Dental Veneers Hide Small Imperfections

Dental veneers are a popular cosmetic treatment – across the country and at Watertown Dental Care. Patients seek out this option once their smile begins to show its age.

What Are Veneers?

Veneers are a super-thin piece of porcelain that can be bonded to your teeth to change their color, contour, or shape. A few can fix broken teeth, while an entire set can be life-changing. If one of these scenarios is familiar, then you may want to get dental veneers:

  • You have dark teeth from intrinsic stains (deep stains that affect the inner tooth layer).
  • Some of your teeth are tiny, and you want to increase their size.
  • You have a crooked smile.

The Application of Dental Veneers To Teeth

This process has advanced tremendously over time due to advancements in techniques and materials. Minimal preparation is involved, meaning that we remove a minimal amount of enamel before adhering the veneer to your tooth. This is done so it can stick on properly and so that the affected tooth is aligned with the rest of your natural smile. There are some rare cases when preparing a tooth like this isn’t necessary; it all depends on your personal goals.

Caring For Your Dental Veneers

There aren’t any extra steps you have to take. Just stick to your regular brushing and flossing routine! Your veneers can remain intact for many years with this approach. We also advise you avoid or reduce your intake of:

  • Wine
  • Coffee & tea
  • Tobacco products.

Ready to find out if veneers are right for you? Give our trusted dental team a call.

From color to size and shape, dental veneers can provide a solution for people who want a better-looking smile. These procedures are available at Watertown Dental Care in Watertown, SD and the surrounding area. Call us at 605-868-5326 to schedule a consultation and learn which option is the best for you.

A Dental Veneers Consultation Can Be Yours With A Call

  • Brighten discolored teeth
  • Fix misshapen teeth
  • Straighten the appearance of crooked teeth
  • Hide gaps, chips & cracks
  • Create smile uniformity!

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