Shape Up Your Smile Just in Time for the Holidays With Dental Veneers

Yellowing teeth can often be handled by professional whitening, but what do you do when your teeth are also chipped, gapped, or misaligned? Dental veneers are a simple, easy solution, and they provide protection for your natural teeth in the process.  

If you're interested in getting veneers before the holiday season enters full swing, the team at A Caring Dental Group can help you get fitted just in time. Located in Cleveland, Ohio, we offer sturdy, natural porcelain veneers that are bonded directly your teeth to give your smile a dazzling makeover. 

What are veneers? 

Dental veneers are extremely thin strips of porcelain that cover the fronts of your teeth. They provide protection and support while improving the appearance of your smile. Veneers can completely transform your teeth — filling in gaps, correcting discoloration, and hiding any crookedness. 

If you avoid smiling and hate posing for those family holiday photos due to cosmetic concerns like cracks, chips, or gaps, porcelain veneers can give you the smile you've always wanted. They look and feel like natural teeth, and you care for them the same way as you do your natural teeth. With proper care, they can last anywhere from 10-15 years. 

The benefits of veneers

Many people have problems with their smiles but aren't sure how to fix them beyond whitening or crowns. Veneers are a simple solution to many cosmetic dental issues, including gaps and severe discoloration. They don't require as much preparation and shaping as other dental procedures, and they last a long time. 

Nearly all veneers are made of porcelain, which is a highly durable, stain-resistant, and gum-friendly substance. Many people choose veneers over other types of dental surgery because veneers solve a number of dental problems by covering the teeth and perfecting your smile. 

Are veneers right for me?

If you're not sure about getting veneers, a consultation can help you decide if they're a good choice for you. While veneers are a minimally invasive dental procedure, they're a permanent decision that you should take seriously. If you’re unhappy with your smile and want to feel more self-confident, veneers are an ideal choice. 

It’s important to find a trustworthy, talented dentist with experience in applying them. Dr. Benedict Kim has been selected as one of America's Best Dentists by the National Consumer Advisory Board, and the team at A Caring Dental Group is willing to answer your questions and give the smile you want. 

If you're interested in veneers and you’re ready to learn more, call 216-230-9094 or book an appointment online using our convenient tool. Contact us today and have your dazzling smile ready in time for the holidays.

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