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How Dental Veneers Can Bring You A New Outlook On Life With A New Glamsmile!

We all see the commercials on Dental Veneers and yes the before and after shots are amazing, but how exactly does it happen? Who gets them and what are the pros and cons? These are things not well explained in all those ads, so here is the rundown on all you need to know about Dental Veneers.

A Veneer is a thin layer of material (there are different kinds used) that is placed over the surface of your tooth. This is fit right into place to either cover and improved the tooth or to protect a damaged tooth surface. The 2 types of materials used for Dental Veneers are composite and porcelain. The differences between composite and porcelain veneers are best described like this. When you use a composite veneer, it can be built up in the mouth or indirectly fabricated then bounded on the tooth using resin cement. Porcelain veneers are only indirectly fabricated. They also are more expensive but last longer than using composite.

This form of Cosmetic Dentistry, which Glamsmile specializes in, is often the choice of people who have a little trouble smiling due to their confidence. The common problems people have with their teeth are:

Uneven teeth – Most people are born with teeth that are uneven, it’s actually the natural way teeth really are. Straight even teeth however look a lot nicer! That’s why people use Dental Veneers to straighten things out.

Wear and Tear – Another natural way of our teeth is they wear down, just like everything else does. Dental Veneers provide a good cover-up.

Worn Enamel – The surface of our teeth can become thinner, look duller or become discoloured when we’re older.

Genetics – Some people are simply born with abnormal spacing between teeth which grows wider as they get older.

Stained Teeth – Thanks to carbonated drinks, coffee and smoking! When teeth have been stained to an extent where teeth whitening is no longer an option, Dental Veneers are the way to go.

For small chips or cracks however you can also get bonding done. This is a more inexpensive but just as effective way of restoration for your teeth. Dental Veneers are more suitable for more severe cases of chips, cracks, discoloration, uneven teeth etc.

When it comes to choosing between teeth whitening and Dental Veneers, most dentists will tell their patients to only get Veneers if they can live with the decision forever. This is because the surfaces of the teeth are shaved and when the veneers are placed your original teeth will need to remain covered! With GlamSmile however, you can have your Dental Veneers removed and not worry about your original teeth looking unhealthy or altered. What’s another great advantage about getting dental Veneers? They don’t stain!

At GlamSmile, the process of getting Dental Veneers is a little different than the traditional way. Normally before getting Dental Veneers, you need to grind or shave away part of the tooth’s enamel. GlamSmile however skips that step in most cases as the enamel is still healthy.

Another great advantage about Dental Veneers is it isn’t time consuming. Unlike other Dental procedures where you need to go back to the dentist many times and spend hours on a single procedure, Dental Veneers can take as little as 2 hours; an hour on your first visit for consultation, a before picture and impressions of your teeth and another hour to get the Veneers fitted during your next visit.

That’s how GlamSmile can provide you with a beautiful smile in less time, with less preparation and with a less painful procedure. You walk away safe, comfortable and thanks to the Glamsmile cost, with an intact wallet!

Wolfgang Hofbauer PhotoAbout Author
This article was prepared on behalf of GlemSmile (http://www.GlamSmile.com.au ). With the many locations you will be able to find a Dentist near you by visiting their site to see what they can do for you, using Porcelain Veneers.

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