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Typically made of a thin porcelain or resin material, dental veneers are thin shells that our dentist can attach over the front of your teeth to correct a number of minor dental imperfections and to enhance the natural beauty of your smile. The versatility of dental veneers is what make them such a popular cosmetic treatment. Whether you are worried about a mishappen, discolored or fractured tooth, veneers can give you a shapelier, whiter, more proportionate smile.
Dental veneers can address a number of cosmetic flaws in your smile, such as:
- Broken, cracked, chipped, worn or fractured teeth
- Teeth that are slightly crooked or the wrong shape or size
- Teeth that are severely stained or discolored
- Large gaps or “black triangles” between teeth
A Beautiful New Smile
Veneers are one of the most efficient and effective ways to improve your smile. While resin veneers can be customized to the specific shade of your natural tooth, porcelain veneers are more popular for cosmetic treatments as they are stain resistant and naturally translucent, matching the texture and appearance of tooth enamel. Porcelain is also thinner than other potential materials, so less of the original tooth structure needs to be removed for the veneers to be applied. The result is a beautiful, natural-looking smile that you can feel confident showing off.
The Veneer Process
The process of getting your dental veneers will begin with an initial cosmetic consultation, during which our dentist will discuss your specific cosmetic goals and needs with you before creating a customized treatment plan designed to meet those goals. When you come in for your first appointment, our team will clean your teeth, remove a small portion of enamel to make room for your restoration and take an impression of your smile that they will use to design your long-term veneers. When your veneers are ready, we will invite you back to our office to bond them to your teeth. With the right care, your veneers could last up to 15 years.