Veneers are a thin covering that attaches to your teeth in order to improve your smile. While this procedure is considered cosmetic, it can also improve the health of your smile, your body and improve your overall self-confidence. If this procedure seems complicated and overwhelming, don’t fret. Here are the answers you need in order to make the right decision. Dr.Judy Strutz and her team can provide you the support you need to cosmetically improve your smile.
Resin composite veneers are thinner than porcelain veneers and because they are thinner they generally require less of your natural tooth surface to be removed. Resin composite veneers can look very natural if they are done correctly, incorrectly and they can make your smile look fake. Unfortunately, this type of veneer can be susceptible to staining, especially if you enjoy a class of wine every now and again. Also, if you grind down to hard, you may chip your tooth.
The benefits of composite veneers are that they are more cost efficient and can easily be replaced if they need to be. This decision shouldn’t be taken likely, and in order to make them look just right you’ll want someone with experience.
For more information or for your consultation, contact Dr.Strutz & her team today.