How Veneers Help You Improve Your Smile

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Veneers are fabulous tools used in cosmetic dentistry to improve the aesthetics of a smile. If you are self-conscious about the look of your teeth, keep reading to find out how veneers can help:


They Look Like Real Teeth
Even though porcelain veneers are just thin shells that go over the front surfaces of the teeth, they very distinctly mimic the appearance of real teeth. They can instantly improve aesthetic issues that affect the size, shape, color, or even length of teeth. With new improvements in dental technology, veneers look more realistic than they ever have before and even utilize the light-reflecting properties of your natural teeth.

They Can Cover Up Worn Down Teeth
Temporomandibular joint disorders and bruxism (excessive grinding of the teeth and jaw clenching) can wreak havoc on your teeth if you do not give them the  proper care . Even normal wear and tear can affect the appearance of your smile. If your teeth are already worn down, you might feel like it is too late to get the smile you want. Luckily, your dentist can use veneers to cover up this wear and tear and give you back a beautiful smile that you cannot wait to show off to the world.

They Can Fill in Spaces between Gapped Teeth
Teeth that are too far apart negatively affect your bite and decrease the aesthetic appeal of your smile. If you are tired of looking at a mouth full of gapped teeth, talk to your dentist about how veneers can help. By covering your real teeth with these dental shells, you can fix issues with these gaps and feel more confident in your smile.

The dental team at University Associates in Dentistry can help you fix your cosmetic concerns with porcelain veneers that instantly improve your smile. We also specialize in dental implants, restorative dentistry, and permanent denture replacement to give you the results you desire.  For more information on our services , visit us online or call our Chicago dental practice at (888) 481-6598. 

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