A dental veneer is a thin piece of toothlike material that can be bonded directly to a tooth surface to alter the tooth’s appearance. Veneers can make teeth appear more shapely, brighter, and more uniform. They can also fix the appearance of damage and chips, and close unsightly gaps. Using dental veneers, we can work with you to achieve the perfect smile you’ve always wanted.
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The Benefits of Dental Veneers
- Confidence | Patients who feel great about the way their smile looks smile more often and are more likely to feel confident and positive. Veneers for teeth can help patients feel more, and can contribute to greater success in personal, social, and professional situations.
- Beauty | With our porcelain dental veneers, you can achieve your best smile. We can use our veneers to fix any imperfection in your smile’s appearance and create a smile that you’ll love to share.
- Versatility | Dental veneers can be used to completely makeover a smile and accomplish multiple aesthetic goals at once. We can use our veneers to fix the appearance of damage, gaps, and chips. Veneers can also be used to make teeth appear straighter without orthodontics and whiter without tooth bleaching.
- Convenience | Our dental veneers are easy to care for and maintain. Patients can take care of their veneers by simply brushing and flossing them the same way they brush and floss their other teeth.
- Comfort | After your treatment, your veneers will begin to feel like a natural part of your smile. Veneers are so thin and can be bonded so efficiently that they’ll feel like any other part of your tooth.
At our practice, we offer conventional, composite, and prepless Lumineers, Da Vinci and Durathin Prepless ultrathin veneers. Our prepless veneers are so thin that they can be applied to your teeth directly without altering your original tooth structure.
To find out more about our porcelain veneer options, call us at our office today.