Smile Brighter With New Veneers

When you’re unhappy with your teeth, smiling can be the last thing you want to do. Your discolored and stained teeth can affect your confidence and self-esteem. If the sight of a cell phone or camera sends you into hiding, veneers could be the answer you’re looking for.

Whatever your motivation for wanting to improve your smile, veneers are a fantastic option for brightening and correcting the issues with your teeth.  

Porcelain veneers correct a range of dental imperfections

Veneers can correct a variety of cosmetic issues affecting your teeth, restoring their natural brightness and beauty. Made from wafer-thin pieces of porcelain that are fixed over the front of your teeth, veneers can improve such issues as:

Veneers preserve the structural integrity of your teeth without the inconvenience associated with more invasive forms of corrective treatment that require filing down a large area of the affected teeth or even extraction.

Veneers can give you a reason to smile again

Dental veneers are a perfect option when you want to change the appearance of your teeth to make them whiter and brighter. Discolored teeth are often the reason why patients come to us at Soft Touch Dentistry for veneers. Natural staining over time can turn your teeth an unattractive yellow shade that can be difficult for whitening treatments to handle.

You won’t be able to stop smiling following treatment. Veneers are designed to resemble your natural teeth, so they look like they’ve always been there, creating the whiter and brighter smile you’ve been hoping for. As porcelain veneers are resistant to staining and ideal for restoring the brightness of your smile, they’re a permanent solution that will boost your confidence and self-esteem.

Veneers are quickly installed in just two visits

An added bonus of veneers is that they require just two dental visits until they are custom-made and fitted to your teeth. It’s a comfortable and straightforward procedure that gives you long-lasting results.

At Soft Touch Dentistry, we fit veneers to your teeth by first removing some enamel — only about a half-millimeter — to create a secure hold and ensure a good fit. We take impressions of your teeth, then send them to a laboratory, which customizes your veneers to the shade and shape perfect for you.

When your veneers arrive, we book you for fitting at which a member of our team cleans and polishes your teeth to prepare them for the veneers. Then one of our dental professionals, led by Andrew Owyoung, DDS, ensures the veneers fit and look as they should before making any tweaks that might be needed.

A bonding substance affixes the veneer to your tooth, and a special light activates the bonding agent, creating a secure hold. You can then leave our office with your brand-new, bright white smile.

Veneers are easy to care for

Just brush your veneers as you would your regular teeth and ensure you have a good oral hygiene routine of flossing and visiting us regularly at Soft Touch Dentistry for checkups. Your veneers are naturally resistant to staining and discoloration, although hard food may cause them to crack, so take care when eating to avoid the need for replacements.

To book your consultation and design your new smile with veneers, give us a call at Soft Touch Dentistry.

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