Are Veneers the Best Option to Cover Up My Stained Teeth?

If stained teeth cause you to speak less and frequently cover your mouth, it’s time to do something about it. Your teeth are not exactly white to begin with, and their color changes throughout your lifetime. Plus, various foods, beverages, medications, habits, and genetic factors all impact your teeth color. 

Dental veneers can cover stained and discolored teeth when routine oral care and teeth whitening treatments are ineffective. These appliances enable you to smile and speak out again without shame over a stained smile. They also hide cosmetic imperfections like chips and gaps. 

In addition, your gorgeous, natural-looking veneers can hide shorter or misshapen teeth to create the perfect smile.

The Fresh Dental Care team, with five locations around Houston, Texas, can determine if veneers provide a solution for covering your discolored teeth. Let’s learn more about veneers and whether they are right for you. 

Why do I have teeth stains?

Discolored teeth are more common than you may realize due to our lifestyles, diets, general health, and other factors. Some of the leading causes of discolored teeth include: 

How can veneers help?

We design veneers — thin porcelain shells custom-made to fit perfectly over your front-facing teeth — to cover discolorations, chips, gaps, breaks, or misshapen teeth. 

These dental appliances bond to your teeth and leave you with a natural-looking smile you are proud to share. 

What does it take to get veneers? 

Your Fresh Dental Care provider will evaluate your teeth to determine if you are a good candidate for veneers. Tooth decay, gum disease, or other oral health problems require treatment before you can get veneers. 

When you’re ready to get your veneers, your provider removes a small amount of tooth enamel, which allows the veneers to fit properly and appear uniform. We will create impressions of your teeth for the lab to use when making your custom veneers. You return to our office in about two weeks to have your permanent veneers attached. 

It’s that simple! You leave our office in Houston with a brand-new smile. Contact the Fresh Dental Care location convenient to you and schedule a consultation by using our online booking feature or calling to discuss dental veneers with one of our talented providers. 

You Might Also Enjoy...

5 Ways to Prevent the Need for a Root Canal

The pain of root canals lives on in myth. It’s been many decades since the procedure itself became pain-free. Despite this, the healthiest teeth include the tissue that root canals remove. Here’s what you can do to prevent the need.

What to Do When a Crown Falls Out

Dental crowns are useful in protecting damaged teeth, but if something happens and they end up falling out, you’ll need to know how to keep things from worsening. Read on to find out how to manage the situation.

How Zoom Can Whiten Your Teeth

You may be embarrassed to show your smile because your teeth are stained or yellowed, but there’s a treatment for that. Learn how the Zoom teeth whitening system can take you from dull to dazzling.