Dental Procedures 101: Veneers and Invisalign

If you have been waiting to get your teeth fixed because you do not know what you need done do not wait another day. First, you need to make sure that you have a family dentist that you visit at least twice a year. This way they will know your issues and be able to recommend the best solutions. Also your dentist will be able to have a couple solutions for you that are in your price range. Here we want to highlight just two options that can change your smile and your life forever.

If you were not able to get braces when you were young, consider yourself fortunate. Having a big set of silver railings in your mouth during high school was not the best way to get noticed. If you are still worried about having a “metal mouth” then you should look into Invisalign. Most dentists offer this now and it can fix most peoples problems. Invisalign is a way that you can get your teeth straightened and not look like you are trying to reach out to another life form. They are a clear, plastic like, mouth piece that the dentist fits you your mouth. Just like braces they will move your teeth into place over time. Unlike braces people will not be able to see them throughout the day.

Another option you have is to get porcelain veneers. Although, this may be a bit pricey for many people this is the ultimate in oral care. Veneers offer a wide range of advantages. You will be able to pick the color of your new teeth. Anything from a natural look to a white look. You will also be able to choose the shape and size of your new pearly whites. The best advantage of having porcelain veneers is that you do not have to worry about getting cavities because they are incapable of this.
Whatever it is you are looking for your local family dentist will be able to help you find it.

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