Do you absolutely love your smile? If you have a few smile flaws that you wish you could improve, you might be interested in learning more about porcelain veneers in Chesterfield.
Porcelain veneers thin, translucent, shells that attach to the front surface of your tooth in order to beautify and enhance it. Dr. Robert Rahm bonds the porcelain veneers to your tooth after custom fabricating it to the size, shape, and tooth shade that fits your smile. Once secured, your new veneer can keep you beautiful for five to ten years.
What Can Porcelain Veneers Fix?
- Yellow or severely stained teeth—often from injury, trauma, illness, root canal therapy, tobacco use, medications, or fluoride treatments
- Enamel wear-and-tear or erosion
- Chipped or broken teeth
- Oddly shaped, uneven, or misaligned teeth
- Gaps between teeth
- Stubby teeth
- Gummy smiles
- Pointed teeth
If you have a chipped or cracked tooth, you may opt for only one porcelain veneer. Other Chesterfield patients may choose multiple tooth veneers for a symmetrical and balanced smile.
Dental veneers do not stain the way natural teeth do, and they look like your existing teeth. During your dental veneer appointment with Dr. Rahm, you can go through all your smile makeover options and any alternatives that can treat the smile flaw you have.
Does Your Smile Make You Happy?
If you're not completely satisfied with your teeth and gums, you don't have to wish you could do something about it. At Chesterfield Valley Dental, your options are limitless. We can go over which smile flaws bother you. Are your teeth dull and yellowed from genetics, natural aging, trauma, or substantial nicotine use? Do you have small and stubby teeth that you wish were longer? If you have spaces between your teeth, porcelain veneers can fix that. Smile flaws are all different, but our method of improving them is reliable and straightforward.
Contact Our Chesterfield MO Dental Clinic
The first step is designing the smile you want and going through the process with our experienced cosmetic dentist, Dr. Rahm. We look forward to helping you take action on one aspect of your life that doesn't make you completely happy.