How Veneers Can Renew Your Smile
By Fowlerville Family Dentistry
February 21, 2020
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: veneers  

There are many ways that veneers can renew your smile, whether it be through improving the color, shape, or alignment of your teeth. Here at Fowlerville Family Dentistry in Fowlerville, MI, our experienced dentists, Dr. Samuel Allen, Dr. Brian Giammalva, and Dr. Brian Petersburg, use this cosmetic treatment to give their patients' the smiles of their dreams—read on to learn more.

What are Veneers?

Veneers are extremely thin covers, generally made of porcelain, that are placed on the front surface of problem teeth. Veneers are custom-made for both the best fit and most natural look possible.

Benefits of Veneers

Veneers can be used to address a wide range of cosmetic concerns. For instance, placing a veneer over a crooked tooth can make the tooth appear straight. Stained or discolored teeth that have not responded to teeth whitening treatments can be given a flawless new appearance with veneers. Other cosmetic issues that can be fixed with veneers include:

  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Discolorations and stains
  • Excess space between teeth
  • Uneven tooth surfaces
  • Oddly-shaped teeth
  • Crooked teeth

Other major benefits of veneers are that they look and function like natural teeth. The color, size, and shape of veneers are customized to fit the patient's smile and look completely natural. Further, veneers can bite and chew food just like your other teeth. Finally, since veneers are cemented in place, there is the added benefit of security. There is no need to worry about your veneers slipping out of place.

Interested? Give Us a Call

If you are ready to renew your smile, veneers could be the solution you need. To learn more about how veneers can enhance your smile, speak with one of the knowledgeable dentists at our office in Fowlerville, MI. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Allen, Dr. Giammalva, or Dr. Petersburg, call Fowlerville Family Dentistry at (517) 223-8545.

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