Chipped Teeth? Visit a Dentist in Dallas, PA and Learn About Veneers6:48 am James DeFinnis
If you’re planning to do some home construction and renovation this summer, make sure you have the right tools. Boing Boing writer Steve Hoefer says it’s common for people to forego construction implements, like a gauged wire stripper, for convenience’s sake. In his article, “Guide To Wire Strippers”, Hoefer humorously explains why you should never use your teeth to strip wires:
“Pros: Most people have these on their person at all times
Cons: Chipped tooth enamel. Dental bills that are cost more than the most expensive wire stripper. Not terribly reliable”
That said, you can still chip your teeth even when you’re smart enough not to use them as a makeshift wire stripper. Some food, like nuts, taco shells, and raw carrots, can be too hard for teeth to handle. At the same time, day-to-day routines expose you to certain dangers like slips, falls, and sports accidents, which can damage your teeth.
If one or more of these things actually result in a chipped tooth or two, you can rest assured that a reliable dentist from Dallas, PA, like Dr. James C. DeFinnis of Back Mountain Dental, has several remedies by which to fix them. One of the best solutions for damaged teeth is dental veneers. These thin pieces of porcelain or composite resin are designed to bond with your teeth and restore their appearance. They can also protect chipped teeth from decay, abscess, or infections.
Veneers may also be used even on undamaged natural teeth to improve imperfections on tooth size, shape, and color. They also have the advantage of being simpler to apply and less expensive than dental crowns and implants, partly because they are less invasive than the other two procedures. Also, certain types of veneers, particularly those labeled as “No-prep” veneers, may be installed in just one appointment, unlike other prosthesis which usually require multiple visits to the dentist.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
The application of traditional porcelain veneers require thinning down the tooth’s surface by removing around ½ mm of the tooth’s enamel. This has to be done before the prosthetics can be placed. The entire procedure may take up to three dental visits. “No-prep” veneers, on the other hand, typically make use of composite resin, and do not require the tooth to be ground down. Thus, the procedure can be done in one appointment.
A reputable cosmetic dentist in Dallas, PA, can help determine the right kind of dental veneer to match your preferences. In fact, such a practitioner can offer solutions for practically all kinds of dental problems. This, however, should not mislead you into using your teeth as a cutting tool in your home improvement projects.
(Source: Guide To Wire Strippers, Boing Boing, June 02, 2014)