Dental veneers are one of the most popular restorative oral health options in the country. Seeing as they help fix everything from deep enamel stains to chips, cracks, and moderate tooth fractures, it makes sense that so many people are trying to get their teeth fitted for veneers.
However, knowing when you do and don’t need veneers can be tricky. Let’s see when Dr. Bennett Packard or Dr. David Packard here at Creekside Dental in Yakima, Washington recommends you get veners.
Deep enamel stains
Just because professional whitening hasn’t been able to get your teeth to the shade of white you desire doesn’t mean getting there is impossible. While deep enamel stains can prove frustrating, dental veneers are a great option to give your teeth a brand new surface that’s white and shiny – far better than living with stained teeth.
Once in place, veneers give your smile a new look and after getting them on you’ll leave our office with much more confidence than when you entered.
Veneers work great at fixing small imperfections in your smile as well. From minor to moderate cracks, chips, fractures, and other imperfections, veneers can cover up any unseemly issue with your smile and completely change the look of your smile.
It’s easy to see why veneers are such a popular option, and why so many different people are choosing them for their cosmetic dentistry needs. If you’re ready to make the jump to veneers, call us today at 509.577.8277 to see how we can help.