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An Insight on Dental Veneers in Austin & Pflugerville, TX

Dental veneers are thin pieces of tooth-shaped porcelain that are custom-made to fit your smile perfectly, and naturally. They are permanently bonded onto the front teeth to create a beautiful and aesthetically appealing smile. Veneers have the potential to completely reset your teeth, smile, and life. They're often alternatives to crowns and can treat many different dental conditions.

Dental veneers really do have the potential to change your life as they can boost your confidence and give you the smile you've always wanted, but never thought you could have.

Reasons for Porcelain Veneers

As stated above the most commonly used material for veneers are porcelain, as they are natural looking, mimic the function of a natural tooth, and have proven to be durable over time. If you suffer from any of the following dental conditions, you should ask your dentist about dental

  • Crooked teeth
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Discolored or stained teeth

What is Involved in Getting Veneers?

Veneers are generally a simple process; they require about one to visit to complete the process. Little or no anesthesia can be used during the procedure, making it a great solution for those patients with dental phobia. A light buffing and shaping of the surface are needed to allow or the placement of the veneer on the front teeth. A mold of the teeth is then taken, and a resin shade will be chosen but you and your dentist.

By the second visit, your teeth will be thoroughly clean, and a special liquid will be painted onto your teeth to achieve a long-lasting bond. The bonding cement is then placed between the tooth in the veneer, and a special UV light is used to cure the cement.

If dental veneers sound like a procedure that you are interested in, don't hesitate to give our The Greater Austin Area, office a call today. We would love to answer any questions or concerns you may have about any dental condition.