If you’re looking to improve your smile, you’ve come to the right place. But with so many options, where do you begin?

Dental veneers are custom-made layers that cover your teeth to improve the overall appearance. Veneers last for seven to 15 years, which makes them a semi-permanent option for whitening.

There are five types of veneers, which include:

  • Porcelain
  • Composite
  • Palatal
  • Lumineers
  • Non-Permanent

In addition to giving you a pearly white smile, veneers also give you an added layer of protection.

Benefits of Dental Veneers

Veneers are typically used as an alternative to braces and crowns. While do they provide the same benefits as these dental treatments, veneers also have a variety of other benefits, which include:

  • Durability
  • Resistant to stains
  • Can be combined with other treatments
  • No downtime
  • Longevity

Cons of Dental Veneers

Despite the amazing benefits that veneers offer, there is a downside. Typically, veneers are not covered by dental insurance, so you’ll have to pay out of pocket.
Normally, the price ranges from $800 to $2,500. It’s also worth noting that the prices also depend on the type of veneers you wish to get.

Below is a list of other cons that come with veneers:

  • An increase of sensitivity of the teeth
  • The veneer procedure is irreversible
  • Teeth can still decay

Am I a candidate?

To determine whether or not you’re a candidate for dental veneers, think about why you want them. Are your teeth damaged and unresponsive to standard dental intervention? Do you want to improve your overall appearance?

Below is a list of possible factors that will make you a suitable candidate:

  • Chips
  • Cracks
  • Misalignment of the teeth
  • Discoloration
  • Gaps in the teeth

If you’re suffering from any of these dental problems, then you may a candidate for veneers. If you’re considering dental veneers, we offer free consultations in both or Downtown Phoenix and Scottsdale offices. Call today and let us give your smile a makeover.

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