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Are you considering reaching out to a veneers dentist near you?

Great choice! A veneers dentist will be able to help you decide whether or not to fix cosmetic issues with your smile using veneers. It can be a quick and simple process that completely transforms your teeth.

Whether you choose porcelain veneers or resin veneers, you have the opportunity to recreate your smile in just a few easy appointments.

What Are Veneers?

Veneers are generally made of porcelain, but they can be made of resin. They are simple sheaths that are bonded to your teeth, giving you a bright white and perfect smile.

Veneers are safe, simple to apply, and a great way to address cosmetic issues that have failed to be addressed by other dental treatments.

Why Might Someone Benefit From Veneers?

There are a number of dental issues that might be fixed by veneers when other measures don’t work, including:

  • Cracked teeth.
  • Misshapen or chipped teeth.
  • Stained teeth.
  • Mildly crooked teeth.

If you have any of these issues, your dentist can let you know what your options are in terms of dental treatment. Many do not choose veneers as a first line of defense but instead try other dental treatments first that directly fix the issue. Then, if those don’t work, veneers may be the next step.

What Is the Process of Getting Veneers?

The first step in getting veneers is to contact Dison Family Dentistry and make an appointment. At your assessment, a veneers dentist will help you determine your best next step.

Once you and your dentist decide to move forward with getting veneers, you will make an appointment to have your tooth enamel filed down according to the thickness of the veneers, creating the perfect space for them to fit in your mouth.

Next, you will get an impression created that will be sent off to make the veneers. It takes between two and four weeks to process.

Once the veneers are ready, you will have an appointment where the veneers are bonded to your teeth. Finally, you will have a follow-up appointment to make sure that everything is going well.

Ready to get started? Contact Dison Family Dentistry today.

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