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Taking Care of Your Teeth With Veneers

A beautiful smile begins with healthy white teeth, something all of us aspire to have. For many of us, however, straight, shiny and flawless teeth don't come naturally, or age or damage gets in the way.

If you are looking to perfect your smile, veneers from Dr. Samia Rageb at Park View Smiles in Chicago, IL offers an attractive, comfortable and effective solution. Chips, cracks, gaps or yellowing can all be concealed with veneers, giving you the smile of your dreams.

What are veneers?

Veneers are sturdy, slim coverings for your natural teeth. They are custom made to fit your mouth so they look natural and feel comfortable.

How can veneers fix my smile?

Veneers are perfect for covering up unevenly spaced, crooked or damaged teeth, or teeth that are severely stained. Cemented to the front of your natural teeth, veneers conceal the imperfections. Veneers also give you a lasting white smile, made of a material impervious to the staining effects of food and drinks.

What is the process for veneers?

Dr. Hempel will begin by taking a mold of your teeth so a set of custom-sized and shaped veneers can be made. When your veneers are finished, your dentist will lightly scuff the surface of your natural teeth before applying a cement-like paste for the veneers to bond to. Once the adhesive is set, your veneers will be firmly in place, so you won't need to worry about them coming loose or shifting around.

How do I take care of my veneers?

Taking care of your veneers is the same as taking care of your natural teeth: thorough brushing, flossing, and regular professional cleanings and examinations from Dr. Hempel. As with any form of cosmetic or restorative dentistry, veneers can become damaged, so avoid biting especially hard or sticky foods.

Give your smile a boost with veneers from Park View Smiles in Chicago, IL. Call us today at (312) 726-5830.

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