By Suburban Family Dental
January 25, 2016
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: cosmetic dentistry   Veneers  

If you've ever found yourself browsing through a celebrity magazine or website, you might have noticed how almost every single personveneers has a dazzling smile. This isn't just good luck; many celebrities have had veneers custom made for their teeth. It might surprise you that it's not just Hollywood dentists offering these cosmetic restorations. Your dentists at Suburban Family Dental in Des Plaines, Illinois - Dr. Roman Dziubyk, Dr. Mark Miller and Dr. Lorelei Grise' - have the training and expertise necessary to give their patients a smile worthy of the silver screen. Here's just a few of the ways veneers can improve your smile:

Reshaping

Many people are unhappy with the length or shape of their teeth. Some teeth appear too short, others are irregularly shaped or asymmetrical to the other teeth. This is a common problem that veneers can fix. By placing wafer-thin veneers directly over your natural teeth, your Des Plaines dentist evens out your smile and your teeth will have a natural-looking, aesthetically pleasing shape.

Whitening

Veneers also offer a permanent solution to discoloration. With the help of your Des Plaines dentist, the porcelain is crafted to be a beautiful, natural but radiant shade of white that covers up any stains, even those resistant to traditional whitening treatments.

Misalignment

If you've had braces but are starting to notice some imperfections returning, veneers from your Des Plaines dentist could be your solution! Small gaps and overlaps are easily masked by veneers. They fill in spaces caused by receding gums or teeth that have begun to crowd together. A light buffing of the natural teeth's surfaces will prepare the teeth for placement of the veneers.

A consultation with one of our skilled dentists at Suburban Family Dental in Des Plaines, Illinois is your first step on your journey to a beautiful new smile. Contact our office today to set up an appointment!

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