Brighten Your Smile with Dental Veneers

Teeth start to yellow over time, and even people with near perfect dental hygiene can suffer from enamel loss, yellowing, and decay. Porcelain veneers are a great solution to cosmetic dentistry problems. At Personal Attention Dental Center, our dentists are experts at assessing your dental needs and deciding if veneers are the right option for you. While many people may see celebrities showing off perfect pearly veneer smiles, each situation is unique and veneers aren’t necessarily suitable for everyone. With porcelain dental veneers, Panama City, FL clients can brighten their smile, improve confidence, and find a solution for bother some cosmetic dental issues.

Preparing for Veneers

Veneers are often completed over a few weeks. The first appointment you schedule will help us determine if you’re a candidate for veneers. If you are, we can create a mockup of your teeth to show you what your smile will look like after the procedure. This is a great way to visualize what your smile looks like now and what it will look like with dental veneers. Panama City, FL clients love being able to see their new teeth during the mockup, and it can help to ease any fears you may have about the procedure.

Your veneers are custom made for your teeth using layers of thin porcelain. This can take a few days, so you will likely have another appointment within a week to place the veneers. You will have your original enamel slightly worn down by the dentist to insure that the veneer adheres properly. While you may experience some sensitivity after the procedure, it’s usually gone within a few days.

Benefits of Dental Veneers

Patients like this type of cosmetic dentistry because it’s virtually painless. With dental veneers, Panama City, FL clients are walking around with a brand new smile in a matter of weeks with no long healing times or lengthy surgeries. Being made from porcelain, your new veneers will resist future coffee, tea, and cola stains, meaning that you’ll have a much brighter smile for years to come. There is also no special care protocol. You simply brush and floss as usual, and continue regular dental checkups each year, and your veneers should last a long time.

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