6 Problems That Veneers Resolve


As InStyle put it, “Everyone is suddenly getting smile makeovers.” Why? Because the latest in cosmetic dentistry makes fixing your smile imperfections easier than ever. 

The secret is veneers. You can cover a multitude of teeth problems with these porcelain shells that bond to the front of your teeth. Because people see the veneer rather than the problem tooth behind it, these dental restorations give you a way to get your dream smile.

Dr. Scott Evans offers veneers right here at our office in the University Park area of Dallas, Texas. It’s worth talking to him about this option if you have any of the following tooth flaws you want to address.

1. Tooth gaps

With veneers designed precisely and placed over the teeth on either side of the gap in your smile, Dr. Evans can close a gappy grin. He creates the veneers to be slightly wider than the teeth underneath, giving you a gap-free smile without the need for orthodontic treatment. 

2. Chipped or cracked teeth

Does one specific tooth have an issue such as a crack or chip? If you damaged a tooth and it shows, veneers can help you cover up the imperfection. This gives you a convenient way to turn back the clock and make the tooth look new again. It also protects the tooth, preventing the damage from worsening.

3. Short teeth

Do you ever wish your teeth were longer? If you feel like your smile is full of too-small teeth, talk to Dr. Evans about veneers. With these dental restorations, he can lengthen your teeth, giving you a smile you’ll be proud to show off. 

4. Teeth staining 

While Dr. Evans does offer teeth whitening to help with the vast majority of stains, some set so deeply into your tooth that the whitening solution can’t reach them. If you live with a severely stained or yellow tooth — or a full set of teeth like that — veneers give you a way to quickly achieve a white-smile makeover. 

5. Crooked teeth

While veneers can’t correct severe orthodontic issues, they’re an excellent option to cosmetically correct your smile when you have one or more teeth that are slightly off-kilter. Color-matched veneers give you a uniform, even smile.

6. Uneven tooth surfaces

Sometimes, teeth show wear-and-tear on their surfaces. If your teeth look uneven and worn down, opt for veneers so people see the smooth, bright veneer when you smile rather than your problem tooth or teeth. 

Do any of these issues sound familiar? If you’re ready to learn how veneers can resolve your cosmetic smile woes, don’t wait to call Scott Evans, DDS, at 214-337-5202 today.

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