Your veneers are created with premium porcelain at All Smiles Family Dentistry. The translucency of porcelain closely resembles that of natural teeth. This indicates that it will match the rest of your teeth perfectly and look natural. Depending on your unique needs, our specialists may utilize a variety of porcelain.
Dental veneers are incredibly thin coverings that are attached to the front of your teeth to improve the aesthetics of your smile. They are normally made of porcelain or resin. Dental veneers may be suggested by our dentist to treat a variety of smile flaws. Because porcelain’s color and translucence closely resemble the natural appearance of tooth enamel, porcelain veneers are a terrific option for improving your smile. Your smile will remain bright for years to come since porcelain is also stain-resistant. Additionally, resin veneers can match the shade of your teeth. You can get a gorgeous, realistic-looking smile with dental veneers that you’ll want to show off.
The dentist typically removes a tiny bit of enamel from the front and sides of the teeth to prepare them. For your teeth to look
natural, this makes place for the veneers. A mold, or imprint, of the ready teeth, is created by the dentist. The dentist also chooses the shade of veneers that would look best on your smile.
The impression is delivered to a dental lab, where the veneers are made specifically to fit your teeth. This could require several days. Your dentist could provide you with temporary veneers to wear in the meanwhile.
The dentist inserts the veneers on the teeth at the subsequent appointment to assess their fit and contour. The teeth are cleaned following any changes, and the veneers are then affixed to the tooth.
A later appointment may allow for additional adjustments.
Our dentist at All Smiles Family Dentistry may recommend dental veneers if you would like to improve the appearance of your smile. Custom-made veneers can be used for just one tooth or your entire smile. We may suggest veneers to:
Under stress, veneers can crack or chip. Resist eating any ice or pencils, and refrain from biting your nails.
You might need a few days to get acclimated to how your veneers feel. But be sure to tell your dentist if your bite seems off after the veneers has been applied. Before you leave the office, he will fix it.
Cavities can still form beneath or around veneers, but by daily brushing and flossing, you can keep your teeth and gums healthy.
All Smiles Family Dentistry offers dental veneers to cover the flaws in your teeth and give you the picture-perfect smile of your dreams. We welcome you to call us to schedule your consultation with our talented dentist,
Dr. Robert Khanian, and to learn more about dental veneers.