Porcelain Veneers in Spring, TX

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What Are Porcelain Veneers?

If you're interested in a simple, minimally invasive method of enhancing the appearance of your smile, porcelain veneers may be a great option for you. Veneers are constructed from thin pieces of high-grade porcelain that transform your teeth by masking flaws in your smile. Ideal for addressing stains, discoloration, and chipped, uneven, or gapped teeth, porcelain veneers are a popular treatment. Skilled in cosmetic dentistry, our general dentist is proud to offer this personalized solution to help Made Ya Smile Rayford patients gain a white, confident, and gorgeous smile. We are able to customize the look of your veneers, choosing the ideal color, shape, size, and length to fit your smile. For more information on custom porcelain veneers in Spring, TX, call today to schedule a cosmetic consultation.

What Are the Benefits of Porcelain Veneers?

You don't have to live with teeth you're not proud of. If you have damaged teeth, porcelain veneers from our Spring, TX dental facility may be a great option. If you're looking to enhance and create a smile you're proud of, our cosmetic dentists can help. Some patients who have experienced the same feelings as you find many benefits from porcelain veneers, including:

  • Minimize and prevent stained teeth
  • Enhance the shape and size of teeth
  • Easily maintained with regular dental hygiene
  • Function and appear better than before
  • Long-lasting results

Who Is a Candidate for Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain veneers are designed to hide your cosmetic concerns and enhance your unique smile. As aesthetic restorations, they mask flaws like tooth stains or discoloration, misshapen or uneven teeth, slightly misaligned teeth, small gaps between teeth, and chipped or worn biting edges. Typically, porcelain veneers are placed in sets of two or more on teeth in the smile zone. Veneers are custom-crafted restorations that fit over the front surfaces of your teeth. They require a healthy mouth, so veneers may not be recommended for you if you grind or clench your teeth (bruxism) as this habit can lead to deterioration of the appliances. We will examine your teeth, gums, and jaw during your treatment consultation to determine your overall oral health and discuss your particular smile goals and preferences. Based on your unique needs and goals, our dentist will design the right shape, size, and length to fit your jaw, smile, and face for optimal cosmetic results. We can also assist you as you choose the shade of your porcelain veneers to help you get a natural-looking, aesthetically pleasing result.

What Is the Porcelain Veneers Process?

When you arrive for your porcelain veneers procedure, our dentist will provide local anesthetic if necessary for your comfort. During your procedure, we will remove a small portion of the enamel on the front surfaces and between the teeth where your veneers will be placed in order to create a comfortable and aesthetic fit. Once this is complete, we will take impressions of your mouth in order to fabricate your restorations. High-grade porcelain will be used by our lab to create your custom veneers, which will take about a week or two to make. As you wait, we will place temporary restorations to hold your smile in place, which will also help maintain function and appearance. After your veneers are constructed, you will return to our office so we can bond them permanently in place. Final adjustments will be made to give you a comfortable bite, and we will polish your new veneers to ensure a smooth, bright, and natural-looking finish.

Recovery After Porcelain Veneers

Placement of porcelain veneers typically requires a very short recovery period, and you should be able to go about your normal routine immediately. It's advisable to wait to eat, if you received anesthetic, until the feeling fully returns to your mouth. Some tooth sensitivity to cold and hot temperatures may be present in the few days after your procedure, though this should go away with time. Porcelain veneers are naturally stain-resistant, but we advise you to minimize eating and drinking things that may stain your teeth in order to keep your smile white and bright. Your new porcelain veneers are highly durable, but it's best to avoid chewing on ice, pens, fingernails, or other hard objects. Doing so could damage your porcelain restorations and negatively impact your new smile. Caring for your new veneers is no different than caring for your natural teeth. Simply brush and floss thoroughly each day and maintain your routine cleaning and exams. When you come in for your checkups, our dentist will check on your veneers to let you know if they may need repair or replacement in time. If you care for them properly, your porcelain veneers can last for many years.

Are Porcelain Veneers Covered by Insurance?

As a cosmetic procedure, porcelain veneers are typically not covered by dental insurance, though some plans may cover them in certain cases. To learn the specifics of your plan, we will reach out to your provider to examine your coverage benefits. We will present any out-of-pocket expenses before starting your procedure. Made Ya Smile Rayford provides several convenient payment methods to make cosmetic dental care more affordable, including low-interest financing plans. We want to work with you to help you achieve your optimal smile, and we will do our best to help you find a porcelain veneer cost that will fit comfortably within your budget.

Porcelain Veneers FAQ

How long do porcelain veneers last?

If cared for well, then dental veneers can potentially last a long time, typically anywhere from 10 – 30 years.

Are there any dietary restrictions with porcelain veneers?

Our professionals recommend you avoid certain foods with dental veneers, such as hard foods like ice or hard candy, sticky foods like caramel, and staining foods like tomatoes and coffee. If you take good care of your veneers, then they can last a long time.

Can I still get cavities with porcelain veneers?

Your porcelain veneers themselves cannot get cavities, but your natural teeth underneath them still can. It remains important to practice good oral hygiene and schedule regular dental cleanings, even with porcelain veneers.

Smile Transformation With Custom Veneers

Porcelain veneers can enhance your overall appearance and give you a gorgeous new smile. With many years of experience creating brighter, whiter smiles, our dentist is happy to offer this custom solution to our patients. Call us to begin your journey to the smile you've always wanted. Made Ya Smile in Spring, TX, can schedule your consultation for minimally invasive smile repair today.

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