Cosmetic

Porcelain Veneers

When your teeth have noticeable flaws, it can make you want to hide them. You do not have to live with imperfect teeth that interfere with your interactions with others. Instead of undergoing several different cosmetic dental procedures, you can choose one that will address it all. Porcelain veneers can help you achieve a beautiful smile and restore your confidence. Veneers are crafted from high-quality porcelain that is shaped to fit over the front-facing parts of teeth effectively correcting and concealing any number of flaws with just one fast, painless procedure.

Typically, we complete the porcelain veneer process over the course of two appointments at our office. During the initial appointment, we prepare teeth by removing a small amount of surface enamel, capture dental impressions, and place a temporary. Once the final product is received from the lab, patients return to exchange their temporary for a custom porcelain veneer.

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  • What are porcelain veneers?

    Porcelain veneers are custom-made, thin, tooth-colored ceramic shells that are bonded to the front surface of your teeth to change their color, shape, length, or size. They can dramatically transform your smile’s appearance by addressing several kinds of flaws:
    • Chipped teeth.
    • Discolored teeth.
    • Misshaped teeth.
    • Worn-down teeth.
    • Small gaps between teeth.
    Basically, if you want to cover an imperfection in your smile, getting a porcelain veneer is a great option.
  • What are the types of porcelain veneers?

    There are two types of porcelain veneers: traditional and minimal prep. To determine the type that fits your needs, you’ll want to schedule a consultation with one of our dentists to evaluate your oral health, aesthetic concerns, and treatment goals.
  • Traditional porcelain veneers

    Traditional veneers are custom-made at a dental laboratory by a skilled technician. To make room in your mouth for a traditional veneer, your dentist will need to remove a small amount of enamel.
  • Minimal-prep veneers

    Much thinner than their traditional counterpart, minimal-prep veneers do not require removing tooth enamel to place. They are a good option for patients who want porcelain veneers but want more conservative treatment.
  • What is the process of getting porcelain veneers?

    After you and your dentist decide that traditional porcelain veneers are right for you, the dentist will remove about one millimeter of enamel on the treated tooth. Then they will take impressions and measurements of your teeth and send this information to the dental lab for fabrication. While you wait, the dentist will place a temporary veneer. When the final product is finished, you will return to the dental office, and the dentist will permanently bond the veneer to the front of your teeth. In as little as two appointments, you could have the smile you’ve always dreamed of!
  • What are the benefits of porcelain veneers?

    In addition to covering up the imperfections in your teeth, porcelain veneers have several advantages:
    • Gum tissues respond well to porcelain, so you don’t have to worry about irritated gums.
    • They are stronger and more durable than natural teeth, so they will be able to withstand normal wear and tear.
    • They resist stains better than tooth enamel and will keep shining bright.
    • They reflect light much like teeth, so they look natural.
    If you’re looking to revamp your smile and boost your confidence, porcelain veneers just might be the right solution for you. Schedule a consultation with us to discuss your options today!
  • What are porcelain veneers?
    image description
    Porcelain veneers are custom-made, thin, tooth-colored ceramic shells that are bonded to the front surface of your teeth to change their color, shape, length, or size. They can dramatically transform your smile’s appearance by addressing several kinds of flaws:
    • Chipped teeth.
    • Discolored teeth.
    • Misshaped teeth.
    • Worn-down teeth.
    • Small gaps between teeth.
    Basically, if you want to cover an imperfection in your smile, getting a porcelain veneer is a great option.
  • What are the types of porcelain veneers?
    image description
    There are two types of porcelain veneers: traditional and minimal prep. To determine the type that fits your needs, you’ll want to schedule a consultation with one of our dentists to evaluate your oral health, aesthetic concerns, and treatment goals.
  • Traditional porcelain veneers
    image description
    Traditional veneers are custom-made at a dental laboratory by a skilled technician. To make room in your mouth for a traditional veneer, your dentist will need to remove a small amount of enamel.
  • Minimal-prep veneers
    image description
    Much thinner than their traditional counterpart, minimal-prep veneers do not require removing tooth enamel to place. They are a good option for patients who want porcelain veneers but want more conservative treatment.
  • What is the process of getting porcelain veneers?
    image description
    After you and your dentist decide that traditional porcelain veneers are right for you, the dentist will remove about one millimeter of enamel on the treated tooth. Then they will take impressions and measurements of your teeth and send this information to the dental lab for fabrication. While you wait, the dentist will place a temporary veneer. When the final product is finished, you will return to the dental office, and the dentist will permanently bond the veneer to the front of your teeth. In as little as two appointments, you could have the smile you’ve always dreamed of!
  • What are the benefits of porcelain veneers?
    image description
    In addition to covering up the imperfections in your teeth, porcelain veneers have several advantages:
    • Gum tissues respond well to porcelain, so you don’t have to worry about irritated gums.
    • They are stronger and more durable than natural teeth, so they will be able to withstand normal wear and tear.
    • They resist stains better than tooth enamel and will keep shining bright.
    • They reflect light much like teeth, so they look natural.
    If you’re looking to revamp your smile and boost your confidence, porcelain veneers just might be the right solution for you. Schedule a consultation with us to discuss your options today!
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