Do you find yourself hiding your teeth when you talk and when you smile? Are you the only one with closed lips in family portraits?

Your smile is a huge part of your confidence and can make a difference in how other people perceive you as well. Luckily, a better smile and the confidence that goes with it isn’t out of reach.

Veneers are faster than orthodontic care and can make a more significant difference than whitening your teeth. Plus, A&A Dental is happy to provide veneers in Holmdel, NJ.

How Veneers Help

Veneers are small, thin, shaped porcelain designed to mimic the appearance and function of your natural teeth. Instead of having the usual imperfections of natural teeth, veneers simulate a perfect smile.

They don’t take as long as orthodontic work. Your dentist custom designs each veneer for you, including the shape size and color, before sending the design off to a ceramist for manufacture.

The ceramist hand-makes each veneer as well. Their expert eye allows them to create an incredibly realistic finish, including painting fine color details so that the veneers look just like natural teeth.

After the veneers are applied, and your gums heal around the new appliances, no one but you and your dentist will be able to tell you to have them. After a while, you won’t notice that you have veneers either. They’ll feel as normal as your natural teeth.

It’s easy to get veneers in Holmdel with us at A&A Dental, or another provider.

Some Considerations

You’ll have a consultation appointment with a dentist before you get your veneers. At A&A Dental, we help you prioritize and make the best decisions for your veneers. We’ll identify and help you focus on primary areas of concern, but you should have an idea of what you’re looking for before the appointment.

You should also know that veneers are an investment. While some insurance covers cosmetic dentistry, many insurance companies and plans do not.

Fortunately, you won’t need to change your oral care routine much to accommodate veneers. Brush your teeth twice a day as normal and continue flossing regularly. The biggest changes you need to make are avoiding using your teeth as tools for crunching hard candy and ice.

You should plan on a couple of days to recover from getting your veneers installed. Your teeth are likely to be more sensitive the first few days after the appointment, and your gums need some time to heal and reshape themselves as well.

Most patients can use over-the-counter pain medication to fully control discomfort after getting veneers.

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If you’re ready to make a big change and are looking for a more confident outlook, contact A&A Dental to schedule your veneers consultation, today!

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