Smile Rejuvenation with Personalized Porcelain Veneers
Teeth can accumulate wear and tear through time or may have imperfections that affect your confidence in smiling. Many people are self-conscious about genuinely smiling due to chips, cracks, discolorations, and wear. The good news is that your teeth don’t have to stay in that condition for long! Dental veneers offer a long-term solution to correcting tooth imperfections and improving your smile’s appearance. If you live in Austin, Texas, or neighboring communities, you can come to Greenbelt Dental Health for quality veneer treatment.
How Veneers Work to Enhance Your Teeth
Dental veneers are ultra-thin shells composed of composite or porcelain material that Dr. Christopher Naranjo bonds to the surface of your teeth to hide imperfections and improve their appearance. Porcelain veneers are extremely popular due to their resilient, stain-resistant properties and natural-looking tooth-colored appearance. If your teeth are:
- stained or discolored
- worn, chipped, or cracked
- gapped or
- slightly uneven,
you could benefit from veneer treatment. At Greenbelt Dental Health, we offer quality, customized, dental veneers to give you a dazzling smile that lasts for years.
BEFORE AND AFTER VENEERS TREATMENT OF ACTUAL PATIENT
There’s no substitute for a beautiful, healthy smile! Porcelain veneers will give your smile a whole new look, which can also enhance your entire appearance and attitude. Veneers offer an affordable, accessible means of perfecting your smile, as your treatment requires no surgery and can be completed in as little as two dental visits.
Your Smile is Worth Fixing!
If you’ve been hiding your smile due to imperfect teeth, porcelain veneer treatment can motivate you to smile more often, opening all kinds of doors for your future. Improving your smile can help you feel good about yourself, making you a more positive, self-confident individual. Smiling makes meeting new people, making friends, and establishing long-term relationships easier and more exciting. Changing your smile could be the first step to changing your life for the better.