Lumineers vs Veneers in Lake Jackson, TX
Restore The Appearance of Your Teeth Easily with Veneers
Lumineers vs Veneers. Porcelain Veneers are thin shells, typically made from porcelain, that fully cover the visible surfaces of teeth. Although they are lightweight, they are extremely durable and provide excellent aesthetic value. It’s virtually impossible to tell a tooth with a veneer from any other tooth.
Veneers also have an important practical bonus: Once they have been placed and bonded, the tooth enamel beneath them is protected from the rigors of the oral environment. That means these teeth are not subject to decay as long as you maintain your veneers properly.
That said, a veneer is not usually used exclusively for its protective qualities. Instead, it can correct discoloration and minor shaping issues that might have arisen in the tooth over time. Beneath the porcelain shell, the tooth remains healthy and functional. It really is that simple!
A tooth does not need to be “perfect” to get a veneer. As long as the facing surfaces of teeth are clean, healthy, and relatively intact, a tooth may qualify for a veneer that can strengthen and beautify it. At All Smiles Dentistry, we’ve helped thousands of people get veneers.