Given the latest trends in dentistry and improving your overall appearance, many of our Milford patients inquire about dental veneers. Veneers are ultra-thin sheets of tooth-like material that are bonded to the front surfaces of the teeth to improve appearance and often, oral health. Aesthetics are important to many people, particularly those in the business world, people who are looking to make good impressions, and people who may be recently single and are entering the dating world again. Dr. Kostrzewski and other dentists will tell you that your smile is the first thing people notice about you when they meet you. This is why it is important to make a good first impression and have a confident smile that says “I’m a poised individual ready to take on the world” or perhaps something along those lines.
To make this good first impression with your smile you may have considered veneers for your smile makeover or upgrade. Ultimately Dr. Kostrzewski can help you determine how to reach your smile goals but very often patients who want veneers are eligible and can benefit from them. These patients should know there is more to veneers and their placement than just carefully bonding them onto their teeth.
Placing and creating dental veneers is actually quite meticulous as a good veneers dentist will take into account your overall appearance as well as subtle characteristics to make your smile glow. For example, when Dr. K evaluates you and your smile goals he will consider such physical features as your skin tone, eye color, hair color, nose shape, lips, and how they complement each other. In short, Dr. K will be customizing your new veneers smile to your individual physical characteristics.
Beware the dentist who cuts and pastes smiles. Brad Pitt’s or Angelina Jolie’s smile just make not work with your features. Instead trust your smile to a professional who has the education and training that is put to use by other dentists, dental manufacturers, and the dental industry as a whole. Learn more about veneers and Dr. K’s credentials by clicking the previous links.