Veneers are a lasting, affordable, and quick cosmetic fix for imperfections in your teeth that prevent you from having the smile you have always wanted.
What are some disadvantages of veneers?
The downside to dental veneers include:
- The process is not reversible.
- Veneers are more costly than composite resin bonding.
- Veneers are usually not repairable should they chip or crack.
- Your tooth may become a bit more sensitive to hot and cold foods and beverages.
- The veneer’s color cannot be altered once in place.
- Though not likely, veneers can debond and fall off.
- Teeth with veneers can still experience decay if you do not practice good oral hygiene.
It is important that you consult a board-certified and experienced aesthetic dentist for a quality veneer treatment.
Read patients testimonials to ensure that your prospective doctors does not have a track record of bad results.
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