Dental Veneers

dental veneers

Veneers, Your Smile Solution

For those seeking the proverbial “Hollywood Smile”, dental veneers are an attractive option which can radically improve a smile’s brightness and quality.

Veneers are custom-made shells that cover the front of existing teeth, which may be damaged, misshapen or discolored. Typically they’re made from porcelain or resin composite, although porcelain veneers are strongly preferred due to their durability and natural appearance.

Most of the work in preparing veneers occurs in the dental lab.

After the dentist takes an impression of the patient's teeth, a plaster model is made from the impression. A dental technician then designs the veneers on the plaster model. After that, the veneers are fabricated using the chosen material and baked in an oven to harden the material. Finally, the veneers are polished, finished, and delivered to the clinic.

Receiving veneers isn't particularly painful or uncomfortable, and you can expect to love your new smile the day after application.

Preparation of Tooth Surface

Lab Impressions Made

Temporaries Applied

Bonding of Veneers to Teeth

Trimming and Polishing

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Benefits of Veneers

-- They drastically improve the appearance of your teeth. Veneers look so natural that no one can tell you have them.

-- They're well-tolerated. The procedure is usually painless, and recovery is quick and uneventful.

-- They're stain-resistant. Porcelain veneers are resistant to stains and will remain white and bright for a long time.

-- They're versatile. They will almost all defects of shape, color, and alignment.

Arguably, veneers are as much about boosting self-confidence as they are about aesthetic appearance. Maybe that’s why they’re one of our most popular procedures.