Veneers Can Help You Smile With Confidence

Veneers Can Help You Smile With Confidence

It’s been said a smile is worth a thousand words, but your smile is worth so much more than that. By flashing your pearly whites, you have the ability to change someone’s day. In just one-tenth of a second, your smile can make or break a first impression. Shouldn’t you do everything you can to ensure this valuable asset dazzles and beguiles those in your orbit?

In today’s “selfie society” the appearance of your teeth means a lot. Your social media presence is out there for the world to see, including potential employers or romantic interests. Dental veneers are a popular way to improve the appearance of your teeth and create meaningful, positive, and lasting impressions with those you meet. They can also help you feel more confident and satisfied with your appearance. 

Achieving a beautiful smile is so easy with dental veneers. Today’s veneers are more affordable than ever, and custom detailing ensures they’ll never appear as anything less than your own perfect teeth. Misty Henne, DMD and Chloe Chu, DDS at Cherry Family Dental will work with you to make sure you’re satisfied and delighted with the look and feel of your veneers.

What Are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells of tooth-like material (typically porcelain or resin compound) that fit over your existing tooth and are bonded to the tooth’s surface in order to change the color, size, shape, and length of the teeth and make them more attractive. Through a safe and simple procedure, you can take your beautiful smile to a whole new level. The results are astonishing!

The Evolution of Dental Veneers

The idea for dental veneers arose out of necessity in the film industry. A California dentist came up with fabricated veneers that would adhere temporarily, changing the appearance of actors’ teeth. That was nearly a century ago, and dental veneers have evolved to be a popular, and highly sought after, means of turning less-than-perfect teeth into a lovely and flattering feature.

With today’s technology and advances in bonding agents and cements, it’s easier than ever to achieve a dazzling smile and keep that smile for decades. The durability of modern veneers is amazing, and the porcelains and resin compounds used today are nearly impervious to stain and discoloration. The investment you make in your smile will pay for itself in the many years of satisfaction gained by having dental veneers.

More Than Just a Pretty Smile

Dental veneers can resolve a multitude of issues, including crooked, misaligned teeth, teeth that are stained or yellowed from years of bad habits, and teeth that are chipped or cracked. You are by no means destined to live your life with your less-than-perfect teeth. Dental veneers not only change smiles, but they also give you a reason to smile.

Investing in dental veneers also promotes a healthier mouth all the way around. Gum disease is an affliction that can go far beyond your mouth. Unhealthy teeth and gums can wreak havoc on your cardiovascular system and leave you open to infections. Because you want to keep your dental veneers in lasting condition, you are more likely to brush regularly, floss, and see your dentist every six months.

Highly Satisfied

It’s no wonder dental veneers have such a high satisfaction rate. The ease of application, durability, and long-lasting results make dental veneers well worth the investment in time and budget. Your beautiful teeth will look and feel like your own because they are. Only better.

Your smile says a lot about you. Don’t let another day go by risking those first impressions. Whether you have a broken or chipped tooth, unsightly stains, gaps, or simply lack the confidence that your teeth are all they could be and more, contact Cherry Family Dental by calling 408-495-4730 or request an appointment online

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