Porcelain Veneers

What are Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain veneers are a great option for restoring your smile and correcting imperfections. They can be helpful when it comes to covering up areas that are chipped, broken, discolored or stained. If you are looking for a way to completely restore your smile, veneers are the best choice for you. They can last for up to 10 years or longer while providing you with a natural-looking smile.

Why are Porcelain Veneers needed?

Veneers are often needed if you’re unhappy with your smile. It’s not uncommon for patients to request veneers prior to an event, like a wedding or a reunion. Veneers can cover:

  • Discoloration
  • Stains
  • Chips and cracks
  • Gaps and spaces
  • Uneven teeth
Why Are Porcelain Veneers Needed
Who Is A Good Candidate For Porcelain Veneers

Who is a good candidate for Porcelain Veneers?

We will examine your teeth to determine if you might need veneers. If you need veneers, we can easily make them just for you so that they fit comfortably and securely over your existing teeth. The procedure is done in just two visits into the office. Most patients who want veneers can safely have the procedure done.

What happens during the Porcelain Veneer process?

We will roughen up the front teeth slightly to help the veneers adhere better. We then take molds of the teeth and use these to make the actual veneers. Your second trip into the office involves placing the permanent veneers. The veneers are place one by one onto each individual front tooth. The bite and fit is adjusted as needed, and you will be ready to benefit from a full and healthy smile. The process is incredibly quick, and it can help you to feel confident in the way that your smile looks. Your new veneers can last for 10 or more years without needing to worry that they require special care or maintenance in any way. Our goal is to provide you with a gorgeous smile that you will love.

If you would like to come into the office for a consultation for veneers, call us today so that we can get you in for an appointment.

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