For as long as you’ve known your friend Jenny, she has gone to great lengths to hide her smile. In all of the selfies you’ve shared over the years, Jenny doesn’t show her teeth. But, more recently, you couldn’t help but notice a significant change in your friend—she frequently and fearlessly flashes her bright and beautiful smile. When you asked Jenny about her transformation, she shared that she got dental veneers—which got you thinking…
How do veneers work? And, could they be right for me?
Dental veneers are thin shells that cover the tooth. Because they address a number of cosmetic dentistry issues, veneers are often a favorite option for people looking to restore or improve their smile. Veneers may be an option for individuals who have one or more of the following:
There are two main types of veneers: porcelain and resin-based composite.
At Chester County Family Dentistry (CCFD) we offer our dental patients porcelain veneers as a superior product. For many, porcelain veneers last 20-plus years (with proper care and optimum oral hygiene.)
The veneers’ process requires a series of steps, which include:
While dental veneers are a wonderful option to improve a variety of dental issues, they may not be suitable for everyone. Veneers may not be the best option for people who have:
The best way to know—for sure—if porcelain veneers are right for you is to have a consultation with Dr. Montgomery or Dr. Dunn.
If you have a friend like Jenny, who has been able to boost her smile and confidence, we can help you too! In addition to veneers, we offer several other cosmetic dental services for our patients—including dental implants, teeth whitening, cosmetic bonding, and more.
To see which type of cosmetic dentistry option is right for you, schedule a consultation now. Or, call one of our CCFD team members at 610-431-0600 with any questions you may have.