Closeup portrait of young woman getting shade of teeth selected by dental professional for treatment purposesTaking care of your smile is a process that often means much more than just attending your routine checkups. As a matter of fact, providing care means doing what you can in order to give your smile the greatest chances of success in the future. This involves brushing, flossing, and rinsing with an antiseptic mouthwash at home, as well as paying mind to the ways certain elements of your diet can influence your smile’s appearance. In today’s blog, your Leawood, KS dentist explores the treatment options available for addressing several surface-level concerns, and how porcelain veneers can treat them all.

A Lifetime of Wear and Tear

Believe it or not, your smile endures a significant amount of wear and tear over the course of your life. Not only do you have to worry about the effects of hyperactive oral bacteria, but you must also be prepared for dental emergencies that cause a range of concerns as well as the effects of your diet.

Indeed, even age in and of itself can influence how your smile appears, as over time, teeth tend to take on a duller hue. With all of these factors occurring in conjunction with one another, it is no wonder we seek alternative ways to enhance our smile’s shine. Fortunately, this is where cosmetic treatment comes in to help.

When a person is having to deal with a smile riddled with different kinds of cosmetic blemishes determining the best treatment option may seem tricky. With the help of porcelain veneers, however, you can rest assured knowing that a single treatment can correct all of your smile needs. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, give our office a call today.

Avoiding Extensive Treatment

One of the biggest misconceptions about cosmetic treatment is that it requires extensive care. On the contrary, cosmetic care aims to address surface-level concerns, therefore it is a surface-level procedure. In other words, you do not have to worry about invasive treatment and recovery times.

Porcelain veneers consist of ultra-thin shells of dental porcelain that are bonded to the surfaces of your teeth. Due to the uncanny resemblance between the material used and a natural tooth, most will not even be able to tell you received treatment! Contact our team to learn more today.

What You Get From the Process

Your porcelain veneer appointment will take place over the course of two visits. The first is to take your measurements and create the custom shells, and the second allows us to place them and bond them securely. Best of all? The process only requires a minimal amount of enamel sculpting, and then you will be good to go!

Schedule Your Visit

Contact Dreem Dentistry in Leawood, KS by calling 913-681-5500 to schedule your next appointment with our team and learn more about the different ways cosmetic dentistry can be used to help enhance your smile.