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Unfortunately, your teeth aren’t going to be around forever. Eventually, you will start to degrade one by one. However, this doesn’t mean that your smile has to go as well. We here at Dental House believe that everyone deserves to have a good smile, regardless of the circumstances. This is why dental veneers are so vital to modern dentistry. They can help people who have damaged their teeth get their smiles back. But what exactly are dental veneers?

If you’ve always wanted to know the answer to that question, then we’ve got just the thing for you. Read on for a brief breakdown of all the important things you need to know about dental veneers.

What Are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are prosthetic devices designed to help people achieve the look that they desire. People can have veneers for a slew of different reasons. Some people need veneers because they’ve chipped their teeth. Veneers can also be useful when a gap starts to form between a person’s teeth. Some people use them when their teeth have been stained to the point where bleaching no longer works. As you can see, veneers can be incredibly useful as they serve a multitude of cosmetic purposes.

There are two common types of veneers: porcelain and composite resin. Contrary to popular belief, dental veneers are rather easy to apply.

For porcelain veneers, all the dentist has to do is create a mold of your teeth. From there they will remove a small amount of enamel on the front and sides of your teeth. Once that’s done, the veneer will be placed on top of the tooth. The entire process only takes a couple of days, as the mold takes a little time to create.

Composite resin veneers are incredibly simple to apply. Less enamel needs to be removed, as all the dentist needs to do is to use a tooth-colored filling material that will be bonded to the tooth itself. This usually only takes one visit and is far more affordable than porcelain dental veneers.

How Long Do Dental Veneers Last?

Regardless of the type of dental veneers you get, they usually last a couple of years. They will last much longer if you practice good oral hygiene. Now, it’s important to note that there’s no turning back once you opt to use veneers. Since it requires enamel to be removed from your tooth, you’ll need to replace veneers once you wear out the old ones.

If you want your dental veneers to last, it’s important that you follow these simple tips:

  • Avoid grinding your teeth.
  • Brush and floss regularly
  • Wear mouth guards when engaging in physical activities
  • Don’t bite hard surfaces

Conclusion

We hope this article has helped shed some light on dental veneers. Despite how common they are, there are many misconceptions that surround this extremely useful prosthetic device. If you have any more questions regarding dental veneers, it would be best to speak with your trusted dentist as they will be able to further elaborate on the information that we’ve provided here.

If you’re looking for high-quality but affordable dentistry, then Dental House is the way to go. We offer a wide array of dental services ranging from restorative dentistry to cosmetic dentistry. If you want to know more about any of these services, visit our site today!

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