Can You Put Veneers on Crooked Front Teeth in Georgetown, TX Area?


Can You Put Veneers on Crooked Front Teeth in Georgetown, TX?

We all want our teeth to look their best, we want straight teeth that are even and white, and we want teeth that are as perfect as possible. That being said, some people do not have great teeth, and a procedure like veneers is an excellent way to get that ideal smile without a ton of work. Veneers are a perfect option for those that want a flawless smile, but can you get them with crooked teeth? Veneers on crooked teeth are an option that does work, and veneers on crooked front teeth in Georgetown, TX with 4405 Dental Studio is a great possibility.

Can You Get Veneers on Crooked Teeth?

Crooked teeth are something that many people deal with, and if you do have crooked teeth, you may still be able to get veneers. In cases where you only have slightly crooked teeth, you can get veneers. Veneers are a method where teeth are reshaped. If you have slightly crooked teeth and want to get them straightened and want them to look better, veneers may be a great option.

The veneer process does require that the tooth be shaved down to a certain extent to make room for the veneer in the mouth. If your teeth are slightly crooked, your dentist can trim a bit of the tooth and create a smooth surface where the veneer can then be fitted to the tooth to appear straighter and appear perfect. In the hands of a skilled dentist, veneers can be fixed on mildly crooked teeth when the dentist is ready to put in the work and time it takes to fit your veneers perfectly.

Can You Get Veneers with Very Crooked Teeth?

  • Veneers work best with slightly crooked teeth.
  • Your tooth will be filed down for the veneer to fit.
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If you have very crooked teeth, you are likely not going to be able to have veneers. Since the veneer process does not require that a large amount of the tooth be trimmed, severely crooked teeth may be better with other procedures like caps, crowns, or even pulling the teeth and having implants put in. You may want to discuss orthodontic braces options with your dentist to straighten your teeth first before having veneers fitted to help reshape the tooth.

For those in the Georgetown TX area, Dr. Andrew Edmonds with 4405 Dental Studio can help you decide what procedure will work best for you, what method you will have done, and how you can help get your teeth in the best shape of your life. Call (512) 855-7308 to set up an appointment.

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Dr. Andrew Edmonds

A proud graduate of the Western University of Health Sciences School of Dentistry, Dr. Andrew Edmonds is a dentist who is a step ahead of the competition. His work ethic, skill, and passion have reflected his proficiency at his work, in addition to how much he strives to work his hardest for his beloved patients.

With a specialist interest in Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Andrew Edmonds is an expert in full mouth rehabilitation, bone grafting, implant dentistry, and sedation dentistry. In addition to undertaking several programs of further education to keep himself updated on the latest and most effective methods of dentistry, he is working towards achieving his fellowship in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and in the Academy of General Dentistry in addition to securing a Master of Oral Implantology from California Implant Institute.

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