For Keller, TX, patients looking for a stunning new smile, we have a number of cosmetic treatment options. However, porcelain veneers offer a way to address multiple cosmetic concerns. We have two different versions available, which one is right for you? Does your smile need cosmetic improvement?
What Issues Will Veneers Address?
They cover the front and sides of the tooth. As a result, we use them to reshape malformed or damaged teeth. We also mask permanent teeth stains, the kind that may not otherwise respond to traditional teeth whitening. We’ve also used them close gaps between the teeth and even correct the appearance of minor misalignment issues. As you can see, they provide a number of restorative and cosmetic benefits.
We use porcelain to create either option, as porcelain not only mimics the translucent nature of tooth email, but can also be shaded to blend with your smile. They also withstand bite forces and pressure, providing a long lasting and durable restoration.
Traditional Dental Veneers
A traditional one requires an outer layer of tooth enamel to be removed. We need to make room for the new restorations. We then take impressions of the prepared teeth, which we use to create a custom-made restoration from porcelain. The patient then returns for a second visit, in which we place the completed restoration using a powerful bonding agent.
No Prep Veneers
A no-prep or minimal prep option is incredibly thin, which means we don’t need to remove outer tooth enamel. Instead, we just take impressions of your teeth and then create the custom-made veneers. As a result, the patient prepares tooth structures. If you have any questions about either of our custom-made cosmetic restorations, then contact our team today. We want to make sure you enjoy a beautiful, esthetically-pleasing smile.
Do You Have Questions About Porcelain Veneers?
Our team will use thin restorations to transform your smile in just two visits, providing a complete smile makeover with a single procedure. For more information, schedule a consultation with your dentist by calling the office of Dr. Jeff Jenkins in Keller, TX, today at (682) 593-0993.