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Bull Valley Dentistry Veneers

SPONSORED • Published: Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 9:53 a.m. CST • Updated: Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014 10:43 a.m. CST
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Would you like to completely make over your smile? If so, veneers are perfect for you. Veneers are thin shells that are bonded to the front of your teeth to correct cosmetic dental flaws, such as:

·        Stained and discolored teeth

·        Chipped, cracked, or worn teeth

·        Misaligned teeth

·        Irregularly shaped teeth

·        Gaps and spaces between the teeth

What are Veneers?  Veneers are thin, custom-made moldings that cover the fronts of unsightly teeth.  They are crafted from tooth-colored, high tech materials to portray a natural, bright smile.

How Long will Veneers Last? Veneers are intended to last for many years.  Unlike most bonding materials, veneers will not change color over time.

Should you Consider Veneers?  Veneers provide an alternative to traditional crowns.  They cover unattractive gaps, and can mask stained, misshapen or crooked teeth.  If these conditions apply to your mouth, veneers may be your best option.

How are Veneers Applied?  The tooth is reshaped initially to allow for the added thickness fo the veneer.  A molded image is taken from the tooth and sent to a dental laboratory where the veneer is custom-fitted to your mouth.  The veneer is applied with adhesive material which bonds it to the original tooth structure.

Because they are created from ceramic, dental veneers are extremely durable and natural looking. With custom dental veneers, you can achieve a flawless, beautiful smile that boosts your self-esteem. Your skilled Bull Valley dentists can typically place ceramic dental veneers in just two comfortable visits to our dental office.  Call today for more information 1-815-344-2264

Bull Valley Dentistry | 601 Ridgeview Drive McHenry, IL 60050 | 1-815-344-2264

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