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Veneers vs. Invisalign: Which is Right for You?

Filed under: Dentistry — hanna1355 @ 7:24 pm

Are you finally ready to take steps to enhance your smile’s appearance? Whether you just want to feel great about posing in pictures or need to make an amazing first impression for a new job, a trip to our dentist in Gilbert is a great place to start. After all, your smile is one of the only accessories that you’ll wear every day for the rest of your life!

With options like veneers and Invisalign, you can get the dramatic results you’re looking for …but which one is best for you?

Invisalign: Straightening Your Natural Smile the Invisible Way

For misaligned teeth, Invisalign can help you straighten your smile without fixed brackets and wires. Adults love how clear the aligners are! Plus, you can even whiten your teeth during the process. When your smile is healthy and just needs some slight adjustments, clear braces like Invisalign might be your best bet.

Veneers: Masking Irregularities in Just 2-3 Visits

Sometimes called “instant braces,” veneers are thin shells of porcelain that we custom design and bond over your smile. These aesthetic treatments mask everything behind them, including stains, uneven teeth, and misshaped enamel. Veneers take two to three visits to complete, and last for several years before needing to be changed out.

You’ll need to ask yourself a few questions:

  • Would I be happy with my smile if my teeth looked straighter, or would they still need an extra amount of cosmetic dental treatment?
  • Do I need to see results immediately, or can it be a gradual process?
  • What is my budget going to be? Will my insurance cover orthodontic work?

If you’re looking for a great cosmetic dentist in Gilbert, Dr. Hanna Mansoor is currently accepting new patients. Contact Smiles by Hanna at 480-279-3700 today to book a complimentary consultation to find out how we can help you attain the smile of your dreams!

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