Happy New Year! This year, skip the unrealistic resolutions and call us at 602-842-6504 to schedule an appointment for dental veneers. You can quickly have an amazing smile that will boost your self-esteem and get you noticed. Dr. Cavendish stays atop the latest dental research, so he has the knowledge needed to place your veneers correctly.
What Are Dental Veneers
This dental treatment is somewhere in between cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry. They’re thin shells you get placed over the front of your teeth. Each is made from a material that looks and feels like natural enamel. These are also shaped expertly to look like the teeth they cover.
As soon as dental veneers are placed by Dr. Cavendish, your smile looks healthy and beautiful.
Here at our Phoenix, AZ dental office, you can choose between two types:
- Traditional veneers are thin porcelain shells. Although they are thin, they are very durable. To fit these properly, Dr. Cavendish will have to remove a small layer of enamel from your teeth first.
- Lumineers use a patented material that even stronger than porcelain but just as life-like. These are so strong that no enamel has to be removed to make them fit properly.
Whether you go with traditional veneers or Lumineers, you’ll still get an amazing smile. That’s why you need to call us today at 602-842-6504 and schedule your next appointment for this cosmetic dentistry treatment. The dental veneer process is quick and will soon have you wanting to show everyone your new smile.
How Dental Veneers Give You A New Smile
Here are four specific ways dental veneers from Dr. Cavendish can help give you a new smile for the new year.
Dental veneers cover small gaps between your teeth.
Orthodontic treatments like braces move your teeth so they’re packed nice and tight against each other. However, time can undo some of that work. By now, you could have small gaps between teeth that stand out like a sore thumb.
By calling to make an appointment for dental veneers, you could look like you had orthodontics again. Dr. Cavendish has the expertise needed to make your veneers big enough in spots to cover those small gaps. It won’t hide a missing tooth, but it will make your smile look tight and even.
Dental veneers hide surface and deep, intrinsic stains.
Your teeth probably started out mostly white. That’s normal for teeth. Then how do they get dark, dingy, and yellowish? Because dark food and drinks leave behind stains. After years of drinking coffee and tea, your white teeth are stained dark. You could also have deep stains that teeth whitening cannot remove.
That’s why you need to call our Phoenix, AZ dental office today and make an appointment for dental veneers. These will cover all stains (surface or deep) that you managed to collect over the years. As soon as they are placed, your smile will look white and healthy.
Dental veneers make mildly crooked teeth look straight again.
As with small gaps between your teeth, yours can move out of alignment after so many years of chewing. Because most of your smile is still straight, those crooked teeth can really stand out.
Thankfully, you can call Dr. Cavendish today and schedule an appointment for dental veneers. Dr. Cavendish knows how to place dental veneers just right so a mildly crooked tooth looks straight and aligned once more.
Dental veneers seal up damaged spots like hairline cracks and chips.
Enamel can get more than just stained. Between falls, sports injuries, car accidents, and more, your teeth can get damaged. Chips and cracks certainly do not look good in your smile, but worse, they can grow bigger over time. What starts out as a hairline crack can widen and threaten your whole tooth.
That’s why you need to call our Phoenix, AZ dental office today for dental veneers. These will pull double-duty for your damaged teeth. First, they’ll hide the damage and make those teeth look healthy and beautiful. Second, they’ll seal up the damaged spots so they do not get any worse over time.
Call us TODAY at 602-842-6504 or use our convenient online form to schedule your next appointment for dental veneers. By protecting your teeth, they serve as restorative dentistry. But they also beautify your smile, serving as cosmetic dentistry. No matter what you call them, they will give you a new smile for this new year.