Do you find yourself using your hand to cover your mouth when you laugh? Maybe you get insecure about smiling because you do not feel confident about teeth. You should be able to smile confidently without worrying about your the flaws in your teeth. Flaws like deep discoloration, asymmetrical shapes or sizes, and irregular spacing. These types of cosmetic issues that may make you feel insecure can be addressed with cosmetic dentistry like porcelain veneers. Your smile can be upgraded to make you feel more confident.
Covering Deep Stains
Some staining can be removed through cleaning or a professional whitening treatment. Some deep permanent staining cannot be removed with whitening treatments, even professional-grade. Intrinsic stains are discoloration that comes from the inside of the tooth rather than on the outside. This can come from severe tooth trauma, certain medications, or advanced age. Deep internal stains can be covered with cosmetic bonding or porcelain veneers.
Smoothing Out Flaws
Cosmetic chips or cracks can cause teeth to look misshapen. There can also be a tooth that is naturally a different shape or size than the rest of the smile. While some chips and cracks may cause health issues, those that are just cosmetic can be addressed by using porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers can be applied to a single tooth or multiple teeth to smooth out the smile.
Closing Large Gaps
If you have a large gap, you may consider it an important characteristic of your smile. This can be closed fully or partially using porcelain veneers. Partially closing a gap may mean keeping that unique aspect, but getting it to a size that makes you feel confident and comfortable.
Porcelain veneers can help you address issues with your smile.
Dr. Jones and Dr. Harris of Mansfield Dental Associates can help you determine if porcelain veneers are right for you and your smile. If you would like to schedule a consultation, then call 817-473-6227. We proudly welcome patients from Mansfield, TX and the surrounding areas, including South Arlington, Kennedale, Southeast Ft. Worth, Alvarado, Midlothian, and more.