Dental veneers have been an effective way of concealing cracked, chipped and stained teeth for a good number of years now and patients have reaped the benefits of increased self confidence that comes as a result. But what some people don’t know is that dental veneers can also be used on crooked teeth too. This might be just the solution that you have been looking for if you have a solitary crooked tooth, perhaps at the front of your mouth and don’t think it is worth the trouble of having a brace fitted.
Veneers tend to be made from special dental porcelain these days which has the advantage of being lightweight while still retaining a high level of durability. They are also resistant to staining too. They are highly flexible in the hands of dentists so they can easily be fitted over teeth which are not quite aligned correctly. The appearance will be created of a row of teeth that are all perfectly aligned with one another and no one will know that you even have a veneer in place. As an extra fillip, your dentist can even match your dental veneer to the shade and texture of your surrounding teeth.
You should talk to your Molesley dentist if you have one or more misaligned tooth which is bothering you. There are a number of solutions to this problem but dental veneers are definitely worth considering because they are quick to fit, efficient and generally more affordable than more intensive and/or long lasting treatments. The penetration of digital technological equipment into dental surgeries now means that dental veneers can be fitted in just a single session at the dentist by using three dimensional x-rays.