Our dental practice is well versed in dental veneers. They are an increasingly popular procedure, and many of our patients request information about dental veneers and how they cover imperfections.
When you visit our veneers dentist in Encino for a consultation, our dentist will also evaluate your teeth and create a care plan for you. Additionally, you will learn more about dental veneers and how they work. They are useful for treating many different kinds of dental problems, such as:
• Broken or cracked teeth- Veneers are a valuable shield for a cracked or broken tooth. If your injured tooth is untreated, bacteria can enter the tooth at the site of the cracks or breaks and cause an infection.
• Crooked teeth- Often placing veneers is the most efficient way to treat tooth misalignment, especially if the issue needs only a slight adjustment. Depending on the circumstances, many of our professionals are beginning to prefer this option over traditional orthodontics.
• Severe instances of tooth decay- If tooth decay is a problem, our dentist may suggest a root canal and follow the procedure with veneers.
• Stained teeth- While a whitening treatment is what you need to eliminate stains on your teeth in most cases; there are times when the stains are so severe that applying veneers is the best way to disguise them.
Dental veneers are opaque, thin, and lightweight portions of tooth-colored porcelain or resin. After custom creation from imprints or digital imaging of your teeth, we bond the veneers directly to your teeth.
The porcelain and resin compound used by our Encino cosmetic dentist is durable and resists staining. Our dentist blends the color of the veneers to match with your natural teeth seamlessly. Once our dentist places and bonds your veneers you will find they are comfortable and inconspicuous in your mouth. Dental veneers can last up to 15 years or more with proper care.
Many of our patients are overjoyed with the results they get from veneers. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office to make an appointment for a no-obligation consultation.