If your smile makes you feel insecure, it may not be serving you in the best way. Your smile can be at the forefront of your social interaction with others as well as your confidence in yourself. A smile that does not make you feel confident may be impacting your social life and your confidence. Giving your smile a makeover may give you the boost of confidence you need. You and your cosmetic dentist can discuss several cosmetic dentistry options of how best to give you the smile of your dreams. Porcelain veneers can be a great option to update your smile.
Porcelain veneers can be custom-created to cover several or all of your front teeth. Veneers can fill in a large gap, cover chips and cracks, give asymmetrical teeth a symmetrical look, and cover up deep intrinsic staining that cannot be removed by whitening teeth. If you have a combination of multiple issues on multiple teeth, porcelain veneers may cover them all. Porcelain veneers literally cover the front of your tooth. The veneers are permanently bonded to give your smile a long-lasting update. You and your cosmetic dentist can together discuss your goals to create the smile of your dreams.
Many people have the false assumption that porcelain veneers give you a cookie-cutter smile that looks like everyone else’s smile. In reality, veneers can be custom designed to match your natural tooth’s appearance while addressing any flaws that make you feel insecure. The material of ceramic porcelain shares a similar function and appearance to the natural enamel of your teeth. Each veneer is a wafer-thin shell that is approximately 0.5 millimeters thick, which is very thin. So, when the veneer are placed on the front of the teeth it can give a very natural appearance to your smile.
Dr. Carmona can talk to you about porcelain veneers for your smile’s cosmetic needs. To schedule a consultation with Austin Prosthodontics in Austin, TX, call 512-250-9444. We also proudly welcome patients from Cedar Park, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Leander, and all surrounding Texas communities.