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Dr. Arman Torbati DDS.

➤ Harvard & USC Graduate
➤ Associate Professor at USC
➤ Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontics
➤ Prosthodontist, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist

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11600 Wilshire Blvd. Ste 300
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Phone: 310.553.3428
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Why Should You Consider Dental Veneers?


Dental veneers are for people who want to improve their smile. If you are not confident smiling in front of a camera because of chipped, unevenly spaced, misshapen, or discoloured teeth, then veneers might be a great fix for you. Simply, porcelain veneers are thin porcelain layers that cover your natural teeth. Once fitted, you won’t feel them but your teeth will have drastically changed. They give you pearly-white teeth and create a uniform dentition for a brighter smile. The veneers have the appearance and feel of natural teeth – all you need is a dentist who can do perfect fittings.

What are some of the advantages of veneers?

Cosmetically Repair Your Teeth

Dental veneers are thin pieces of medical-grade porcelain cemented to the front of the teeth. A dentist personalizes the veneers for every individual based on the needs and the condition of the existing teeth. This way, the veneers fit perfectly to create a pleasing appearance. They sport the natural color of teeth and reflect light the same way natural teeth do. You can fit veneers to correct teeth problems such as discoloured teeth, chipped or broken teeth, and uneven teeth. They can also close the gap between your front teeth to improve your smile. What makes veneers a better fix compared to other dental procedures is that fact that it takes less time and it is not painful at all. Instead of moving the teeth or adding bulky structures, veneers camouflage the dental problems such as chipped or broken teeth. 2.

Improve Tooth Structure

Fitting a veneer involves removing part of the enamel before placing the veneer on the front part of a tooth. The dentist removes only half a millimeter of the enamel – which is way less than what a dentist removes to fit a crown. The procedure is not invasive, and is actually easier and less time consuming compared to fitting a crown. When fitting, the doctor does minor adjustments to the veneer’s color and size to perfectly match your natural teeth. By fitting veneers, you achieve a perfect alignment of all your teeth. This way, your teeth look much better when you smile. 3.

Porcelain Veneers are Permanent and Easy to Maintain

Porcelain is a strong material that will last for many decades. The material resists decay and stain better than natural teeth. On the surface, porcelain veneers are nonporous unlike natural teeth which may absorb stains fast. With proper care, the veneer can last for more than 15 years. There is no special care for dental veneers. Because they have the look and feel of your natural teeth, all you need to do is brush them as you would your natural teeth. Brush them at least twice a day, floss once a day, and a schedule an appointment with Dr. Arman Torbati at least twice a year. 4.

Veneers Permanently Whiten Teeth

You could go to the dentist after every few months to whiten your teeth, or you could get veneers to whiten your teeth permanently. Unlike your natural teeth, veneers resist staining from coffee and smoking. Instead of whitening your teeth once a year, you can get veneers which are more resilient to stain and avoid unnecessary annual whitening. The procedure is also ideal when your natural teeth discolour and resist whitening efforts. If a dentist tries different whitening methods that fail, getting a dental veneer might be a great choice. 5.

Replace Lost Enamel

While enamel is strong, it wears out when you consume highly acidic foods due to acid-reflux disease, or from over-ambitious teeth brushing. Lost teeth enamel will never grow back, but you can replace it with veneers. Veneers are durable and may prevent further wearing off of the enamel. By replacing the enamel, you retain the natural look and feel of your teeth. This is important when you need to control teeth sensitivity from worn out enamel. 6.

A Worthwhile Investment

There are many reasons why you might need porcelain veneers. The end goal, however, is to improve your smile. It makes your teeth look and feel natural, and can even camouflage some of the dental problems you might have. If you choose a dental veneer, you also get cosmetic enhancement that leaves you teeth looking awesome.

What is Porcelain and how do you Get Dental Veneers?

You might have seen porcelain in vases and tea sets among others. Porcelain is a strong material and this makes it ideal for use in teeth. The color of porcelain mimics natural teeth, which mean it won’t look out of place once fitted. Again, even a thin strip of porcelain will last for a long time, which is why a dentist is able to guarantee that your veneers will last for more than a decade with good care. The strength does not affect the pliability of the porcelain – which is why it still looks perfect after installation. To get veneers, you will need at least two visits to the dentist. First, the dentist prepares your teeth for the fitting of the veneers. They also take impressions of your teeth and send them to the lab during the first visit. When the veneers are ready, you will come in for the fitting. Besides routine dental check-up and cleaning, you may never need to visit the dentist again for the veneers. On average, a dental veneer can last for 10 years. After that, you need to come back for a replacement. With good care, however, the veneer can last for up to 20 years. You may need a replacement of the veneers cracks, chips, or wears down.

Schedule an Appointment

If you need veneers today, schedule an appointment with Dr. Arman Torbati. The doctor will examine your teeth to see if you are a right candidate for the dental veneers. If you are, the doctor takes your teeth impressions and prepares your teeth. Within a few days, you will have fitted veneers and a brighter smile without undergoing invasive dental surgeries or waiting for months.

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