Do Dental Veneers Last Forever?

Posted on: 8 December 2017
Many cosmetic dental procedures require ongoing maintenance, which isn't ideal if you've got a hectic schedule. If you don't want to deal with multiple teeth-whitening appointments each year or commit to caring for a set of Invisalign braces, consider dental veneers. Dental veneers don't last forever, but they are a long-term solution for patients who want a straight, stain-free smile. Who is a Good Candidate for Dental Veneers? Prior to applying veneers, a cosmetic dentist performs a thorough exam to ensure that you're a good candidate.
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Is That A Flashlight In Your Mouth? Or, Did You Just Follow These Teeth Whitening Tips?

Posted on: 11 October 2017
  If you want whiter teeth then the first thing you need to determine is whether or not your teeth can be whitened using traditional whitening methods. If your discoloration is caused from medications, a lack of enamel, health or genetic conditions, then you will need to go another route for your teeth whitening than what many others can choose. You may need to instead go with crowns or porcelain veneers for your whitening needs.
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Learn How To Get A Straighter Smile As An Adult

Posted on: 11 October 2017
When you are an adult with crooked teeth, it can often make you feel self-conscious and limit how much you smile on a daily basis. Getting the straight smile that you want may not be as difficult as you think. The following guide walks you through the steps to take to get the straight smile that you have always wanted. Meet with an Orthodontist The first thing you will need to do is you will need to meet with an orthodontist to determine what your options are when it comes to straightening your teeth.
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Misconceptions About Dental Veneers

Posted on: 13 September 2017
A dental veneer is a tooth-shaped piece of dental material that is bonded to the front of a tooth. The veneer, which hides the tooth and its flaws, can transform chipped, cracked, gapped, crooked and discolored teeth. Only the veneer, which looks like a perfectly shaped, healthy, white tooth, is visible.  Many people desire an application of veneers to improve the overall look of their teeth. However, they may be concerned about receiving veneers because of false information that they may have heard about them.
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