Worn Out Teeth

Worn out teeth, also known as tooth wear or dental erosion, occur when the enamel, the outer protective layer of the tooth, gradually wears away over time. This can happen due to various factors such as bruxism (teeth grinding), acidic foods or beverages, aggressive brushing, or aging. As the enamel thins, the underlying dentin becomes more exposed, leading to increased sensitivity, changes in tooth color, and a worn or flattened appearance of the teeth. Worn out teeth not only affect the aesthetics of the smile but can also compromise dental function and overall oral health.

Veneers, whether porcelain or composite, offer an effective solution for restoring worn out teeth and rejuvenating the smile. By placing veneers over the affected teeth, dentists can restore their natural shape, size, and color, effectively concealing signs of wear and tear. Porcelain veneers, in particular, provide a durable and lifelike result that closely resembles natural tooth enamel. With veneers, individuals can enjoy a revitalized smile that not only looks beautiful but also functions optimally.


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