January 22, 2017
Enamel is strong, but it’s not perfect. By this time in your life, it’s not unusual to see chips or worn edges on your teeth. The same is true for losing that healthy, white color. That’s why you need to call us today at 816-399-5539 and schedule an appointment for dental veneers.
Dr. Stiver are well trained in cosmetic dentistry. You can get your teeth instantly made over with his help.
What Are Dental Veneers?
To put it simply, the look of your teeth matters. Smiling is not just natural and fun, it’s how we communicate with others. When you show a smile full of stained or damaged teeth, it can have a negative effect on things. The reverse is also true. When your smile looks bright and healthy, people are going to want to speak with you more.
Dental veneers help turn an unsightly smile into a beautiful one. They’re durable, thin covers for the front of your teeth. Our dentists will measure your teeth accurately and make sure your veneers are custom-fitted for you. Each looks like a healthy version of the tooth it will cover.
A dental veneer procedure is quick and routine. Our dentists not only have the training to use them safely, they have many years of practical experience placing dental veneers just right. That’s why you should call our Kansas City, MO dental office today and make an appointment.
Where Dental Veneers Came From
Like other cosmetic dentistry treatments, dental veneers can be traced back to the movies.
Back when movies were becoming popular, many actors didn’t have great teeth. To be fair, not many people did. But actors needed to look great on film. Since they used makeup a lot, it only made sense to try makeup for teeth.
The first veneers were acrylic They wouldn’t last long; actors would only wear them for one scene at a time. The problems was how to get dental veneers to stick to enamel. They just kept sliding off.
By the 1950s, things were changing. First, new “space age” materials became available that made dental veneers look just like enamel. Then someone realized that paint sticks better when the surface is rough. Dentists began painlessly etching enamel on teeth before placing the dental veneers. This helped them stay put.
Today, you can call our Kansas City, MO dental office at 816-399-5539 and get dental veneers that will last 10 years or longer. All those stains and imperfections can suddenly disappear, giving you a beautiful smile.
What Dental Veneers Can Do For You
Dental veneers are a cosmetic dentistry treatment. That means your smile will look fantastic with dental veneers in place. Here’s exactly how this can happen for you.
Every time you eat or drink something dark like coffee or chocolate, a tiny amount gets stuck on your teeth. At first, these are way too small to see. But given enough time, they build up and make your white teeth look dull and dark. Smoking only makes this worse. You can even have intrinsic stains that teeth whitening cannot reach.
That’s why you need to call our Kansas City, MO dental office today for dental veneers. Our dentists are expertly trained to place dental veneers correctly on your teeth. Instantly, your dull smile will look bright and healthy once more.
SEAL UP DAMAGE
Being active has its risks. If you play sports or bike, you could easily have an accident that leaves you with chipped teeth. Even if you’ve been lucky, the edges of your teeth can be worn down irregularly by teeth grinding. Such damage is not just unattractive. They’re weak points in your enamel.
By calling us today, you can get dental veneers that hide all that damage from view. Even better, veneers will seal up damaged spots like chips. This adds a layer of protection to your teeth and ensures the damage won’t grow worse.
COVER SMALL GAPS BETWEEN TEETH
Most people get orthodontics when they’re younger to straighten their teeth. This includes getting your teeth side-by-side like they should be. But not everyone did that as a teen. Even then, years of chewing can give you small gaps between your teeth.
Call us today to get dental veneers that can cover those small gaps. Our dentists are experienced enough to know when to make your veneers slightly bigger in spots. When placed on your teeth, they’ll cover those small gaps.