Anyone considering porcelain veneers to improve their smile knows they’re designed to create improved aesthetics. But does having an improved smile with porcelain veneers still look natural? It’s a common concern for patients seeking a Sarasota dentist to apply porcelain veneers. To address your concerns, Strickland Family Dentistry has compiled everything a dentist near you knows about porcelain veneers.
Just as everyone’s smiles are different by natural, the perfect smile is also going to be different for each and every patient. When most people think of “perfect” teeth, they imagine bright white, and even unnatural looking teeth. In truth, that look works for some, but not most. You can rest assured, your veneers dentist in Sarasota will match your veneers to your unique facial structure, and even the whites of your eyes. A good dentist is trained in how to match veneers to your needs.
Placing your porcelain veneers will require two visits to your dentist in Sarasota. The first time, a small enamel layer is removed. Impressions are made of your teeth, and temporary veneers are applied. Meanwhile, the impression is sent out to an expert ceramist will create your future veneers.
Once created, you’ll return for your second visit, and after a careful inspection of the veneers, the permanent veneers will be applied. Don’t worry, you’ll get to understand and see every step of the process. Your dentist will ensure everything is perfect before bonding the veneers. Once bonded, you immediately get the first glimpse of a new you.
Your veneers will last upwards of two decades with proper treatment. Brushing and closing gently around the veneers is critical. Not biting foods that are too hard, chewy, or crunchy also extends the life of veneers.
Strickland Family Dentistry knows you have many questions about veneers, and you can rest assured we are experts in the field. If you’re looking for a dentist in Sarasota to give you a beautiful, one-of-a-kind smile with excellent service, look no further than Strickland Family Dentistry.