Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

October 7, 2019 - toothbar - 0 comments smiling woman standing beside plant

The state of an individual’s oral health has an impact on many facets of their life. Not only has the overall health of a person’s teeth been shown to have an impact on their physical health, there is no denying that people are also judged by others based on the appearance of their teeth. This scientific study published by the American Journal of Orthodontics revealed that “persons with ideal smiles are considered more intelligent and have a greater chance of finding a job when compared with persons with nonideal smiles”. Having healthy, beautiful teeth improves an individual’s self-esteem and physical health, while also helping them to get a better job and helping others to see them in a more positive light.

But what are your options when you have done everything you can to take great care of your teeth, but still cannot seem to get rid of those pesky stains and discoloration, misalignment, chips, or gaps between your teeth? This is where porcelain veneers can come in handy. According to the well-known downtown Austin dentistry location, The Toothbar, a veneer is a thin shell that can be made out of porcelain that is cemented to the front-side of your tooth. Dentists at The Toothbar, a high-quality downtown cosmetic dentistry location, can plan and shape veneers to help a patient with a wide variety of dental concerns, such as the ones stated above.

What are the advantages of dental veneers?

  1. Stain-resistant

  2. Will not irritate gum tissue

  3. Look like natural teeth

  4. Make stained teeth appear whiter

  5. Effectively change a tooth’s shape and color

  6. Do not require much shaping

  7. Offer a stronger and more visually appealing solution to stained, crooked, and gapped teeth than common alternatives.

 

Furthermore, a plethora of scientific research has revealed the durability and effectiveness of using porcelain veneers to correct a variety of dental issues, long-term. For instance, in this peer-reviewed research article published by The International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, it was reported that porcelain veneers have a low clinical failure rate of only 5.6%. with 94.4% of veneers doing well at the 12-year mark in terms of the color, surface, and integrity of the veneers. Similar results were reported in this article, with the survival rate of veneers being “94.4% after 5 years, 93.5% at 10 years, and 82.93% at 20 years”. Last, but certainly not least, the researchers who wrote this article that appeared in the Journal of Dentistry discovered that 99% of veneers adapted to the patient’s mouth perfectly, with less than 1% requiring re-bonding.

If you struggle with stubborn tooth discoloration, chipped, gapped, or misaligned teeth, veneers might be a great option to consider. And if you live in or near Austin, Texas, The Toothbar is the premier Austin cosmetic dentist office to visit for high-quality, pain-free, and shame-free downtown cosmetic dentistry of all types, including veneers. The Toothbar offers a plethora of preventative, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry services to meet all of your needs. Additionally, this popular Austin cosmetic dentist does an incredible job of putting their patients at ease and providing them with the utmost respect, placing a priority on outstanding customer service. Click here for more information about how the wonderful dental professionals at this fabulous downtown Austin dentistry can help you.

Dr. Kimberley Barclay

Co-founder and owner Dr. Kimberley Barclay is actively involved in local and national dental societies, including the Capital Area Dental Society and Spear Education courses on cosmetic dentistry. She is also a member of the Seattle Study Club, one of the most advanced education groups for dental professionals.

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This content was fact-checked by Dr. Kimberley Barclay and Dr. Lauren Jacobsen following editorial guidelines. Dr. Kimberley Barclay is actively involved in local and national dental societies, including the Capital Area Dental Society and Spear Education courses on Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Lauren Jacobsen is an active member of the dental community and engages in further education and training through membership with a local chapter of the Seattle Study Club and Spear Education courses.

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