What Are Dental Veneers
Are any of your teeth chipped, discolored, misshapen, cracked or crooked? Do you have gaps between teeth that are keeping you from having the smile you want? Does a problem in the appearance of your smile make you feel self-conscious or discouraged? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then we have great options that can help you get the smile you desire.
Often, strong but worn-out teeth just need a “facelift.” That’s where dental veneers come in. Veneers are porcelain shells for teeth. Like veneers on countertops and fine furniture, dental veneers provide a bright, flawless covering over discolored or damaged teeth. These custom-made porcelain veneers are durable, natural-looking, and enhance both the appearance and functionality of your teeth. Best of all, they give back the confidence and self-assurance that comes with a bright, healthy smile.
At Harris Dental, one of the options we offer our patients are veneers for teeth. We use our intraoral cameras to take highly accurate images of your mouth. The affected teeth will be buffed before we use dental-grade cement to fasten the veneers. This cement is hardened using a beam of light. Then, you are ready to flash the world a beautiful smile!
We value your time! Prepless veneers are handcrafted porcelain shells that require less time and effort to place than traditional veneers. We are excited to offer prepless veneers to give you a beautiful smile in record time!
Harris Dental has performed dental veneer makeovers for hundreds of patients. Call and ask how we can renew a youthful smile for you, too.
How do I take care of my tooth veneers?
You should use standard oral hygiene routines when caring for your veneers. Brush and floss after each meal, especially when eating foods that can stain any of your teeth.
Do I have to worry about breaking my dental veneers?
Veneers are made of dental-grade porcelain, which is extremely durable. You should avoid chewing ice, popcorn kernels, or any other especially hard food. These foods can crack your veneers, just as with any of your other teeth.
How long should veneers for teeth last?
Dental veneers can last for years! The procedure for traditional veneers is irreversible, and the veneers themselves have been known to last over a decade, with the proper care! Prepless veneers are also very durable, and the procedure can be reversed if necessary.