Porcelain Veneers In Houston, Texas
What Are Porcelain Veneers?
Veneers are thin shells made out of porcelain material glued on the visible portion of teeth, hiding the cosmetic issues. It is up to the patient whether they choose a single veneer to cover the flawed tooth or get veneers on all of the front teeth for a complete smile makeover in Houston.
The Process of Veneer Installation:
- During the first appointment, our dentist will examine your teeth to ensure they are strong enough to hold the veneer, discuss your desired results, and select a shade for veneers.
- The teeth are prepared to place the veneers. The procedure involves removing a small portion of the enamel, so the veneers don’t seem to be protruding outwards. With the use of anesthesia, the procedure will be painless.
- Taking impressions of teeth to be used for creating veneers
- Your dentist will give you temporary veneers that you can wear until the permanent ones are ready.
What Problems Can Porcelain Veneers Fix?
- If you have a discolored tooth, in-office whitening treatment from your Houston dentist can remove the stains from teeth and promise you a flawless smile. But some stains cannot be removed with bleaching, and veneers are the only option left to hide these unsightly issues.
- Gapped teeth, especially the front ones, can ruin your smile and confidence. Luckily you don’t have to bear the pain and discomfort of braces to close the gap. Veneers can disguise the gap giving you a healthy smile.
- Veneers can effectively cover up minor teeth misalignment as long as it isn’t compromising your oral health, eliminating the need for orthodontic treatment.
- A chipped tooth is a quick call for porcelain veneer. It can reshape your damaged teeth like nothing ever went wrong.
- Tiny teeth can only look good as long as you are a kid. Veneers can make your small teeth appear bigger and prettier.
If you have any concerns if veneers can clear up the flaws and beautify your smile, schedule a consultation with Dr. Alabi – the best veneers dentist in Houston, Texas.