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Do discolored, gapped, chipped, or otherwise imperfect teeth prevent you from smiling confidently? Well, thanks to porcelain veneers, you don’t have to endure months of whitening appointments, braces, and other treatments to perfect your grin. In fact, this all-in-one solution can help you achieve your smile goals in as little as two visits! To take the next step toward a flawless smile, contact our office to schedule an initial consultation with Dr. Hung and Dr. Richards.
Veneers are thin, enamel-colored shells that are designed to attach to the front of your teeth. Although they were originally crafted from composite resin, porcelain is the material of choice today since it is incredibly durable, extremely life-like, and particularly resistant to stains. Plus, by bonding it to your teeth, you can leave behind a number of imperfections, including:
The journey to your new and improved smile will begin with an initial consultation with Dr. Hung and Dr. Richards. At your appointment, they will discuss your smile goals in-depth and conduct a thorough dental exam to ensure veneers are the best option for you. From there, they will solidify the details of your treatment plan and schedule your next visit. This is when they will prepare your teeth by removing a small portion of your enamel, take a model for the lab, and provide you with temporary veneers. Once your permanent set is crafted to perfection, you will return to our office so our team can place them!
With so many cosmetic treatments to choose from, you may be wondering why veneers continue to be a leading option for patients looking to perfect their smile. In short, choosing to fix a single tooth or undergo a complete smile makeover with veneers comes with certain benefits, such as:
To ensure your beautiful new smile lasts as long as possible, it’s important to care for your veneers properly. Fortunately, that task is quite easy since they can be maintained with the same habits that keep your natural teeth healthy: