Are you considering veneers to improve your smile but worried about the financial commitment? We completely understand, which is why we want to share with you some of the potential benefits of investing in dental veneers. Not only can veneers restore and enhance an unhealthy smile but they can also help save money in the long run due to their durability—if properly maintained over time, your new set of teeth could last for a decade or longer! In this blog post, we will discuss just how beneficial installing veneers can be for both your oral health and wallet.
Veneers are thin shells of porcelain or composite material that cover the front surface of a tooth. They are custom-made to fit your teeth and bond to them using a special adhesive. Veneers can be used for cosmetic purposes, such as improving the color, shape, size or length of teeth. They are applied to the front of your teeth using a process known as bonding. Bonding is a non-invasive procedure that involves using a special resin material and dental adhesive to attach the veneers directly onto the front surface of each tooth. The process generally takes about two visits to complete, with the first visit being for preparation and taking impressions of your teeth, and then the second visit for adhesion and finalizing.
Veneers are a great investment because they can help to protect and prevent further damage to your teeth. Have you ever been told by a dentist that you may need multiple crowns or other restorative treatments if left untreated? Veneers can actually reduce the need for these procedures so it’s worth considering them as an option if this is the case. Veneers also strengthen weakened teeth, which helps to keep future cavities at bay and saves money on expensive dental fillings down the line.
The material used in veneer construction is strong enough to withstand everyday wear and tear, meaning they will last much longer than traditional materials such as silver amalgam filling. Over time, this can really add up in savings as you won’t have to replace your veneers nearly as often. Additionally, the material used in veneers is resistant to staining so you don’t have to worry about discoloration or yellowing over time as you do with traditional fillings and crowns.
Finally, investing in veneers can also save money on cosmetic dentistry procedures such as teeth whitening because your new set of teeth will remain bright and white for years to come. Unlike teeth whitening, which only temporarily lightens discoloration on the surface of your teeth, veneers give you a permanent solution to brightening and reshaping your smile. When it comes to long-term financial savings, veneers may be the better choice because they offer an investment with lasting results.
Overall, installing dental veneers may seem like a large upfront cost but they are well worth it given the long-term savings that can be achieved. With proper care and maintenance, your new smile should last for many years without needing any additional treatments! If you are considering this procedure for yourself, contact us today as our experienced dentists can help guide you through the process. At Renova Smiles, we focus on our patients’ high expectations and provide them with beautiful smiles using dental veneers!