The Differences Between Invisalign and Veneers: Which One Is Right for Me? If you have crooked teeth, remember that you have options. Depending on your situation, you may or may not need orthodontic treatments. It’s important to remember that your cosmetic dentist will help determine exactly which procedures you need, depending on the severity of your problems. However, the dentists at Dental Health Care Associates would love to show you your options, and how each of these options can benefit you. Your Smile Straightening Options There are three main options when it comes to smile straightening. Each of these options have their advantages, and it will depend on the exact nature of your problems as to exactly which procedure is appropriate for your particular condition. These three options are: Invisalign Porcelain veneers Lumineers Allow our dentists to show you the differences between these procedures, and how these procedures can help you. Straightening Your Smile With Invisalign A set of Invisalign clear braces can remedy your crooked smile through the utilization of invisible plastic aligning trays. The Invisalign system is superior to metal braces in several ways. These include: Invisalign braces are comfortable, and you will never suffer from the same cuts and abrasions caused by traditional metal braces. Invisalign braces are removable, and you will be able to eat your favorite foods, while never having to worry about messy meals. Invisalign braces are clear, and virtually invisible so no one will ever notice that you are straightening your smile. You will gain and unprecedented sense of self-confidence because you will be able to get the straight smile you deserve without any sort of self- consciousness. For more information about Invisalign, please click here. Lumineers and Porcelain Veneers Porcelain veneers and Lumineers are different from Invisalign because they utilize durable porcelain coverings that go over the fronts of your teeth. Lumineers and veneers can fix the following problems: Chipped teeth Gapped teeth Stained teeth Misshapen teeth You may be a candidate for veneers if you have the aforementioned problems, and mildly crooked teeth. If you would like to learn more about the benefits of these methods, please see these pages on the benefits of Lumineers and the benefits of veneers. Philadelphia Cosmetic Dentists If you’re in need of any of these procedures, our dentists would love to help you. For a complimentary consultation about Invisalign and veneers, please call our offices today at 484-498-2129.
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