How are your investments doing? Your first reaction is likely related to your financial portfolio.
What about your health portfolio? More specifically, your dental health portfolio?
Restorative and cosmetic dentistry provide you a variety of investment opportunities. Each have value to your oral health and your appearance.
Dental veneers restore your front, smile-zone teeth to a natural looking, attractive condition. Veneers are most often crafted from thin, porcelain shells that are bonded to front surface of your teeth.
Porcelain veneers are effective for:
-Treating your dull, stained teeth
-Repairing your crooked, crowded, broken, chipped, and misshapen teeth
-Filling the gap(s) between your front teeth
Treatment with veneers can also eliminate the need for ongoing teeth whitening. And your dental veneer procedure can restore your smile within two in-office appointments.
Long-term investment value
The costs of your veneer treatment can vary. Compared to the long-term value to your health and appearance they are a cost-effective investment.
If ignored, your tooth imperfections can have a negative impact on your health and increase your treatment costs. Compare your investment in dental veneers with the lasting value they provide your health and appearance.
As you’re considering an investment in dental veneers we recommend that you ask your insurance provider (if applicable) about coverage. This could give you cost reducing options, if your provider coverage allows.
How to protect your investment
Treat your dental investments, including veneers, as you would any of your financial decisions. Protect your dental veneers to assure that they last and are not damaged.
Preventive dentistry is a priority. Care for your veneers by brushing and flossing daily and stay consistent with your professional, in-office teeth cleanings and dental examinations.
You can also protect your veneers with a night guard. This oral appliance is essential if you experience teeth grinding (bruxism).
Be aware of the foods and beverages you consume. Coffee, tea, and red wine can increase the risk of staining your veneers.
Your investment in dental veneers has longevity with proper care. Expect them to function effectively for up to 15 years.
Contact our Wayne dental office about cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry. Schedule a dental examination to discuss dental veneers.