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4 Reasons to Choose Veneers for a Hollywood Smile

4 Reasons to Choose Veneers for a Hollywood Smile

If your smile isn’t runway-ready, many solutions exist for a brighter smile. Dr. Benedict Kim at A Caring Dental Group in Cleveland, Ohio, offers comprehensive oral health care to keep your teeth and gums in top shape and also provides state-of-the-art cosmetic dentistry services to transform your smile into a Hollywood-worthy grin.

From advanced professional teeth whitening to durable, natural-looking dental implants, we can address every type of oral flaw. Veneers, one of our most popular treatments, solve several problems simultaneously, making them a great choice if you’re looking for a Hollywood smile. Here are four reasons to put veneers at the top of your aesthetics checklist.

What is a Hollywood smile?

A Hollywood smile is as close to perfect as possible. Celebrities who rely on their good looks to land leading roles know that every inch of their bodies and faces needs to be flawless, which is why so many turn to veneers to remake their mouths. 

Some of the biggest Hollywood A-listers sport dental veneers — Miley Cirus, Emma Watson, Emma Roberts, Zac Ephron, Cardi B, and Niall Horan, to name a few. Whether they want to close gaps, reduce a gummy smile, even out crooked edges, or whiten beyond white, celebrities rely on veneers to cover all types of dental imperfections.

Reasons to consider dental veneers

If you want to look like you belong on the red carpet, start with your smile. Well-aligned and bright white teeth with uniform size and shape give you a brilliant smile that attracts positive attention and makes you unforgettable. 

If that’s not enough, here are four reasons to talk to Dr. Kim about veneers.

1. Dental veneers are customizable

Veneers aren’t a one-size-fits-all treatment. We design them to fit perfectly in your mouth, conforming to the unique contours of your natural teeth and accomplishing your specific aesthetic goals. 

Veneers’ benefits are in their versatility. Dr. Kim can use veneers to change the size, shape, solar, and length of your teeth.

2. Dental veneers are durable

On average, veneers last about 10 years, far longer than teeth whitening. Since we adhere them to the fronts of your natural teeth, they’re permanent. You can extend the life of your veneers by:

Veneers are also susceptible to staining like natural teeth, so minimize exposure to tobacco, coffee, tea, and red wine.

3. Dental veneers are minimally invasive

Some cosmetic dentistry treatments require surgery. However, veneers simply cover your natural teeth, so the application procedure is quick and painless. We shave off a thin layer of tooth enamel to make room for the porcelain veneer shell and use dental adhesive for a strong bond. 

4. Dental veneers can improve your life

According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry:

The survey also indicated that the most important components of a good smile are:

Getting veneers to improve your smile can go a long way in boosting your self-esteem and confidence, which could lead to more job and relationship opportunities.

To discover if veneers can transform your grin into a Hollywood smile, contact us at A Caring Dental Group in Cleveland, Ohio, or book an appointment online

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