Get a Quick and Easy Fix for Minor Tooth Damage With Veneers

Get a Quick and Easy Fix for Minor Tooth Damage With Veneers

Even the smallest damage to your teeth can make you feel self-conscious. Drs. Jennifer Houck, Lauren Smith and Heather Johnson and the rest of us here at India Hook Dental have the perfect option for addressing your tooth damage and your compromised confidence: porcelain veneers in Rock Hill, SC. A number of issues are quickly and easily addressed with veneers, and we’d love to share with you their many advantages as part of National Facial Protection Month.

Give Yourself a Brand New, Beautiful Smile

Stop creating new ways to hide your smile and your embarrassment and consider getting porcelain veneers. One of the best things about veneers is the fact that they’re made from a strong and durable material, which means you can keep your regular diet without worrying about accidentally damaging your new veneers. Not only that, but as long as they’re well-maintained, they can last as long as 15 years!

Because of the advances in cosmetic dentistry, it’s easier than ever for you to get porcelain veneers that perfectly match your natural tooth color, making it harder for others to tell you even have veneers. Speaking of matching, we can also take impressions of your teeth and handcraft your veneers for a perfect fit so your bite and the shape of your teeth don’t change and remain comfortable. We also like to point out the fact that getting veneers is a quick and easy procedure that can be done with just two visits to our office. Once they’re placed, know that you can immediately resume your regular activities without dealing with a recovery period.

Schedule a Consultation Today

Learn more about the advantages of porcelain veneers by contacting the team at India Hook Dental. We’d love to help you schedule a consultation and inform you more of what you can expect during the procedure and afterward. Get the smile and confidence you want and deserve with help from the cosmetic dentistry pros.

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