Porcelain Veneers – Are They Safe For Your Teeth?

Published: 22nd July 2009
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Porcelain veneers are probably one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures. Cosmetic dentists, London and all over the UK are placing porcelain veneers to enhance and restore people's teeth.

Cosmetic Dentistry - Is It OK?

A common question cosmetic dentists get asked is - are porcelain veneers safe for your teeth?

The answer is, as long as the process is carefully planned, porcelain veneers are fine. Porcelain veneers are good for crooked, stained, gappy, chipped or worn teeth. If teeth are very crooked then more preparation may be needed to correctly shape the final smile. But the cosmetic dentist should explain all the risks and benefits of treatment and give you alternatives to treatment.

Alternatives to Dental Veneers

If teeth are severely damaged then porcelain crowns may be a better option. If you do not wish your teeth to be prepared with veneers, clear braces or orthodontics may be an option. If you only want whiter teeth, you could have teeth whitening.

What's The Best Option?

There is no best option, but until the cosmetic dentist has seen your teeth, with your concerns addressed, only then can the best option be offered.

The long term health is most important when considering cosmetic dentistry.

Get Honest Advice!

It is best to go to an experienced cosmetic dentist who wants the best for you! Perfect Smile Spa specialise in porcelain veneers and cosmetic dentistry.

For a free consultation call Perfect Smile Spa on 01708 442114 or email: care@perfectsmilespa.co.uk

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