Veneers have transformed countless smiles. But believe it or not, there are still people who still believe that veneers won’t help improve their flawed smiles. In fact, there are many myths about veneers that have made many people question this particular dental treatment. We are going to dispel the rumors:
Myth #1: Veneers are bright and noticeable.
Fact: Veneers are actually quite natural-looking compared to other dental treatments. The color, shape and thickness are all customizable and blend seamlessly with your natural teeth. In most cases, veneers are not noticeable.
Myth #2: Veneers are only used in cosmetic dentistry.
Fact: While the primary purpose of veneers is to improve a patient’s teeth, veneers can also be used to rebuild molars, improve facial profiles and replace worn out or misshapen teeth.
Myth #3: The application of veneers is painful.
Fact: Sensitivity occurs while wearing temporary veneers. Once the patient’s permanent veneers are placed, the sensitivity is usually eliminated.
Myth #4: Veneers require the dentist to file down my tooth before application.
Fact: Although there is some reshaping that is usually required before the veneer is applied, most patients only need a minimal amount. Veneers are made finger nail thin, so less prep work is required.
Myth #5: Veneers are only necessary for the front teeth.
Fact: Veneers are commonly applied the first six front teeth, but they can be used anywhere in the mouth. Many patients use them on their lower teeth and premolars to help even or widen their smile.
If you’re interested in learning more about veneers, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017 to schedule a consultation today. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information.
Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.