Surprised by the fact that veneers can restore damaged teeth? You will be even more amazed to know that dental veneers protect natural teeth from further damage. The secret lies in the fact that dental veneers have porcelain that laminate the teeth, enabling more fortification. In our previous blog, we have explained the difference between lumineers and dental veneers in Boynton Beach. Read along to know how dental veneers can restore a damaged tooth.
Our cosmetic dentist in Boynton Beach provides dental veneer that can restore your damaged tooth promptly. These dental prosthesis work way more than inlays and onlays. Your teeth might have strong enamel, but breakages are often unavoidable. The enamel is delicate to some extent to suffer chips and cracks.
Thankfully, you have porcelain veneers to help restore the damage to the tooth. Talking about breakage or chipped teeth, porcelain veneers can give you a smile makeover at emergency dental treatment in Boynton Beach. Interestingly, it will cost you less than dental crowns, yet work as an effective dental restoration procedure.
Accidents are always unprecedented, aren't they? We can always pray and hope for the best, but be prepared for the worst as well.
Be it a sports injury, an accident, work related mishap or any sort of injury, your teeth could suffer the impact, get chipped or come off. In such emergency cases if your tooth is badly hit, do not delay and head right away to your nearest emergency dentist. Dental veneers will be the ideal solution in such cases to treat broken or chipped teeth.
Are you concerned about the dental aesthetics and how you might look after your teeth are corrected? Well, we all are bothered about the fact that any dental treatments often leave a scar and deformity in the facial structure. Be assured that dental veneers are absolutely not that. Dental veneers are applied to the tooth’s surface, primarily to fix the cracks and chips. Not only do they help in closing the gaps, but also straighten your teeth.
Our dentist in Boynton Beach will do a quick dental examination to ensure that your teeth can withstand the procedure. Even if your tooth is damaged, the root should be strong enough to hold veneers.
The existing teeth will be filed down to create grooves on the surface. This enables veneers to lay flat with your existing gumline making you feel natural. The grooves will strongly hold the glue to prevent it from tipping off. Once the cement glue is fixed on the top of your tooth, veneer is placed correctly, rightly bonded and positioned to your tooth.
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