Why Veneers Remain a Popular Choice For Correcting Your Smile

Your smile says a lot about you. It shows when you’re happy and when you’re having fun. But when your teeth are stained, chipped, cracked, or misaligned, it can hurt your confidence and make you hide your smile. At AnnMarie Olson DDS PA, our expert team understands the role healthy teeth play in being comfortable with your smile and we want you to show yours off. 

You don’t need perfect teeth to have a share-worthy smile, but we do know first impressions matter and nothing says confidence like a beautiful smile filled with straight, white teeth. That’s why we’re here talking about veneers and why they’re such a popular choice for fixing your teeth issues and gaining a winning smile.

Veneers whiten teeth

When you opt for veneers, we place custom-designed wafer-like shells over the fronts of your teeth. Made from porcelain, these veneers give your teeth a fresh, new window dressing. If you’re only covering one or two teeth, these shells can be made to match the current shade of the surrounding teeth or, if you’re having all of your front teeth covered, the veneers can be made whiter.

Because of the range of options, many of our patients opt for veneers so they have the ability to transform stained, yellowing teeth into a row of pearly whites. It doesn’t matter what’s caused your discoloration, veneers can fix it. Whether your teeth are stained from your morning cup of coffee and your evening glass of wine, or your natural enamel has begun to wear down and allows the brown dentin to show through, veneers brighten your smile and hide those unsightly stains.

Veneers mask chips and cracks

Beyond whitening your teeth, veneers can cover up teeth imperfections like chips and cracks. Whether your teeth have been abused through years worth of playing sports or from munching on popcorn, veneers can hide the cracks and chips that draw people’s attention to your flawed teeth. After your veneers are placed, each treated tooth looks solid and firm, with no evidence of the previous wear and tear.

Veneers even out your smile

Over the years, some of your teeth may wear down more than others. Or perhaps they’ve all worn down and your teeth now look too small for your smile. We use veneers to even out patients’ front teeth and improve other irregularities so they can smile without fear of judgement or ridicule.

Veneers fill gaps

When you have gaps between your teeth, you can use veneers to fill the spaces, giving you a smile that looks full and aligned. But filing these spaces doesn’t just make your smile better, it also improves the health of your teeth and allows for better flossing and oral hygiene.

Veneers straighten teeth

Depending on the severity of your misaligned teeth, you may even be able to straighten them with veneers. Minor rotations and slight misalignments can easily be fixed with veneers and don’t require the years of discomfort associated with braces and other orthodontics.

When you want to improve your smile, it’s time to consider veneers. With our help, you can have custom-fit veneers ready before you know it and be on your way to a smile you can’t wait to show off. If you’re ready to see how veneers can transform your smile, please give us a call at 512-212-5231or use the online scheduling tool on this website to request an appointment.

Your smile says a lot about you. It shows when you’re happy and when you’re having fun. But when your teeth are stained, chipped, cracked, or misaligned, it can hurt your confidence and make you hide your smile. At AnnMarie Olson DDS PA, our expert team understands the role healthy teeth play in being comfortable with your smile and we want you to show yours off. 

You don’t need perfect teeth to have a share-worthy smile, but we do know first impressions matter and nothing says confidence like a beautiful smile filled with straight, white teeth. That’s why we’re here talking about veneers and why they’re such a popular choice for fixing your teeth issues and gaining a winning smile.

Veneers whiten teeth

When you opt for veneers, we place custom-designed wafer-like shells over the fronts of your teeth. Made from porcelain, these veneers give your teeth a fresh, new window dressing. If you’re only covering one or two teeth, these shells can be made to match the current shade of the surrounding teeth or, if you’re having all of your front teeth covered, the veneers can be made whiter.

Because of the range of options, many of our patients opt for veneers so they have the ability to transform stained, yellowing teeth into a row of pearly whites. It doesn’t matter what’s caused your discoloration, veneers can fix it. Whether your teeth are stained from your morning cup of coffee and your evening glass of wine, or your natural enamel has begun to wear down and allows the brown dentin to show through, veneers brighten your smile and hide those unsightly stains.

Veneers mask chips and cracks

Beyond whitening your teeth, veneers can cover up teeth imperfections like chips and cracks. Whether your teeth have been abused through years worth of playing sports or from munching on popcorn, veneers can hide the cracks and chips that draw people’s attention to your flawed teeth. After your veneers are placed, each treated tooth looks solid and firm, with no evidence of the previous wear and tear.

Veneers even out your smile

Over the years, some of your teeth may wear down more than others. Or perhaps they’ve all worn down and your teeth now look too small for your smile. We use veneers to even out patients’ front teeth and improve other irregularities so they can smile without fear of judgement or ridicule.

Veneers fill gaps

When you have gaps between your teeth, you can use veneers to fill the spaces, giving you a smile that looks full and aligned. But filing these spaces doesn’t just make your smile better, it also improves the health of your teeth and allows for better flossing and oral hygiene.

Veneers straighten teeth

Depending on the severity of your misaligned teeth, you may even be able to straighten them with veneers. Minor rotations and slight misalignments can easily be fixed with veneers and don’t require the years of discomfort associated with braces and other orthodontics.

When you want to improve your smile, it’s time to consider veneers. With our help, you can have custom-fit veneers ready before you know it and be on your way to a smile you can’t wait to show off. If you’re ready to see how veneers can transform your smile, please give us a call at 512-212-5231or use the online scheduling tool on this website to request an appointment.

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