5 Reasons You Should Consider Veneers

Your smile power is unmistakable. After all, it’s most often the first thing others notice about you. If you’re self-conscious about smile imperfections, don’t let your face carry a perpetual frown in public settings. Do something about your smile with a cosmetic makeover using dental veneers. 

Dental veneers can transform your teeth into a beautiful, attractive smile. The talented cosmetic dentists at The Masters Dental Group provide numerous dental solutions for people throughout San Antonio, Texas. 

In a consultation at our office, we can discuss how veneers could completely transform your smile. Consider this a starting point, and take a few moments to learn more.

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are a popular choice for people with blemished, chipped, or misshapen teeth who want to close gaps or renew their smile without lots of costly and time-consuming dental work. 

They’re very thin shells, mostly made from porcelain, and they adhere to the surface of your teeth to give you the perfect smile. 

How do I get veneers?

You begin the process of getting new dental veneers with a cosmetic consultation at The Masters Dental Group. Our cosmetic dentist discusses your dental history, reviews any bite problems, and talks about your aesthetic goals.

Your teeth are cleaned so we can obtain the exact shade of coloring for your veneers. The dentist then removes a thin coat of enamel from the front of your teeth, to make room for the veneers. Molds are prepared so the lab can create your custom dental veneers. 

When you return to our office, the veneers are expertly placed and adhered using special dental cement. When you leave, your smile is Hollywood-ready! 

Why should I consider veneers?

If you’re considering dental veneers to improve your smile, you should review their many advantages. Here are the top five:  

Veneers improve look and function

In the past, braces were the only choice to correct your bite. Today, veneers can reshape and correct your bite to improve the look and function of your teeth. 

Veneers blend in naturally

Your dental veneers from The Masters Dental Group are custom-made so they blend naturally with the size, shape, and color of your existing teeth. No one can tell you’ve had dental work. 

Veneers protect your teeth

Veneers adhere solidly to your teeth and protect any that may be cracked or damaged. Plus, dental veneers are a very cost-effective solution for restoring one or just a few teeth when you don’t need a full set.  

Veneers strengthen teeth

The porcelain material used to make your veneers actually reinforces the front tooth enamel, providing extra strength. This is especially helpful for weak teeth and can actually reduce your risk of breakage. 

Veneers give you confidence

Your custom dental veneers hide cosmetic imperfections and instead, reveal a beautiful, attractive, and natural-looking smile.

Get more information, including how long your veneers can last and how best to care for them, in a cosmetic veneer consultation at The Masters Dental Group. Call or contact us online to schedule your appointment with our cosmetic dentists

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