When searching out cosmetic dentistry options for fixing your teeth, you may find yourself confronted by an array of choices - but which one is right for you?
The American Dental Association recommends that cosmetic dentistry patients first consult with a dentist to discuss their suitability for various treatments, which can product vastly different results.
Dental veneers are one of the most popular options that are used to correct the color, shape, size or length of teeth.
They tend to work best when addressing issues of discoloration and staining, worn-down tooth surfaces, chipped or broken teeth, misaligned teeth, unusually-shaped teeth or those with large gaps, according to Web MD.
Porcelain or resin veneers are very thin and custom-made to fit your teeth. Because the material is the same color as real teeth, patients may appreciate their natural appearance - however, porcelain veneers are usually recognized at providing a superior resemblance.
Some people also select dental veneers for their cosmetic dentistry needs because the procedure is minimally invasive.
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