Have you ever wanted to give your teeth a total makeover? You might not be satisfied with a simple whitening or cleaning. Well, we’ve got a solution for you. Dental veneers are an excellent option for those of you looking to put your smile back in order. Today we’re going to be going over the good and bad things about veneers so that you can determine whether or not they are right for you. Are you ready to learn more? Well, here we go!
There’s a lot to love about veneers.
Veneers provide a painless and highly attractive solution for your smile. They can restore the strength, whiteness, and beauty of your teeth easily. We offer Lumineers, a new type of veneers that don’t require any sort of prep work. In the past, a patient had to have a small layer of enamel scraped off of their teeth so that the veneers could be placed properly. This could lead to major tooth sensitivity and other issues. This is now a thing of the past. Our veneers can restore gaps, chips, discoloration, and other unsightly problems in as little as two visits.
There are some things that may give you pause.
Some people do not like veneers because, in the end, they are artificial. They look and feel real, but are not a natural option, to be sure. Another reason that people may be turned off to the idea of veneers is because they are permanent. Once they are on, they are one and there is no going back. Eventually, veneers need to be replaced as well. Our system is proven to last over 20 years, but it is still something to keep in mind.
Ready for your new veneers?
Call Affinity Dental. Affinity Dental’s team of experienced and highly personable dentists have the technology and skill necessary to make oral surgery quick and painless. Affinity Dental is dedicated to providing Maryland with the best dental service and oral surgery practices in the state. We offer morning, evening, and weekend hours to accommodate our patients and provide access to care to fit your busy schedule. We’re trained and equipped to tackle any dental problem you have, from routine cleaning to advanced oral surgery.
Contact us by phone at 410-719-7900, or on our website.
Our doctors and staff are dedicated to improving your dental health!