Why All Veneers Are Not the Same

If you’ve ever felt insecure about your smile or had a tooth imperfection that you wanted to change, you may have thought about dental veneers. But have you ever thought about which type of veneer is right for your smile? Most dentists create veneers using porcelain, but not all porcelain veneers are the same.

What Differences Are There In Veneers?

You should keep in mind that not all veneers look as good as other veneers and that not all of them are built to last. When you’re looking for a dentist to place your veneers, you want to make sure that they’re going to use the highest quality materials and make decisions about your veneers that will provide value and perfectly match your smile. You’ll want to consider whether you want prepless or traditional veneers. You’ll also need to consider the brand, the quality of the veneers, and how your dentist is going to bond the veneers to your teeth. Veneers bonded to enamel are many times stronger than those bonded to dentin. How a tooth is prepared and shaped can have a profound impact on the end result and how long your veneers last.

How Do I Choose The Right Veneers?

If you want to choose the right veneers, you want to make sure to choose the right dentist. You want to make sure your dentist is experienced in smile design and that he will make the best decisions for your smile. He will help you choose veneers that will benefit you the most and create the best cosmetic changes for your smile. Both the correct functional diagnosis and esthetic diagnosis are important. You need a dentist with enough experience that he can tell you if your teeth are in the right position to accomplish your goals.

Dr. Rosenfeld genuinely cares about you as his patient and wants you to experience the confidence that accompanies a beautiful smile. He will help you make the right decisions and find the perfect veneers that look completely natural. With the right veneers, your friends won’t say “Nice veneers!” Instead, they’ll say “Wow, what a nice smile.”