At Nashville Aesthetic Dentistry in Brentwood TN, we offer a host of cosmetic dentistry services to improve your smile, confidence, and dental health. One of the most cutting-edge, advanced dental technologies we offer are DURAthin® and Micro-thin veneers. But how do they differ from standard porcelain veneers? Our team has put this blog post together to showcase the major differences.
Traditional vs DURAthin®
Porcelain veneers have been used for years now to remove inconsistencies in patients’ smiles. From whitening the surface and ridding you of staining, to straightening your smile, traditional dental veneers seem like they can do it all. However, there has long been one caveat associated with porcelain veneers that has worried some patients; mainly, the fact that, in order for them to properly adhere to the tooth, a small amount of enamel must be removed.
Though this is fine in most cases, some teeth that are too weak for the procedure can greatly benefit from DURAthin® veneers. These wonders of cosmetic dentistry improve your smile without the need for enamel removal. The veneers adhere without the need for any invasive procedure and are sure to give you a brilliant smile for years to come.
With DURAthin® and Micro-thin veneers, you can expect a host of cosmetic and health benefits.
- Slight Alignment Correction: Like their traditional counterparts, Durathin® and Micro-thin veneers help with minor alignment issues, ensuring your smile is straight and consistent.
- Whitening: Durathin® veneers give you the option of whitening your stained teeth quickly, effectively, and permanently.
- Improved Structural Integrity: Adding the thin layer of protection to the front of your teeth can prevent further decay and potential gum disease issues. Even better, since no enamel is removed, the tooth remains as structurally sound as it was before the procedure.
At Nashville Aesthetic Dentistry in Brentwood TN, we offer both porcelain and DURAthin® veneers, as well as a host of cosmetic dentistry options. We serve satisfied patients in Brentwood, Nashville, Franklin, Murfreesboro, and Spring Hill. Contact us today!