Often, patients come to us dreaming of a radiant and glossy white smile and veneers are one of the best solutions for this brief. Veneers are extremely popular and for good reason: they produce fantastic results. However, there are some common myths about veneers out there and we’re keen to set the record straight!
Myths about veneers:
You need to be an A-lister to have veneers
Veneers are synonymous with celebrities and reality TV shows, but you don’t have to be famous or possess an A-list bank balance to have a beautiful smile. Veneer treatment is accessible to all and we are confident that we can transform even the most unsightly gnashers into stunning pearly whites.
Veneers look fake
Sometimes you see people in the media with impossibly bright teeth and larger than life smiles, but this is rare. In the vast majority of cases, when veneer treatment is provided by expert dentist, such as those at Aqua Dental Spa, smiles look beautifully natural.
Veneers ruin your teeth
We use the best veneer treatments around and strive to create beautiful smiles with minimal impact on the structure of the tooth. It is true that in most cases, preparatory work is carried out on the teeth, but this does not ruin the teeth; it simply involves removing an extremely thin layer of the surface to make room for the new veneers.
And the facts….
The facts are that veneers can transform your smile without destroying your teeth. We use the best veneers around to create truly beautiful, natural looking smiles and we can recommend this treatment for anyone who has aesthetic issues, such as chips and uneven edges, as well as those who simply want a more attractive smile. Veneers can be very glamorous, but we tailor treatment to suit the individual; some people want a dazzling smile, while others prefer a more subtle look and we cater for all preferences.
If you’d like to find out more about veneers, we are happy to answer questions and explain how treatment works, what the pros and cons are and how veneers could benefit you; simply call and arrange a consultation.