Veneers: True or False Quiz

Posted by Dr. John Gonzalez on Jan 13 2021, 10:02 PM

Veneers: True or False Quiz

Your smile introduces you before you start to talk. It is the first aspect of your personality that people notice and hence is a huge contributor to self-esteem and confidence. If you are one of those people who cannot laugh without hiding your mouth, dental veneers can save you.

A dental veneer is a thin shell of ceramic or porcelain that is bonded to the tooth surface to fix broken, chipped, and discolored teeth. Veneers provide a wide range of cosmetic enhancements that can help you in achieving that picture-perfect smile. It is the most popular dental enhancement procedure requested by people. However, in spite of its huge popularity, people are often misled due to their misconceptions. We have prepared a quiz on veneers to bust these myths that stand in between you and your Hollywood smile.

True or False Quiz

  • Veneers don't blend in with the natural teeth, and people are going to notice that you have a fake smile.
  • Anybody looking for a cosmetic enhancement can get veneers.
  • Veneers can only fix cosmetic dental issues.
  • Installation of veneers is a long and tedious process.
  • Veneers irritate the gum tissues and are painful.
  • Veneers can be used as a whitening treatment.
  • Installation of dental veneers is an invasive technique.
  • Veneers are high maintenance and require constant care.
  • You have to use a separate toothbrush to clean your teeth with veneers.
  • Veneers have zero recovery time.
  • You can consume coffee and other foods without caring about dental stains. 
  • Veneers provide enhancements for natural teeth only.
  • The process is reversible.
  • Veneers can be used only for the front teeth.
  • Veneers are very expensive for a common man.

Quiz Answers

False. Veneers are custom-made to fit the shape, size, and color of your teeth. They mimic the light reflecting property of the natural teeth and blend in perfectly. People will not be able to detect your veneer-bonded teeth. 

False. You need to be in good oral and overall health to receive veneers. People with diseases like gingivitis or periodontitis are not eligible to receive veneers. If you clench or grind your teeth, you are also not a successful candidate for veneers.

False. Veneers do fix cosmetic issues but can also provide a solution for fractured, broken, and misaligned teeth. They also provide protection to vulnerable teeth that have chips and cracks. 

False. Veneer treatment is also known as instant orthodontics. Installation of veneers requires only two visits, and the desired results are immediate.

False. Veneers are made of porcelain, which is received very well by the gum tissues. 

True. Dental veneers can treat even the intrinsic stains that cannot be treated by professional dental whitening.

True. Prior to bonding the veneer, the enamel is filed by .5 to .7 millimeters to make space for the veneer. This ensures a better fit and prevents your smile from looking bulky.

False. Veneers are extremely durable, and they do not break or chip easily.

False. A regular soft-bristled toothbrush can be used to clean your teeth with veneers. 

True. Veneers do have zero recovery time, and you can resume your normal lifestyle immediately.

True. Porcelain veneers are stain-resistant. 

True. Veneers can treat only natural teeth and cannot be used to enhance teeth with dental restorations like crowns or bridges.

False. The process is irreversible. Placement of veneer requires filing down of the enamel and hence makes the process irreversible.

False. Veneers are also used on pre-molars and lower front teeth.

False. The association of veneers with celebrities can make one think that they are expensive, but they are very cost-effective in reality.

We hope that taking this quiz has busted your misconceptions about veneers and will help you take a step towards a healthier and beautiful smile. In case of further questions, book a consultation today.

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