If a chipped tooth, discoloration, or even a small gap is making you smile less than you like, you may be a good candidate for porcelain veneers in Florida. Recommended for those with otherwise healthy teeth, veneers can correct a host of aesthetic dental problems. Our experienced dentists can examine your smile and determine if veneers porcelain are right for you.
What is a Porcelain Veneer?
A porcelain veneer is a durable and natural-looking dental appliance that corrects cosmetic issues like discoloration, small gaps, chipped teeth, or minor misalignments. With quality porcelain veneers in Florida, you’ll be able to improve the look of your smile while enjoying the comfort and durability of a custom-fitted appliance. Give us a call to find out whether a veneer is right for you.
What Factors Will Determine the Porcelain Veneers Cost?
Every patient faces different cosmetic challenges, so the cost of veneers varies widely. In most cases, the condition of your teeth, how many teeth are treated by the veneer, and your insurance will factor into the final porcelain veneers cost. If your insurance doesn’t cover cosmetic procedures, affordable veneers may be possible with the help of flexible financing. Be sure to ask about our payment options when scheduling an appointment.
What Are the Main Differences Between Veneers and Crowns?
Dentists use both porcelain crowns and veneers to correct cosmetic issues, but there are some key differences between the two. A tooth crown is usually recommended when a patient has lost a significant portion of the tooth due to decay or injury. The crown acts as a “cap” for the damaged tooth, protecting it from further degradation. Those who have generally healthy teeth may be good candidates for veneers, which cover only one side of the teeth. Cosmetic flaws in the back teeth may require crowns instead of veneers.
Porcelain Veneers: Before and After
Are you wondering whether porcelain veneers are right for you? Check out this photo gallery of actual patients who have improved their smile with our affordable veneers.
The Porcelain Veneers Procedure: What to Expect
When getting veneers, you’ll first visit our office for a preparation appointment. During this visit, the dentist will create molds of your teeth and remove a thin layer of tooth enamel, if necessary. Once your final veneer has arrived from the laboratory, the dentist will place the veneer and examine it to ensure it fits properly. If you have questions about the veneers procedure, please call us for more information.
How Long Should a Porcelain Veneer Last?
Taking proper care of your new veneers will help them stay beautiful for several decades. Never use your porcelain teeth to open items like bags or bottles, and be sure to schedule regular dental exams and cleanings at our practice.
Are Lumineers® Different from Normal Veneers?
Lightweight and comfortable, Lumineers are a specific type of veneer. These appliances are created using ultra-thin porcelain, and they often don’t require enamel removal before placement. Give us a call to learn more about this innovative option.