Dental veneers are a thin layer of ceramic, tooth-colored material that is layered over a tooth or teeth in order restore a smile and/or fix or repair the shape of a damaged, chipped or cracked tooth. Dental veneers also serve to cover and protect worn tooth enamel.
Dental veneers aren't always a necessity, but many individuals feel that they improve both the look and comfort of their mouth if they suffer from a damaged tooth due to decay or injury, or simply a misaligned smile from genetics, grinding of the teeth, or staining or discoloration.
The two most common options for dental veneers in Wisconsin are porcelain or resin. Each has its own specific advantages, and your dentist will consult with you about both and which option might be best for you.
For more information on dental veneers in Brookfield, Wisconsin call Paul G. Culver, D.D.S. (262) 782-1655 today or request an appointment!