By Embree Dentistry
March 07, 2016
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: cosmetic dentistry   veneers  

As you grow older, you may have noticed that your teeth have begun to age. Maybe you’ve noticed that your teeth aren’t as white as they veneerswere in the past. Are there irregularities with your smile that you’d like to correct? Improve your smile in Ann Arbor with a restoration procedure called veneers. Perhaps you’ve heard of this dental procedure, but aren’t exactly sure how it works. Find out how Dr. Sandra M. Embree and Dr. Courtney Heys can use veneers to restore your smile.

What are Veneers?
Veneers are thin shells made of either porcelain or composite resin. They cover the front surface of your teeth and are designed to fix imperfections in your smile.
Veneers can help correct:
·         Discolored or stained teeth due to injury or antibiotics use
·         Gaps in the teeth
·         Chipped or worn teeth
·         Crooked teeth
Veneers will also improve your confidence. Following the procedure, you will ask yourself what took you so long to take the first step!

What is the process of getting Veneers?
The process of getting veneers typically takes three appointments in our Ann Arbor office. For the first step, we make sure that you are a good candidate for this procedure. Once we determine that you are right for veneers, a small portion of enamel is removed to make room for the veneers. Impressions are made of your mouth so that the veneers can be custom made to fit your smile. Once you are sure that you like the look of your veneers, they will be placed on your teeth and you will walk out with a brand new smile.

If you are ready to take the first step, contact Dr. Embree and Dr. Heys at Embree Dentistry in Ann Arbor. 

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