Using Porcelain Veneers On Crooked Teeth
Putting veneers on your crooked teeth is a great option for improving the appearance of your smile. They are also an affordable alternative compared to dental implants and can be completed in one visit with little discomfort. The most common application of veneers is to do a “permanent” treatment on your teeth. Get veneers as an orthodontic treatment to improve your oral health. This means that they will last forever, unlike other cosmetic dentistry procedures which need occasional maintenance over time.
Filling In and Polishing Crooked Teeth
If you have gaps between your teeth, it can be an embarrassment to smile. You may feel that people are judging your appearance when they see you smile, especially here in Miami where it seems like everyone is “perfect”.
Veneers are a good choice for those with these problems because they can be used to correct the shape and color of your teeth so that they look perfect.
If you have gaps between your teeth, it could be due to genetics or other reasons, and you need veneers on crooked teeth. Teeth grow at different rates and some don’t develop properly because of this—this is why sometimes people have unevenly spaced or slightly crooked teeth even though they grew up with healthy gums and jaws. Some people might also have had accidents that caused their front teeth to chip or break off completely (such as getting hit by a baseball). Whatever the reason may be for having gaps between two adjacent front incisors (or any other type), veneers will help close them up again so there isn’t any space visible when you smile.
Veneers Lasts And Aid In Teeth Straightening
If one or more individual tooth has been chipped due to an injury such as falling down stairs without holding onto anything then getting hit by something heavy like furniture being thrown around during a stormy day outside then coming back inside where someone else had just accidentally dropped something really hard on ground level which resulted in them knocking themselves unconscious upon impact against wall nearby–then what? How should we fix this problem?
Benefit Of Veneers Over Invisalign
Veneers on crooked teeth are a great option for improving the appearance of your smile in Miami. They are also an affordable alternative to dental implants and can be completed in one visit with little discomfort. The most common application of veneers is to do a “permanent” treatment on your teeth. This means that they will last forever, unlike other cosmetic dentistry procedures which need occasional maintenance over time . Veneers are also the best option for people with crooked teeth who want to wear braces in their younger years but don’t want to have them on for a long time. Invisalign is an alternative option that uses clear braces and aligners that you put on yourself. This can be a good choice if you don’t like wearing traditional metal braces, but they still require periodic adjustments from your dentist or orthodontist.
Candidate For Dental Porcelain Veneers in Miami
- You can be a candidate for dental porcelain veneers if you have:
- Crooked or misaligned teeth,
- Large gaps between your teeth that make your smile look small and unappealing,
- Chipped or broken teeth that are looking unsightly,
- Teeth that are discolored due to staining caused by food and/or drinks.
- Teeth that are worn down beyond what you can get from a normal cleaning and polishing.
- If your teeth have been damaged by grinding, biting on hard objects or chewing tough foods.
Discuss With Your Dentist
If you’re uncertain whether veneers are the right treatment for you or your crooked teeth, contact us. We will be able to determine if veneers are the best option for straightening your teeth.
Your dentist may also recommend that you consider other cosmetic dentistry procedures such as Invisalign® clear aligners or braces before deciding on a course of treatment.
Porcelain Veneers vs Composite Veneers
A composite is usually cheaper and easier to apply than a porcelain veneer. Composite is made from a plastic resin mixed with pigments or dyes, then layered on top of the tooth to make it look whiter. A porcelain veneer is made from ceramic material that has been fired in a kiln at high temperatures, then ground down so that it fits perfectly over your teeth without being too thick or too thin like the other type of material. Porcelain also looks more natural than composite because there aren’t any dyes involved when making them — they are pure white all around! The downside to this kind of treatment is that if chipping occurs during wear time due to normal use (eats/drinks), chips will show up very visibly under UV light; however, this can be avoided by using an adhesive bond instead which adheres directly onto teeth without applying any additional materials onto them first (like putty).