Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells bonded to the front of your teeth. Veneers are a permanent cosmetic treatment used to correct various dental concerns, such as chips, cracks, stains, and gaps.
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The whole process for veneers can often be completed in two visits. During your first visit, our dentist will examine your mouth and ensure that veneers are the proper treatment. Then, we will begin the preparation of your tooth surface for the veneer by removing a small amount of enamel from your tooth surface. Next, impressions of your smile will be made to create custom veneers that fit your mouth perfectly. Once the veneers are ready, you will return for a second appointment. The veneers will be attached to your teeth using a unique dental adhesive during this appointment.
After the veneer procedure is complete, you can expect your new smile to last for many years with proper dental care. Be sure to brush and floss regularly and visit us for routine checkups and cleanings. Your veneers can last for 10 to 15 years or more with excellent care.
There are many benefits of cosmetic treatment like dental veneers, including:
Many people worry that veneers will not look natural, but thanks to advances in dental technology, veneers can match your teeth’ color, shape, and size. With the proper care, your veneers can last for many years, and you can enjoy a beautiful and fantastic smile.
The cost of your veneers will range depending on the type of material used and the number of teeth being treated. However, we ensure our prices are highly competitive compared to local dentists. You can expect to pay between $500 and $1,000 per tooth.
While veneers can last for many years, they are not permanent and will need to be replaced. The average lifespan of a dental veneer is about ten years, but some people have had their veneers for 15 years or more. To extend your veneers, avoid biting your nails, chewing on hard objects, and grinding your teeth.
You should brush and floss your teeth regularly and see your dentist for regular checkups and cleanings. If you play sports or participate in other activities that put you at risk for tooth injuries, you should wear a mouthguard.
There are two types of dental veneers: composite and porcelain.