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Old 11-15-2009, 10:09 AM   #1
 
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Default Realistic Veneers - Timothy Olyphant

I think his veneers look reasonable and enhance his look.

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It is difficult to judge from their after photo since it is not portraying a full smile. I am not a dentist but do have cosmetic porcelain veneers myself - during a moderate smile they appear real but a full smile exposing the gum, others may have a different opinion.

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Well, hopefully Olyphant's do not have that Chiclet type appearance. Yes, it is hard to judge from that photo, but the veneers look oh so much better than most celebs that go overboard.

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I wish I could afford veneers. They cost a lot of money don't they? I need to get braces but I am a student and my mom can't afford to help me.

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Your teeth should already be reasonably straight, or appear the way you are satisfied prior to getting veneers.

Yes, they are pricey.

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Do veneers last forever? You then have to deal with the hassle of getting them replaced every few years. You are far better off keeping your natural teeth instead.

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Do veneers last forever? You then have to deal with the hassle of getting them replaced every few years. You are far better off keeping your natural teeth instead.
If veneers are properly cared for, they can last in excess of ten years.

Some people do not have a choice in getting veneers. Natural teeth are wonderful ... if they're healthy. Not everyone has that advantage. Also, if one is featured in the public eye, sometimes veneers are very necessary.

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