As the end of the year approaches you may have some money left over in various health care accounts to cover some procedures. With most insurance plans implementing a “use it or lose it” policy on flexible spending money, you should schedule any procedures now to get them done before the end of the year.
One of those procedures you should consider is getting dental veneers.
What are they?
Dental veneers are one of the more popular options for cosmetic dentistry. They’re also a bit more expensive than bonding or whitening, which makes them a great choice to use the rest of your insurance money on. They’re simply wafer-thin porcelain shells that fit over the outside surface of your teeth, covering them in a brand-new layer that’s free of any kind of blemishes.
What do they fix?
Veneers are used in cosmetic dentistry to address problems such as chips, cracks, or fractures in teeth, in addition to teeth with deeply stained enamel that can’t be whitened even with professional whitening services.
How do they work?
Veneers will be made after Dr. Adam Hodges examines and measures your teeth. Those measurements are sent to a dental lab, where your veneers are made. They’re then installed and cemented over your teeth, perfectly matching tooth size and color.
If veneers sound like a great way to fix your smile’s problems, call us today at 662-453-5536 to schedule a consultation appointment.