Think porcelain veneers in Selbyville are only for Hollywood movie stars? While it’s likely your favorite celebrity has received some form of cosmetic dentistry to achieve that radiant smile, this popular method of treatment isn’t just for the rich and famous. Even if you aren’t rubbing elbows with those in L.A. or New York, Dr. James Kramer can give you a star-worthy smile by hiding imperfections and completely transforming your aesthetics. If you’re ready to take the next step and make a positive change to your smile’s appearance, call our office today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kramer.
Porcelain veneers work by hiding smile imperfections. Whether it is stains, discolorations, gaps between teeth, chips, cracks, or misshapen teeth, veneers are custom-made to blend in and look completely natural.
The process for placing them requires removing a small portion of the enamel from the surface of each tooth in order for the bonding agent to properly adhere. After taking impressions of your teeth, your cosmetic dentist will send them off for dental lab technicians to use as a blueprint in creating your customized veneers.
Once they are ready, you will return to our office to have each veneer carefully placed. It takes a skillful hand and artistic eye to successfully place porcelain veneers, which is why Dr. Kramer is one of the best.
Apart from the improved aesthetic you will see after having your porcelain veneers put into place, there is a host of other benefits you will enjoy, including:
If you’re embarrassed by your smile or simply wish to hide a few areas that are visible to others, porcelain veneers might just be the right solution for you. You will need to have good oral health, as gum disease or tooth decay can negatively impact not only your teeth and gums but also the lifespan of your veneers. It is imperative that you have these issues treated before moving forward with porcelain veneers.
Should you avoid receiving treatment for tooth decay or gum disease and have veneers put into place, you will end up spending more time and money trying to fix the issue than you would if you had taken care of the issue in the first place.
Only Dr. Kramer can decide if you are ready for treatment, which is why a consultation is so important.