COVID-19 Notice

With ongoing concerns and uncertainty about the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, we want to reassure you that the health, safety, and well being of our patients and your family are very important to us. We are closely monitoring developments of the outbreak and are taking precautionary measures — consistent with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines – to help support the ongoing health and safety of our employees and patients.  Knowing that missing teeth is a diabilitaing condition, we have forged a way to still have consultative visits that provide our patients with a protected environment allowing for on-going appointments.   If you are suffering, we are here for you.

a patient smiling with her dental veneers

The easiest way to transform your smile

Interested in get a smile transformation? Dental veneers, or tooth coverings, may be the best option for you! Our office can evaluate your smile and create a unique and customized plan to give you your best smile yet.

What Are Veneers?

Dental veneers may be used to correct teeth discoloration, chipped teeth, tooth gaps, or crooked teeth. Dental veneers can be made from thin porcelain or composite resin materials and can look very natural when properly placed. Porcelain veneers are often stronger and thinner than their resin counterparts. This means that our practice can place the veneers with minimal (if any) removal of the original tooth structure, keeping your original tooth in-tact and maintaining your oral health. This also eliminates the need for invasive surgery or tooth replacement.

Maintain Your Veneers

Your veneers can offer a lifetime of support for your new beautiful smile. Remembering a few easy tips will help extend the life of your veneers and your smile.

  • Be sure to maintain proper oral hygiene. Regularly visiting our practice will help keep your teeth healthy and increase the longevity of your veneers. Since your teeth are the foundation, it’s very important to keep them healthy and clean.
  • Change up your toothpaste. Some toothpastes are highly acidic and can increase the chances of your veneers breaking down over time. Be sure to choose an effective, yet gentle toothpaste that will keep your teeth clean.
  • Maintain healthy habits. Making sure you eat healthy and maintain healthy daily habits will not only ensure your veneers stay in their best shape, but will also help your overall health and wellness.

Interested in Learning More?

Porcelain veneers are a great way to improve your smile. Ready to get started? Visit our office to find out more.

References:

  1. What to know before you get dental veneers, Healthline. https://www.healthline.com/health/dental-veneers

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