How Veneers Can Help Reshape Your Smile

How Veneers Can Help Reshape Your Smile

Find out how porcelain veneers can truly transform your teeth.

Do you want to get a smile that is free of dental flaws and imperfections? Well, who doesn’t? And the good news is you don’t have to go through time-consuming and aggressive treatments in order to get the smile you want. If you are ready to give your smile a makeover veneerstalk to your Lumberton, NC dentist Dr. Colin Osborne, III about getting dental veneers.

What are Dental Veneers?

Sometimes referred to as porcelain veneers, these thin layers of porcelain are adhered to the front surface of your teeth to hide dental flaws. Because they are made out of porcelain they are durable and designed to match both the shape and shade of your teeth to give you a natural-looking smile.

Can Veneers Help Me?

If you are dealing with teeth that are misshapen, chipped, cracked, discolored or slightly crooked then you could be a great candidate for porcelain veneers. They can also be used to cover over small gaps between teeth and hide minor crowding. Therefore, if you’ve always wanted to have a straighter smile but haven’t wanted to go through the commitment to wear braces to fix your minor issues, veneers may be able to help.

The first step is to talk to your Lumberton, NC cosmetic dentist about veneers. When you come in for your consultation we want to address your goals for treatment to make sure veneers align with them so we can get you the ideal smile. Be vocal when it comes to what you want but make sure you are realistic in your cosmetic requests. While veneers are extremely versatile they aren’t suitable for all dental issues.

Ready to find out if you are a good candidate for this cosmetic treatment? Then it’s time you setup a consultation at our Lumberton dental office. Give us a call today and let us know you are interested in dental veneers.

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