Durable and attractive shades of porcelain are used to create ultra-thin veneers that are precisely shaped and shaded. These veneers are bonded to the front of the teeth in the “smile zone,” typically six to eight teeth at a time. With these veneers in place, your smile will be transformed, while your natural teeth remain concealed behind the porcelain.

Porcelain veneers are an excellent option for those who have healthy teeth and gums but wish to improve their smile. They are considered to be the most advanced and attractive form of cosmetic dentistry treatment available worldwide. Veneers can be used as a standalone treatment or in conjunction with other cosmetic dental procedures.

The Porcelain Veneers Process

Typically, the process of getting dental veneers involves 2-3 appointments.

Smile Design; First, we create a model of your bite and then ask the lab to create a “wax up,” which gives you a chance to preview the proposed veneers before the final version is produced.

The “Prep” Visit: Once you’re ready to move forward with your treatment, we schedule a visit to prep your teeth and take impressions. Since an extremely thin layer of enamel is buffed away, we’ll place temporary veneers to reduce sensitivity while your permanent ones are being designed.

Final Placement of Your Veneers: Using the most durable and attractive materials, our master ceramist handcrafts high-quality porcelain veneers. Once ready, we ask you to return to our clinic to have the temporaries removed and the permanent veneers bonded in place. When you gaze into the mirror, your new smile will greet you.

Maintaining Porcelain Veneers

Why Choose Us

Frequently Asked Questions ?

Our selection of veneers includes high-quality options such as composite veneers and ceramic, all of which are crafted by skilled technicians and dentists.

With proper maintenance, dental veneers have the potential to last for around 15-20 years, making them a worthwhile investment.

The process of creating veneers can take up to 10 business days, and this duration may vary depending on factors such as the number and type of veneers needed.

Absolutely Yes. Regular flossing is crucial in preserving your smile. Cosmetic dental restorations, such as veneers, must be cleaned daily to prevent the treatment from failing prematurely.

Porcelain veneers are affixed to the front surface of teeth, resulting in a slight increase in tooth width. In order to avoid a bulky appearance, a very thin layer of the outer enamel is delicately removed before the veneer is applied and secured.

In essence, porcelain and ceramic veneers are often used interchangeably, depending on the dentist you ask. However, it’s best to consult with your own dentist to obtain a more precise understanding.

Porcelain veneers and composite (chairside) veneers differ significantly. For cases where only one or two teeth require attention or complete coverage isn’t necessary, tooth-colored composite material may be applied to the affected area. However, composite veneers are not as robust as porcelain or ceramic, and they are more prone to staining. They also lack the natural coloration found in porcelain veneers. If multiple teeth need coverage, the benefits of porcelain veneers are substantially superior to composite veneers.

Porcelain veneers offer the advantage of longevity, as they can endure for multiple years. With proper care and maintenance, these cosmetic enhancements often last for an extended period of time.