Use Veneers As ‘Instant Orthodontics’
If you know someone who has porcelain veneers, you probably assume they received the treatment because they had chips, cracks or heavy staining on their teeth. It’s true that veneers work wonders for patients who have those issues. But veneers also can be used as a form of “instant orthodontics.”
Not sure what we mean by that? Allow us to explain. At New Albany Implants, we have used veneers on countless patients who have gaps in their smile or mildly crooked teeth.
Straighter Teeth With Veneers
If you have a single tooth in the front of your smile that has bothered you for years, look into veneers. Porcelain veneers can fix mildly crooked teeth while simultaneously brightening your smile. Our veneers are discreet and easy to apply. In fact, you can have your permanent veneer in as little as two visits. The procedure requires removing a portion of your tooth’s enamel and then taking molds of your mouth. While we prepare your permanent veneer, you will wear a temporary veneer.
Our veneers are extremely durable and can match the natural color of your teeth. While we expect our veneers to fix those mildly crooked teeth, veneers cannot correct overbites or underbites – only traditional orthodontic treatment can fix those issues.
If you’re on the fence about our veneers, call us today and schedule an appointment. We’d be happy to show you before and after photos of patients who have had their smile transformed with our porcelain veneers.