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Smile with Confidence with Porcelain Veneers in Ft. Collins!

September 9, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — drlindsey @ 2:13 am

blonde woman beautiful smileIf you have smile flaws, you may be wondering, “Do people notice the condition of my teeth?” Studies show that at least one-third of the people you meet will notice how your smile looks before anything else. Because of your imperfections, you may be reluctant to initiate a new friendship, pose for pictures or speak in front of a group of people. Porcelain veneers in Ft. Collins offer a way to overcome your smile woes in a stress-free way. As you read on, you’ll discover more about the process and how you can enjoy the best version of yourself!

Porcelain Veneers – Small Fixtures, Big Results!

Porcelain veneers are thin, ceramic shells that fit over your front-facing teeth and mask gaps, slight misalignments, crowding, crookedness and stains. It’s usually a two-visit procedure that includes the following steps:

  • Preparation – The first step of the procedure is for your dentist to remove a thin layer of enamel (the outer hard surface of your teeth). This will allow for the veneers to fit within your natural smile line and match the look of your other digits.
  • Bite Impressions – With the tooth prepped, you can have bite impressions taken and photos captured that are sent to a lab that specializes in crafting porcelain veneers.
  • Temporary Fitting – It typically takes one to two weeks to fabricate your permanent veneers. Meanwhile, you’ll be fitted with temporary porcelain veneers to protect your teeth.
  • Final Placement – When your new shells are ready, you’ll return to your cosmetic dentist’s office to have them permanently placed.

By the time you leave, you’ll look and feel like a new person with your custom-crafted porcelain veneers!

Does the Way You Look Matter?

In some cases, there is a misconception about cosmetic dentistry – that maybe it’s not has vital to your wellness as other forms of dentistry are. Here’s a different perspective to consider, though. When you look better and experience the emotional response that comes along with it, you start producing hormones like serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin and endorphins that change the environment inside your body.

Thus, the increased confidence you get from improving your smile with porcelain veneers can have an impact on your overall health. That’s because the hormones mentioned above have a calming effect on your body, which helps in managing blood pressure, insulin production and other vital functions.

A New Start!

Now that you understand how porcelain veneers can provide you with more than just a beautiful smile, the next step is to act on what you’ve learned by reaching out to your cosmetic dentist in Ft. Collins to schedule a visit. The professional will take the time to explain every step of the process so you can comfortably get on the road to smile perfection!

About the Author

Dr. Shiloh Lindsey is a graduate of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center School of Dentistry. Throughout her career, she’s remained dedicated to learning more, which is why she takes hours of continuing education each year. Voted one of “America’s Best Dentists” for the past 17 years, Dr. Lindsey helps patients smile with confidence with porcelain veneers at Aspen Dental Care, and she can be reached for more information through her website.

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