If you’re looking to advance your career, make new friends or speak in front of a crowd of people, you want to make sure your smile aesthetics are above par. Otherwise, you could make a poor impression. Dr. Sue takes pleasure in helping patients realize the smile of their dreams and to experience the benefits that come along with it. Thus, he places porcelain veneers at Glendale Dental Wellness Center. Reach out today to schedule a consultation to learn more about what the procedure can do for you!
Masterfully crafted from the highest quality ceramics available, porcelain veneers are slenderly made shells that fit directly over the teeth in the smile zone. Their function is simple: to mask common imperfections like gaps, crowding, crookedness, misalignment and stains.
Here are the steps Dr. Sue will take to usher you into the world of smile perfection:
Dr. Sue warns that once your new set of porcelain veneers are placed, you may very well experience random bouts of smiling, followed by feelings of extreme joy. The benefits aren’t just aesthetic, though, as research shows a connection between being happy and living a longer and more fruitful life. Therefore, the health-sustaining serotonin, dopamine, endorphin and oxytocin secretions that come along with having a gorgeous new smile makes the porcelain veneers procedure well worth the effort.
Some of the other perks you can look forward to from the two-visit procedure are better digestion of food (due to having a symmetrical bite) and improved pronunciation. To experience these advantages, reach out to our Glendale office to schedule a consultation!
Because of its versatility, the porcelain veneers procedure is well-suited for most patients. It’s especially fitting for those who would rather not undergo lengthy procedures that require months or even years to complete.
To qualify for the porcelain veneers procedure, you’ll need to have sufficient oral health. Therefore, it should be common for you to perform excellent oral hygiene, which should include brushing and flossing consistently. After all, you don’t want to receive the expert care that Dr. Sue offers only to watch the results fade away.
A final prerequisite is for you to have moderately straight teeth. For more acute cases of malocclusion (poor bite), you’ll need to entertain the idea of receiving orthodontic care. Otherwise, you could risk cracking your custom-made shells.
Never again will you even consider shying away from pictures once your new porcelain veneers are placed. Instead, you’ll be eager to flash your award-winning smile so the entire world can see it!