I hate that I got porcelain veneers. My teeth are ruined. They are too everything wrong – too wide, too long, too white, too thick. There is nothing that I like about them. I keep thinking back about what went wrong. These are not the veneers I tried on and now they are stuck to my teeth. I am miserable about the thousands of dollars that I spent for this disappointment. My dentist kept telling me that I would get used to them and like them. It has been 2 months and I am still hurt. Can this be reversed somehow? – Lena
Lena – We are truly sorry to hear about your experience with porcelain veneers.
Although the process cannot be reversed, you can receive new veneers. Unfortunately, the replacement will likely be costly. You can try speaking with the dentist who placed the veneers about your disappointment to find out if he or she will work with you on the cost of replacing them.
Sometimes after a bad experience, a patient’s trust in a particular dentist has diminished. If that is your case, you can have a consultation with a few experienced, accredited cosmetic dentists to discuss your options.
We sincerely hope that you will reach a resolution that will give you the smile you want.
This post is sponsored by top New Jersey dentist Dr. Allyson Hurley.