Answer: You can cover up little issues. You may also achieve all of the aforementioned changes at once with veneers.

Seek Additional Information About Veneers From Us!

We will be more than happy to walk you through what you can expect from veneers, while we help you determine the best way to improve your smile’s appearance. To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, call Creekside Family Dental Care in Columbia, TN, today at (931) 388–3384.

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