What Are Used For?

Illustration of a porcelain veneer being placed on a prepared tooth

Veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment that can correct a variety of aesthetic concerns such as:

  • Altering the shape of teeth
  • Changing the color of teeth
  • Closing small gaps between teeth
  • Covering cracked or chipped teeth
  • Lengthening teeth

The Veneers Process

The placement of veneers usually takes place in two dental visits, after your initial consultation. For your first visit, we prepare your teeth by removing a small layer of enamel. This step helps your veneers properly adhere to your teeth and blend naturally into your smile. Once some enamel is removed, we’ll take molds of the teeth that are getting veneers and send the impressions to the lab where they create your custom veneers. Once we get your permanent veneers from the lab, we’ll bond them to your teeth and make sure they fit. In just two appointments, we can completely transform your smile.

Dental Veneers FAQ

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are thin,covers placed on top of the front of the tooth. They are a natural-looking solution for teeth that are stained, chipped, or misshapen. Veneers can also fill uneven spaces in the mouth for a full, beautiful smile. If you have any questions or want to know if veneers are the right treatment for you, call our office today!

How long do veneers last?

With proper care, your dental veneers could last fifteen years or longer. After placing your veneers, our team will provide you with specific after-care instructions and tips to increase the longevity and help to prevent any issues.

How Much Are Veneers?

Every smile is unique, and so are their needs. The more veneers you need, the higher the overall cost will be. During your consultation, our team will give you a full cost breakdown and create a financial plan. We also offer patients a Dental Savers Plan (**Link to Dental Savers Plan Page) that could save you money on our services.

With the help of veneers, you can get the smile of your dreams.