Flashing a smile might just be the best way to turn someone’s day around, whether it’s the person doing the smiling or the one receiving it. When it comes to cosmetic dental treatments, the most popular ones include dental bridges and veneers. And they are not used only to fix cavities, broken or crooked teeth, but also to enhance smiles.
Veneers account for over half (54%) of the reasons why someone ends up on the dentist’s chair. They’re also the top procedures reported by practices in the U.S. alone alongside bonding and which make up about 84% of all cosmetic procedures. Veneers can nowadays be as thin as contact lenses and they are mainly used to recreate the natural look and feel of teeth, while also offering the strength needed. No two veneers are the same. Each of them are customized to match the contour of natural teeth and just one or two strategically implanted porcelain veneers can give someone the perfect symmetry. It’s a much quicker procedure than braces and it always guarantees results. It also takes out the strain of having to go the dentist’s office multiple times a month.
According to Google Trends, Canadians searching for veneers have clocked an average of 75% between August 2017 and August 2018. This highlights the need more and more people have to attain that perfect smile they’ve been longing for. And these numbers have been growing for several years. It’s no wonder that 85% of adults consider their oral health is more important than diet (71%), social relationships (71%) or body weight (71%), according to a 2018 survey conducted by Delta Dental. The study also revealed that about 85% of adults consider their oral health to be a key factor in their overall health and that a great smile makes them feel confident every day (67%).
The benefits of porcelain veneers include durability and not having to worry that a bite from an apple will cause any problems, being long-lasting with the ‘shells’ known to last up to 20 years, as well as no recovery time needed following the procedure. Patients can also choose to take it up a notch and while they’re at it, have their natural teeth whitened as well and their porcelain ones match that exact tone.
It is scientifically proven that smiling has a relaxing effect facial muscles and sends positive signals to the central nervous system. Laughing itself oxygenatesthe brain. Why shy away from smiling because of imperfect teeth when there’s a way to fix that? Toronto-based residents can benefit from expert services from one of the best clinics available offering e.max® porcelain veneers for a more natural appearance.
Company Name: The Art of Dentistry
Contact Person: Dr. Sol Weiss
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Phone: (416) 927-7677
Address:25 Bellair St
State: Ontario M5R 2C8