Achieving Your Medal Winning Smile With Porcelain Veneers

Who doesn’t love winning? The Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea made us all want to learn how to bobsled or fence for an opportunity to stand on the Olympic podium with a medal hanging around our neck. If you’d like to refresh your memory about the results of this year’s Winter Olympics can you find them here.

If you were to enter a smiling competitive event, how would you do? Would your smile get you directly to the center of the podium with a gold medal around your neck? If so, we are happy for you. However, most people would be happy to even qualify to compete.

Smile dissatisfaction is usually associated with missing, discolored, crooked, gapped or misaligned teeth. Porcelain veneers will give you a winning smile. They do this by forming a shield or shell that can cover some of your smile dissatisfaction issues and give you a new smile that can last a lifetime.

Porcelain veneers give you a natural-looking smile. They are custom made for you and take into consideration your unique size, shape and color of your other teeth. Not only will they look natural, but they will also fit naturally with the rest of your teeth. Your natural bite will also be the same.

Not everyone is a good candidate for porcelain veneers. To determine if you can get porcelain veneers, book your consultation with one of our dental professionals and smile experts at Group Health Dental to see if porcelain veneers are right for you. Call us today to book your appointment to discuss if porcelain veneers will help you achieve your medal-winning smile.

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