Posted by Lisa J. Baker, DDS on Feb 20 2020, 03:55 AM
Veneers offer several benefits and make it possible to completely transform your smile. Veneers can be used to improve the appearance of teeth with various imperfections, including chipped areas, cracks, or stains. At our office in Bloomington, IN, our family dentist, Dr. Lisa Baker, can help you decide if veneers are the right choice for achieving the smile you desire.
Veneers are thin laminates placed against the front surface of teeth to conceal flaws, such as stains or discolorations. Veneers look completely natural and simply give your teeth a flawless appearance. Examples of cosmetic issues that can be improved with veneers include:
Veneers are custom made so they fit in place perfectly. They are cemented to the teeth so there is no worry about the veneers coming loose. Once in place, veneers look just like your natural teeth. At our office in Bloomington, IN, our skilled family dentist can help you decide if veneers are right for you.
There are several benefits associated with veneers. A major benefit is that veneers can dramatically improve the appearance of your smile. Veneers can give you the flawless smile you desire by concealing various cosmetic issues. Another benefit of veneers is that they look and function just like your natural teeth. No one else will be able to tell you have veneers.
An additional benefit of veneers is that they are cemented to the teeth permanently. Once affixed to the teeth, veneers remain securely in place. You can bite into and chew food with confidence knowing your veneers will not come loose or fall off.
There are many benefits to choosing veneers to improve your smile. To learn more about veneers and whether they are right for you, schedule an appointment with Dr. Baker, our family dentist, by calling our office in Bloomington, IN, at (812) 269-8230.
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