Can Porcelain Veneers Fix My Asymmetrical Smile?
Proper balance is an important component of a beautiful smile. Damage to the gums and/or worn teeth that are exaggerated on one side of the mouth can create the appearance of an asymmetrical smile. In these cases, teeth on one half of the mouth may look longer than the other, affecting the balance and proportion of your smile.
Whether imbalance is caused by nighttime teeth grinding or an improper brushing technique that creates gum recession, Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist Michael Kosdon, DDS is often able to rely on the versatility of custom, high-quality porcelain veneers to improve overall smile aesthetics. Dr. Kosdon develops each porcelain veneers treatment plan based on the unique cosmetic issues the patient wants to resolve. Along with improving smile symmetry, it is common for him to simultaneously create a whiter, brighter smile and correct misalignment—all with the veneers procedure.
On our sister website, Dr. Kosdon has written a full-length blog on this topic that provides an in-depth look at his approach for resolving smile asymmetry and a variety of other cosmetic dental concerns. We invite you to read the extended version of this blog to get all the information you are looking for on this subject.
If you’d like to learn more about smile makeovers, or want to schedule a porcelain veneers consultation with Dr. Kosdon, please contact our office.