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Are Veneers Right For You?

You might think that dental veneers are a choice that only movie stars and models make to smooth over their dental issues. However, at Nobel Dental, in Los Angeles, Abraham Nobel, DDS, MPH, and his team offer veneers to fix many types of smile flaws for patients just like you. From large to small, superficial to severe, dental veneers can easily handle a number of smile problems, giving you the benefit of getting your happy, winning grin back, as well as your confidence.

Here are five smile flaws easily fixed with dental veneers:

1. Veneers can fix discolored teeth

Did you know this? Veneers aren’t just for severe smile issues; they’re useful for more cosmetic flaws, too, such as discoloration of your teeth. Veneers are a much easier and more effective solution than buying a home teeth whitening kit. They can fix discoloration from a variety of sources, including root canals, tetracycline stains, overuse of fluoride, or resin fillings.

2. Veneers can fix gaps between your teeth

If you have large gaps between your teeth, you probably feel self-conscious when you smile. While some people might embrace their gaps, not everyone can or wants to. Veneers can fill these gaps without moving your actual teeth. What’s more, you’ll find it much easier to eat things that could get stuck between your teeth, like steak and salad, when you have your new veneers.

3. Veneers can fix chipped or broken teeth

Any of these issues can make it hard to smile, especially if you know a broken, chipped, or otherwise damaged tooth is front and center for everyone to see. Veneers can cover the cracks or chips in otherwise healthy teeth. In fact, even teeth that aren’t broken but have been worn down over the years can be brought back to a healthy-looking state with the use of veneers.

4. Veneers can fix small teeth

Do you feel like your teeth are just too small? If you do, this might cause self-esteem issues, especially when your smile is too gummy because your teeth are small or don’t meet properly because of their size. Veneers can help with this, too. The concept here is similar to when veneers are used to repair worn-down teeth. You’ll now have a smile as big and bright as you’ve always wanted it to be!

5. Veneers can fix crooked teeth

Did you think it was possible? The truth is that veneers are a great option for fixing crooked teeth, especially if you’re way past the point where you want to deal with braces. Veneers can allow you to have the look of a straighter smile without the pain and difficulty of moving your teeth around with major orthodontic work.

6. Different materials to meet your needs

Don’t want to shave down or prepare the teeth? We have different materials to suit your needs. We can fabricate an all ceramic veneer or if the problem is minimal a chairside composite veneer. No problem is too small or too large to ameliorate! 

To learn whether you’re a candidate for veneers, and all of your oral health care needs, book an appointment online or over the phone with Nobel Dental today.

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