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4 Hidden Secrets About Cosmetic Veneers Gainesville, GA
Smiling Woman Gainesville, GA

Dental veneers are one of the easiest ways to transform your smile appearance. Veneers involve placing a wafer-thin shell of porcelain on the front surface of teeth that are unsightly. A small portion of the tooth must be shaved off so that the veneer can strongly bond. However, this cosmetic dental solution can be life-changing for those that hide their smile due to cracked, chipped, discolored or disproportioned teeth. They can even be used on front teeth that are gapped or crooked! While it is easy to see the benefits of choosing veneers in terms of your smile confidence and appearance, there are some lesser-known facts about veneers that you may want to know too.

To help you make the best cosmetic dental choice for your smile, know this:

Veneers Can Help Sensitivity

While veneers are intended to provide cosmetic improvement, they can also provide structural enhancement to your teeth as well. If you experience sensitivity due to thin enamel, cosmetic veneers can provide a barrier against the hot and cold foods and drinks that would otherwise cause discomfort.

Veneers Can Reshape Your Face

When several veneers are placed to make a dramatic transformation to your smile, it can influence your entire face. Depending on your dental needs and cosmetic goals, veneers can widen your smile and define your cheekbones or make your face look more balanced and symmetrical. Never underestimate the power of a pretty smile.

Veneers Require Caution and Care When Eating

Keep in mind that while veneers can be cleaned just like natural teeth, they do demand some extra care when eating certain foods. Veneers are durable, but the delicate shells of porcelain can fracture or chip under excessive pressure, such as when you eat raw carrots, apples, nuts and other firm foods. You’ll also need to tell your dentist if you think that you have a teeth grinding habit so that you can protect your veneers while you sleep.

Veneers Can Save You Money

While veneers may cost more than cosmetic dental bonding or teeth whitening, there are some ways they can save you money and be a better long-term investment. Veneers last longer than cosmetic bonding. In fact, with proper care, cosmetic veneers can hold their attractive condition for up to 20 years. Veneers are also stain-resistant, which means you can save money on multiple teeth-whitening treatments each year. Lastly, if you are getting veneers to cover up crooked or widely spaced teeth, you may also be avoiding the cost of braces, retainers or other orthodontic fees.

Ready to see what cosmetic veneers can do for you? We are happy to tell you exactly what you can expect with this revolutionary solution in cosmetic dentistry. Schedule your consult for porcelain veneers at Gainesville Dental Group today.

Posted on behalf of Gainesville Dental Group

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Bev M.

Very happy with the staff at Gainesville Dental Group. The doctors are caring and experienced. I never am left in the waiting room. The hygienist always ask thorough questions and report to the doctor before the exam, saving me from having to repeat everything. Highly recommend.

Dennis C.

I came to Gainesville Dental Group with a crown that was in bad shape and painful. Dr. Vetter was very knowledgeable about what needed to be done and went to great lengths to ensure the treatment to resolve the problem was in my best interest. He and assistant Sarah Riley were very professional yet personable. They worked together seamlessly in a manner that put me at ease and were very focused on fixing the tooth. Any physical discomfort was minimal and both Dr. Vetter and Sarah were encouraging and positive. A very good experience.

Sarah R.

I come to Gainesville Dental Group for my routine cleanings and absolutely love it! It’s very clean and I love how up to date they are with digital X-rays and photos of the teeth. I had to have a filling and they were able to point out on the screen where my cavity was on the X-ray. It’s much easier getting the work done when you have an understanding of what the doctor is doing! Dr. Vetter did my filling and the whole procedure was pain free! I can’t say enough good things about this group!

Linda H.

Dr. Gannon and Hannah were great. They talked me thru my procedure and made sure I was comfortable and pain free. The office was friendly and pleasant. My hubby and son have used them and liked them. I've found a new dentist! Thank You GDG.

Candace C.

Since I started my orthodontic treatment fifteen months ago, the staff at Gainesville Dental Group have been exceptional. Dr. Vetter is so kind and energetic and Kim puts you at ease while she works miracles! I am thrilled at my results and that they worked within my timeframe. I gladly recommend The Gainesville Dental Group for a personalized experience. Thank you!

Kayla B.

The whole office staff is amazing! Super friendly and helpful. Dr. Gannon has always been very nice and does great work! My husband sees Dr. Vetter and has only good things to say as well. I highly recommend this office!

Lorrie M.

This is by far the best dental group I have been to in a long time. The staff is wonderful and caring. From the front office to the Dentists are a class act. Very kind and explain step by step. High quality work. Don't plan on going anywhere else. My husband has had the same experience. Do yourself a favor and check them out. Tell them Lorrie sent you

Bruce Y.

Great dental visit! Went in for annual cleaning and x-rays. Donna did an awesome job and pointed out a potential issue which she brought up to the doctor who concurred. It was an excellent visit. Thank you to the "team" @ Gainesville Dental Group.

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