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5 Reasons You Should Consider Veneers

Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you. Even minor smile imperfections can lower your self-confidence and affect your self-esteem. If you desire a bright, sparkling smile, dental veneers may be a perfect fit for you. 

Dental veneers can transform your teeth into a vibrant, attractive smile. Our providers at Brite Dental Spa in Manhattan’s Midtown West neighborhood want you to have a smile that you can be proud of. 

We put together some more information about veneers, and if you live in New York City, we explain five advantages of choosing veneers at Brite Dental Spa. 

What are veneers?

Veneers are a popular choice for people with chipped or misshapen teeth. Veneers are also a good solution for closing gaps in teeth. These very thin covers adhere to the surface of your teeth to give you the perfect smile you’re after. 

At Brite Dental Spa, we offer a variety of dental veneer options from which to choose. 

The process of getting veneers

New veneers typically require three appointments. During the first visit, we discuss your dental history, bite problems, and aesthetic goals.

During your second visit, we prepare your teeth by trimming a very thin layer of the enamel to make room for the veneers. After we take an impression of your teeth, we send the mould to a dental lab to prepare your veneers.

At your final visit, we permanently bond your veneers to your teeth using dental cement.

Advantages of veneers

If you want to improve your smile, veneers are a simple option with many advantages. Here are the top five reasons to consider veneers. 

Veneers improve look and function

In the past, braces were the only option to correct your bite. Today, veneers can reshape and correct your bite to improve the look and function of your teeth. 

Veneers blend in naturally

Dental veneers are individualized and custom-made to blend naturally with the size, color and shape of your existing teeth. A full set of veneers produces a dazzling smile of similarly shaped and colored teeth.

Veneers protect teeth

Veneers adhere to your teeth. This means that veneers can protect damaged or cracked teeth. Veneers are a cost-effective solution for restoring one or a few teeth when you don’t need a full set of veneers.  

Veneers strengthen teeth

Veneers can make your teeth stronger. They’re composed of porcelain, a strong material that can reinforce tooth enamel and strengthen weak teeth. This reduces the risk of breakage.

Veneers provide a confidence boost

Veneers shield cosmetic dental imperfections and reveal a beautiful, attractive, natural-looking smile. If you’re ready to boost your confidence with a sparkling smile, then you’re ready to learn more about veneers. 

And while they don’t last forever, veneers can keep you smiling for 7-15 years, depending on how well you take care of them. 

To learn more, contact us to have your questions answered or to schedule an appointment with one of our highly skilled dental providers who specialize in veneers.

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