When you look in the mirror, do the imperfections in your smile jump out at you first? If so, you may benefit from a cosmetic dentistry procedure to brighten, enhance, or even completely renew your smile. With a versatile procedure like dental veneers, you can do all these things and more. Find out more about dental veneers with Dr. Elli Emmons at City Square Dental in Woodstock, IL.
What can veneers do for me?
Dental veneers fit onto the surface of the teeth to cover them and change their appearance. While a veneer can completely change the appearance of the tooth, it can also only change certain things, like the length or width or color of the tooth. Additionally, a veneer can repair cracks or chips in a tooth or even out a too-long, too-short, or pointy tooth. Veneers are a powerful cosmetic tool which, with help from your dentist, can renew your smile and help you feel as great as you look.
How does the procedure for veneers work?
Your dentist will most likely require several visits to properly design, create, and place your new veneers. You will need one appointment to consult with your dentist about your expectations and results and determine if this is the best procedure for your teeth. Your dentist may begin the preparation process at this visit, preparing the teeth to receive the veneers by removing a super-thin layer of enamel from their surfaces. If necessary, your dentist will place temporary veneers after taking an impression of the mouth. This ensures a natural look and strong bond between restoration and tooth. At a follow-up appointment, your dentist will remove any temporary veneers and fit and permanently place the final restorations onto your teeth.
Dental Veneers in Woodstock, IL
If you think you could benefit from veneers, it is important to consult with your dentist to ensure that another cosmetic dentistry procedure would not better suit your wishes. For more information on dental veneers, please contact Dr. Emmons at City Square Dental in Woodstock, IL. Call 815-337-1932 to schedule your appointment with Dr. Emmons today!