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Longevity of Dental Veneers
Ann Arbor, MI


Older man in a dental chair holding up a hand mirror and looking at his new dental veneers at Everwell Dentistry in Ann Arbor, MIPorcelain dental veneers are a popular and long-lasting cosmetic choice when it comes to replacing multiple tooth loss. This procedure is highly effective in people who have lost more than one tooth in an accident or injury. It's also a great option for people who need teeth replacement because of a gum infection or due to bad dental health. If you have questions about porcelain veneers and you would like to know if they are a good choice for you then you should visit Everwell Dentistry so our professionals can take a look at your condition and decide whether you can benefit from these veneers.

Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry


There are great lengths people can go to in order to have the perfect smile. Sometimes there are certain individuals who have crooked teeth and it's tough for them to consider alignment procedures due to time constraints or because they can't be seen in public wearing orthodontics to correct their teeth. In such situations, these individuals opt-in to take out their natural teeth and replace them with porcelain veneers. Not only does this add to their appearance, but it also helps to maintain better oral hygiene. People with crooked teeth find it tough to clean their teeth properly and usually food particles tend to get stuck between their teeth. This can lead to various infections, which are tough to treat. Getting porcelain veneers helps to maintain better oral care and keeps these infections at bay.

Long Lasting


When you get porcelain veneers you can be rest assured that they will last a long time. The typical lifetime of porcelain veneers is 10 to 12 years. Unlike dentures or other dental procedures that need to be replaced from time to time, these veneers can last for a longer duration without showing any signs of losing functionality. These veneers are also known to provide full functionality which means you can confidently use them to chew your food without the fear of them coming off or breaking. Since they cover up your actual teeth, they also help to protect against sensitivity and decay too. The veneers are designed to keep infections away.

Very Easy To Maintain


There's no special care that is required in order to maintain your veneers. Just regular brushing and flossing is all that is needed. While it's recommended that you keep getting regular dental checkups, you should not worry about having to spend extra money to maintain your veneers and keep them looking natural and clean. This is something you can do efficiently if you like maintaining high levels of oral hygiene.

Non-Invasive


A number of permanent dental fixtures are invasive, and this includes having to drill into your jaw to secure the tooth. However, with porcelain veneers, this isn't something you need to worry about. These covers are fitted with minimum discomfort and you don't need to worry about multiple visits just to ensure they are fitted correctly. The procedure can be done in one sitting. If you want to learn more about veneers, give us a call at (734) 973-0000 or drop by at Everwell Dentistry to see how you can benefit from long-lasting veneers.
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