Veneers to straighten crooked gap between front teeth? (photos)
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#Veneers to straighten crooked teeth #DrSoftTouch
You appear to be an excellent candidate for veneers. It would be helpful to see a photo of all of your teeth to determine how many porcelain veneers would be best for you. The best thing to do is to get a veneer consult at an excellent cosmetic dental office. Be sure to review the before and after photos of your potential dentist before choosing him or her. I'll link a before and after photo of a patient of mine who's case was similar to yours. I used six porcelain veneers to completely transform his smile! Good luck and I hope this helps. Follow me if you have more questions.
Sarah Thompson, DMD
St. Louis, MO Area (O'Fallon, IL)
Veneers to straighten crooked gap between front teeth
Veneers can do wonders for your smile
4 might be enough, but your smile would need to be evaluated for proportions. Doing 8 or 10 allows the dentist to correct many size and shape issues AND allow you to change (whiten?) the color. If you are fine with the color they are right now, 4 might be perfect.
Find the right office with enough experience and you could have a great smile in as few as 2 visits!
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All the best,
Finding a good, Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, is going to be key in making sure that doing 4 will look natural and can be easily blended into the rest of your smile. Now days, porcelain veneers are not as thick and "bulky" like how people may think of them. Very minimal prepping can be done to save as much of your natural tooth without needing to shave the entire tooth down. I think you are a great candidate for porcelain veneers and will get a great result.
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