Find the Answer To: Can Veneers Fix Crooked Teeth?

Posted on: December 2, 2016

VeneersIf you have ever asked the question, “Can veneers fix crooked teeth?” our Greenwood Village dental office is here to tell you that we can help. Veneers can improve the appearance of misaligned, crooked teeth without you having to wear braces for months. According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, 96 percent of adults believe a beautiful smile enhances your appeal, so it is important to consider improving your teeth. When you don’t have the time in your busy schedule to undergo braces treatment and make bi-weekly visits to the orthodontist for adjustments, porcelain veneers are an excellent alternative to improve the look of crooked teeth.

What exactly are veneers?

Many people have heard of veneers, but do not know exactly what they do. A veneer is a thin shell of ceramic material placed onto the front surfaces of teeth. The veneers are bonded into place with a dental adhesive for a permanent, secure enhancement. Since the veneers are so thin, they require very little modification to your natural teeth. They fit into place over your teeth and provide immediate improvement.

Can veneers fix crooked teeth?

Since veneers only cover the fronts and sides of your teeth to improve appearances, rather than moving your teeth into a new position, they do not technically “fix” crooked teeth. If you are looking for a way to make your teeth look perfectly straight, whiter, and more beautiful, however, veneers take care of these wants easily without the extra hassle of keeping up with orthodontic appointments and being in constant discomfort from braces adjustments. Veneers can improve the appearance of crooked teeth without causing discomfort or sensitivity following the procedure. Once your veneers are in place, you can go about your normal lifestyle without having to visit our office to check progress.

Can veneers improve my social and work life?

Yes, veneers are a great option to consider when you want to make a better impression on others. Since your appearance is critical to how others perceive you, crooked, stained, or misaligned teeth give off the impression you do not properly care for your teeth, even if you do. Others will think you are more approachable, more hygienic, and more attractive once you get veneers that cover imperfections.

How long do veneers cover imperfections?

Statistically, veneers last for 15 to 20 years. If you care for your veneers properly and do not engage in harmful habits like biting your fingernails, veneers can last longer. Your veneers can give you a beautiful smile for at least two decades, and possibly more, with a simple visit to our office. If veneers begin to show wear, they can easily be fixed or replaced.

If you have ever asked yourself or your dentist, “Can veneers fix crooked teeth?” we hope we have successfully answered this question and others concerning how convenient and helpful dental veneers are. If you find you have other pressing questions regarding the veneers procedure or how veneers can improve crooked or stained teeth, we have the answers.


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