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Can Veneers Help My Teeth Gaps?

Can Veneers Help My Teeth Gaps?

If you’ve struggled with feelings of self-consciousness about wide gaps in your teeth, but you don’t want to get braces or braces have been ineffective, then veneers could be the next step you need to take to get the results you want.

At EZ Dental Clinic, our team offers dental veneers to fix teeth gaps and help you regain confidence in your smile. Read along to learn more!

What are veneers?

Veneers are custom-fitted shells that can be made to cover up many dental issues. They’re typically made up of porcelain and are attached to the teeth that you feel need to be changed. Before the veneers are put on, the tooth is shaved down, even past the enamel. This is to replace the enamel and act like a mask for any imperfections you want to cover up.

Your provider will create a mold of your teeth to ensure that the veneers are a perfect fit. They’ll all be designed to fit the grooves and contours of your teeth and will also be color matched to the teeth that look the best in your mouth.

What can veneers be used for?

Veneers can be used to fix many different types of aesthetic imperfections in your smile that maybe haven’t responded to other treatment methods. These can include:

Veneers are also able to correct any wide gaps that you may have in between some of your teeth.

If you’ve tried whitening treatments and braces, and you’re still unhappy with how your smile looks, it might be time to consider veneers.

Why veneers could be right for you

If you’re looking to correct gaps in your teeth, then veneers could be a great choice, especially if your teeth haven’t responded well to braces. Veneers can last for over a decade, so you can have confidence they will be long-lasting.

Also, veneers are made to be very natural looking, and they’ll be fitted to blend in perfectly with the rest of your natural teeth, giving you a beautiful and even smile. 

Plus, veneers are strong and are built to be able to withstand your normal eating and biting habits. 

If you’d like more information on dental veneers or consider getting them, you can call our office at 425-746-6090 or request an appointment online today.

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