Dental Veneers

Dental Veneers in Torrance, CA

Having a new and improved smile can mean a new approach to life. Our confidence tends to be high when we feel good about ourselves and the way we look. Wanting porcelain veneers in Torrance, CA, at a dentist near you is perfectly normal. At Crossroads Dental Group, we have plenty of experience with veneers near you.

Whether you read about them online or saw the difference in your friend’s smile, you might want to see a dentist in Torrance, CA, to get veneers. The important thing is to get veneers that fit the size of your teeth and improve your smile.

What Are Dental Veneers?

Veneers are cosmetic procedures. At Crossroads Dental Group, we see numerous patients each month who want them. Veneers are artificial dental appliances that are placed over your teeth to make them look better. They won’t fix your cracked or chipped teeth but make them look better.

Each veneer is like a false top layer on your teeth. Patients who tried to whiten their teeth without satisfactory results are excellent candidates for veneers. Deep stains can be hard to remove from the enamel using a bleaching gel, but it’s always possible to cover the teeth with veneers.

Patients should know that dental veneers are custom-made. We don’t offer fixed sizes because they don’t work well. They’ll alter your bite and won’t match the exact sizes of your teeth. We’ll measure your teeth the first time you see us and send the measurements for manufacturing. You’ll need to return when we receive the veneers so we can place them over your teeth.

Living with Veneers

The first thing you need to know about veneers is that they’re not very durable. Veneers are fragile compared to natural teeth and other dental appliances like crowns. You’ll need to be careful with what you eat and chew to avoid breaking them.

While veneers are excellent at hiding stained teeth, they’re not resistant to stains. If you continue to consume plenty of coffee and drink cigarettes, your veneers will become darker. Watch what you eat/drink, and brush your teeth regularly to keep them bright.

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