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Transform Your Smile with Annapolis Porcelain Veneers

dentist holding woman's faceHave you ever wished for a more beautiful, perfect smile? You can achieve that with porcelain veneers! Porcelain veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment that can help you gain the flawless smile you have always dreamed of in just two visits to Chambers Family Dentistry. Dental veneers are thin shells that are custom made to fit over the front of your teeth and improve the beauty of your smile. Our dental veneers in Annapolis, Maryland are created from porcelain, ensuring that your smile looks natural and beautiful. In addition to having a similar appearance to natural tooth enamel, porcelain is a durable material, so you can feel confident that your new, aesthetic smile will last for years to come. Dr. Chambers and Dr. Jiminez, our experienced dentists, may recommend porcelain veneers to improve the appearance of smile flaws like:

Porcelain veneers generally require two visits to our dental office. During the first visit, we will carefully take measurements and molds of your smile and prepare the teeth for the dental veneers by removing a small amount of tooth enamel. Your porcelain veneers will then be permanently cemented in place during the second appointment. Call us today to learn more about how porcelain veneers can transform your smile!

Veneers FAQs

When it comes to veneers in Annapolis, you want to make sure you’re making the right decision about the future of your smile. After all, it is a permanent cosmetic solution because of the altering that must be done to your teeth before having your veneers put into place. Knowing if it’s a good choice is necessary before you agree to move forward with treatment. Naturally, this leads to a host of questions, many of which we’ve decided to answer for you below. If you do not see your question listed, please do not hesitate to contact the team at Chambers Family Dentistry and request an appointment.

Do Veneers Give You a Lisp?

It is possible that your veneers will cause your speech to slightly change in the beginning. When you think about how you talk, your tongue must push against the backside of your upper front teeth. Because veneers are a bit bulkier than your natural teeth, it can create the sound of a lisp in the beginning. Fortunately, this is only temporary and can go away much quicker if you practice your “s” and “v” sounds and enunciate each syllable. Once your tongue and remaining oral cavity features adjust to the newness in your mouth, you’ll quickly notice the lisp dissipate.

What Happens to Teeth Under Veneers?

Although it may seem as if your teeth are artificial, this is simply not true. There are real tooth enamel and structure behind your veneers, which makes them susceptible to tooth decay and gum disease. This is why it is imperative that you take proper care of your teeth and gums while wearing veneers. This natural tooth structure is vulnerable to bad bacteria and harmful acids, which can break down the tooth enamel and also cause gum recession. Should your soft oral tissues begin to pull back, your veneers can become exposed and much more noticeable to others.

Do Veneers Feel Like Real Teeth?

In the past, you may have heard of veneers being referred to as “chiclet teeth.” The reason for this is that they often looked bulky and fake. Many movie stars had them, and most people could tell quite easily if someone was showing off their real teeth or veneers. Fortunately, times have changed, and advancements in dentistry have made it possible for veneers to be more lifelike and natural in appearance. Not to mention, they are far less bulky, making it a more enjoyable option for individuals looking to hide common imperfections like chips, cracks, or stains. When placed by a trusted and skilled professional, your veneers should fit snugly against your teeth and feel comfortable while eating and speaking.

Is There Anyone Who Shouldn’t Get Veneers?

Veneers tend to be a viable option for most individuals; however, there are situations where a person should either wait to move forward with veneers or simply not have them at all. These include:

  • Individuals with cavities or tooth decay will need to receive treatment to avoid worsening conditions once veneers are in place.
  • People with gum disease because it can cause the veneers to show more prominently should gum recession occur.
  • Those who grind their teeth (bruxism) should either opt for a different type of cosmetic dentistry or talk to our team about a customized mouthguard to wear at night to prevent wear and tear to your veneers.
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