Redesigning Your Smile With Porcelain Veneers

Redesigning your smile does not necessarily mean that your smile will be completely changed to one you cannot recognize. Addressing cosmetic issues with porcelain veneers can be a way to give you a smile that is designed in a way that makes you feel like you are putting your best smile forward. Veneers have a bad reputation of giving a cookie-cutter Hollywood smile, when in reality veneers can be customized to look natural for you. Your smile should be the best version of yours, so that you can be left feeling confident about showing it off. 

How Do Veneers Help?

A veneer is created to permanently cover up the front surface of your tooth with a very thin porcelain shell.  Each veneer is bonded to the surface of each tooth needed to be covered, so that any cosmetic blemish will be hidden. Your dentist may need to first prepare your tooth by sculpting a small amount of tooth enamel to accommodate the ultra-thin veneer, but the goal will always be to preserve as much of your natural teeth as possible.

Designed to Look Natural

Digital imaging technology is used to capture accurate tooth and mouth measurements. This allows for a veneer to be precisely created for the tooth that it will cover. The veneers will be color-match to blend in with your natural smile. While the goal will be to create a smile that is redesigned to an appearance that will make you feel confident, the design will still be one that looks natural. Porcelain veneers can be used to address a wide variety of issues that affect several teeth. Because each veneer can be individually customized for each tooth, several issues and several teeth can be addressed at once. Veneers can cover deep intrinsic stains, cracks, chips, unevenly sized or shaped teeth, gaps in the smile, and other cosmetic issues.

Are veneers the right choice for your smile?

Veneers can help you reach your dream smile goals. To schedule a consultation, call E-Care Dentistry, PA in Olathe, KS, today at 913-764-1018. We also proudly serve patients from Overland Park, Lenexa, Leawood, Gardner, and all surrounding communities.