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A Cosmetic Dental Option Designed to Hide a Variety of Tooth Flaws

If your teeth are healthy, but your smile isn’t as flattering as you would like, dental veneers in Paddington Dentistry may be the answer you’ve been looking for—a way to help conceal a variety of tooth flaws.

How Dental Veneers Work

Dental veneers are thin shells that go over the front of your teeth, and they are coloured to help match with your smile. These shells are designed to conceal tooth flaws and other specific issues like:

 

  • Helping camouflage gummy smiles
  • Helping cover a misshapen tooth or teeth
  • Helping hide small gaps between teeth
  • Helping give the appearance of uniform height to your teeth
  • Helping make slightly crooked teeth appear straighter
  • Helping give teeth a cleaner or brighter look

Are Veneers the Right Choice?

Our dentist will examine your teeth and gums to make sure veneers are the proper choice for your smile goals and the best option for your oral health.

Veneers are usually durable if you take proper care of them, but it’s essential to avoid biting down on items like ice or stone—we also recommend not doing this even if you don’t have veneers.

Veneers are meant to resist stains, and they do not decay, which makes care easy. Our dentist will explain the best way to see to the upkeep of your veneers. Remember, however, that even though your veneers can’t decay, they also cannot protect your gums from bacteria. This is why it’s essential to keep up with brushing, flossing, and regular dental visits.

At Paddington Dentistry, we want you to get the most out of your veneers, and we are always ready to offer tips to help you maintain and care for your veneers after placement.

If you have any questions about veneers in Paddington Dentistry, we welcome you to call to our dental clinic and speak with a member of our caring team. We have several other cosmetic dentistry options on our service page.

 

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.