The Veneers Effect
Thanks to porcelain veneers, living with stained, misshapen, or crooked teeth is now a thing of the past. Veneers are thin, strong ceramic shells bonded directly onto your teeth to transform your smile.
Veneers offer a viable and beautiful solution with many significant smile advantages, including:
A strong and long-lasting smile
They can be cared for like normal teeth
After the placement of your veneers, your dentist may recommend you wear a nightguard to protect your new smile.
Placing Your Veneers
Our team wants to involve you in the exciting process of redesigning your new smile. Together, we’ll establish the shape and color of your smile while explaining the procedure and answers any questions.
Although porcelain veneers are wafer-thin, a little tooth preparation is needed. Upon removing a small amount of enamel, your cosmetic dentist will take impressions for our partner lab. If needed, we’ll place temporary veneers until your permanent ones are ready.
Once the lab has completed your veneers, your dentist will check the color and fit before getting your approval. When you are both 100% happy, we’ll bond the veneers into place so that you can enjoy your stunning smile with full-confidence.
The polite and knowledgeable staff will help with your dental needs in a fun and caring way. They make you feel more like family rather than just a patient.
Colton C. (Masterpiece Patient)
How to Care for Your Veneers
The most crucial aspect of caring for your veneers is daily brushing and flossing. We’ll help you establish a solid at-home hygiene routine that best suits your new teeth.
After we place veneers, some patients may experience slight tooth sensitivity caused by the small amount of enamel left on your tooth after preparation. However, this sensitivity should stop after a few weeks; if it doesn’t, please contact our office.
If you have a history of teeth grinding, our team of dentists may recommend a nightguard to protect your smile while you sleep. This oral appliance is specifically designed for your smile, so you’ll hardly notice it during the night.
We recommend scheduling your regular six-month check-ups to evaluate your veneers and, of course, your oral health.