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What Are Veneers For Your Teeth?

  • September 18, 2014

What are veneers for your teeth? Find out all that they entail here!Are your teeth damaged, discolored or chipped? Do you hesitate to smile or become uncomfortable talking to people you don’t know? Veneers for your teeth may be the perfect solution for you.

What Are Veneers?

Veneers are a thin, strong layer of material, usually porcelain, which is attached to the front of your teeth. To be able to bond the veneer to the tooth, a very thin layer of enamel is taken from the teeth to make room for the veneers. Every veneer is prepared for each individual patient, allowing your veneers to fit perfectly and comfortably in your mouth. Veneers are designed to look as natural as possible.

Do Teeth Veneers Hurt?

The procedure to get veneers for your teeth is not painful but you may experience some discomfort. Your original teeth will still be under the veneers, however if you decide to remove them at any time, your natural teeth will most likely require some type of restoration. Veneers are designed to be a long-term solution and to be left on teeth once applied.

Veneer Maintenance 101

The first few days you will likely have some sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, but you should treat your veneers just as you would your normal teeth.  To keep you smiling all day long, follow these simple guidelines:

  • Avoid chewing or biting into hard or sticky foods
  • Check up appointments with your doctor regularly
  • Brush and floss regularly for teeth and gum health

How To Get Veneers

Are you ready to receive daily compliments about your smile? Then don’t wait any longer! Call the trusted professional with years of veneer experience at Duffield Dentistry at (877) 630-7410 to schedule an appointment today.

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