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Smile Troubles? Why Veneers Might Be the Best Answer

The good thing about most cosmetic dental treatments is that improving your smile’s appearance often has positive benefits for your overall oral health. For instance, fixing a chipped tooth makes it look healthier and also improves the balance of your bite. With porcelain veneers, those benefits are amplified by the fact that the small, lifelike shells of dental porcelain can be used to correct a wide variety of cosmetic and functional issues.

What Ails Your Smile?
Tooth blemishes come in many forms, and for many of them, your dentist may be able to find a simpler solution, such as teeth-whitening. However, many patients experience several different issues at once, and each may require a different solution. With veneers, your dentist can correct all of those issues at once so you can enjoy the beautiful, fully functional smile you deserve without needing multiple treatments. Each veneer will be bonded to the front surface of a tooth, creating a whole, healthy, and attractive appearance for your whole smile.

How Veneers Fix the Problem
The unique ability to fix multiple smile troubles stems from the way porcelain veneers are applied. Each veneer is carefully crafted according to highly detailed and precise measurements of your teeth, ensuring the most lifelike finish. Once the veneer is bonded to the tooth, it instantly restores the tooth’s ideal shape, contour, and appearance. For patients with multiple teeth that need improvement, veneers are even more beneficial in creating a conservative smile makeover plan.

Find Out if Veneers Are the Answer to Your Smile Troubles
Porcelain veneers are effective because of their lifelike appearance, but they’re popular because they can help patients improve a wide variety of smile concerns. To learn more, schedule a consultation by calling Oxnard Dentistry in Oxnard, CA, today at (805) 604-9999. We also proudly serve patients from in and around Camarillo, Ventura, Thousand Oaks, Moore Park, and all surrounding communities.

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