Hollywood smiles are a thing. Many actors get cosmetic dental work when they get their big break. You don’t need to be a celebrity to want an amazing smile, however.
In fact, you can have the smile of your dreams right here in Florence, SC. With dental veneers, you can:
- Boost your confidence
- Create a bright, white smile
- Fix chipped and cracked teeth
- Close gaps in your smile
- Make your teeth look straight
Veneers are a simple yet versatile solution so you can see the smile of your dreams when you post selfies to social media. Discover what veneers could do for you. Call 843-627-4076 today to schedule an appointment at Advanced Dental Center.
Make a Change
Everyone should feel comfortable sharing their smile. You may self-conscious doing that if you have flaws that make you less confident in the appearance of your teeth.
Veneers make it very easy for you to transform your smile into something you stop worrying about other people seeing. In the age of camera phones and social media, all of us have had our pictures taken many times. When you are asked to pose, you want to feel at ease flashing your pearly whites.
Veneers are like custom-designed shells that are attached to the front of your teeth. In some cases, you may need a little enamel removed from the front of your teeth to prepare for your new smile, but that isn’t necessary depending on which veneers you receive.
At our office, you have the option of three kinds of veneers:
- Porcelain Veneers – These tried and true veneers have been used by millions of people to create amazing smiles.
- CEREC Veneers – We can use CEREC technology to create a set of veneers for you right in our office.
- Lumineers – These ultra-thin veneers often can be applied without the need to make any alterations to your teeth.
Whichever veneers you choose, you will be able to see the difference as soon as they are in place.
Built to Last
When you get any kind of cosmetic dentistry, you are making an investment in your smile. You also are making an investment in yourself.
Veneers are made to last. They can last for a decade or longer as long with proper care. This is a good reason to keep up your regular dental checkups along with your daily oral hygiene routine.