People in North Aurora, Illinois, understand the importance of a beautiful smile. Most people are born with naturally gorgeous smiles, but as we age, our smiles can become dim or otherwise damaged in ways that affect not only our confidence but also the health of our mouths.
Our beautiful natural smiles can be affected by several different things, including injuries, decay, acidity, and discoloring food/drink. Sometimes, teeth can even be so misaligned or misshapen that restoring a beautiful smile needs to be done with porcelain veneers. The good news is that when you invest in porcelain veneers to restore your smile, you can regain the gorgeous smile you had when you were younger. Fortunately, our dentists at North Aurora Smiles are here to help you restore your best smile.
Porcelain veneers can best be described as an elective cosmetic treatment that uses ultra-thin pieces of porcelain that are custom-designed to transform a smile entirely. Basically, porcelain veneers can disguise imperfections that exist on natural teeth. A dental veneer is bonded onto the front of your natural tooth to conceal imperfections affecting your smile’s appearance.
Porcelain veneers are perfect for fixing several different dental imperfections. Below are some of the flaws that can be disguised with veneers.
If you have imperfections on the teeth at the front of your smile, you are probably an excellent candidate for veneers. Porcelain veneers are an excellent investment because they will last ten years or even longer if you take proper care of them. In fact, porcelain veneers last much longer than some other cosmetic dentistry options, so they are definitely the best choice if your budget allows for them.
When you invest in porcelain veneers, you’re putting a valuable investment into your health and well-being.
It’s essential to practice good oral hygiene when you have veneers because these veneers are a cosmetic fix. Just as you did before getting veneers, you need to brush and floss twice a day thoroughly, and you need to visit your dentist for your regular checkups and cleanings.
If your goal is to improve your smile and restore your natural confidence, porcelain veneers are probably a good fit for you.
Are you interested in learning more about porcelain veneers? Our doctors and the team at North Aurora Smiles in North Aurora, Illinois, are here to answer your questions. They can help you explore your best options for veneers and help you make the best decision. Give us a call at (630) 984-2223 or request an appointment online today.
North Aurora Smiles is a patient-centered practice offering gentle, comprehensive dental care services for the whole family. Our top priority is to ensure the optimal health and wellness of our patients, and helping them to achieve healthy beautiful smiles for life. The doctors pride themselves on being whole-health focused with an overall philosophy of being minimally invasive in their dental treatment.
Dr. Hammad Aziz is a skilled and experienced professional, having graduated from Loyola University Chicago, Cum Laude with departmental honors and obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) at the University of Illinois, College of Dentistry. He is certified in Invisalign, Dental Implants, Six Month Smiles (invisible, clear braces), Sleep Apnea/Snoring with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and the Institute for Cranio-Facial Sleep Medicine. Dr. Aziz is also certified in Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation Therapy, and is a BLS (CPR) Healthcare Provider / ACLS Certified. He is an active member of the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry, and a Member of the Academy of General Dentistry, Founding Member and President Elect of the CM Dental Society, and Past President and Member of the Aurora Dental Society.
Dr. Stephanie Janes earned her Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry (DMD) degree from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, School of Dental Medicine. While there, she also earned a Master’s degree in Health Service Administration and a Humanitarian Award on behalf of the International College of Dentists. Later, she completed a General Practice Residency through the University of Chicago at NorthShore University HealthSystem – Evanston Hospital. She gained hospital dentistry experience with a focus on medically-compromised patients and emergency dentistry. This program enabled her to enhance her comprehensive dental skills, especially in endodontics and cosmetic dentistry. She is also certified in therapeutic botox and dermal filler treatments to relieve bruxism (clenching and grinding) and TMJ pains, which she is passionate about.