Dental Associates of Florida - Central Brandon
647 West Lumsden Road, Brandon, FL 33511
Do you avoid smiling in photos due to the appearance of your teeth? Are you looking for a way to correct or improve dental imperfections? If so, it may be time to ask a dentist about porcelain veneers in Central Brandon. These custom dental appliances can correct a host of aesthetic issues and help patients achieve dazzling smiles.
Composed of thin, tooth-colored porcelain, a veneer is placed against the tooth’s natural enamel to correct imperfections. Veneers are available in a variety of shades and are unnoticeable when worn. Affordable porcelain veneers in Central Brandon can correct cosmetic flaws like chipped or misshapen teeth, discoloration, gapped teeth, and minor alignment issues. If you’re wondering whether veneers porcelain are right for you, give us a call to learn more.
Several factors determine the porcelain veneers cost. The materials used to create the appliance, the number of teeth being treated, and the condition of your teeth and gums will all factor into the final cost. Many dental insurance plans do not cover procedures that are strictly cosmetic, but there may be other financing options available. Please contact our practice for more information.
When deciding which cosmetic option is best for you, it’s important to understand the difference between porcelain crowns and veneers. While a tooth crown covers an entire tooth from the top to the gum line, veneers are simply placed over the front of the teeth. Crowns are ideal for those who have lost a lot of tooth structure, and they’re typically recommended for back teeth that have cosmetic issues. Dentists recommend veneers for those who have generally good dental health and are looking to correct issues on front teeth.
Custom-fitted porcelain veneers can help you feel more self-assured. Check out the photo gallery below to see how veneers can help you attain a glamorous smile.
The porcelain veneers procedure usually takes place over two visits: one to prepare the teeth, and one to fit and adjust the final veneer. During the preparation visit, a thin layer of enamel may need to be removed to accommodate the new veneer. The dentist also may create molds of your teeth, which will be sent to a laboratory. After the final veneers have arrived from the lab, you’ll return to our office for a final fitting.
Practicing good oral hygiene and visiting our office regularly for cleanings and checkups will keep your appliance looking great for several decades. Never use porcelain teeth to open bottles or bags, as this can damage them.
Ultra-thin and natural in appearance, Lumineers are a comfortable and durable type of veneers. These appliances can last more than 20 years with proper care, and they require little to no reduction in the surface enamel of your teeth. Call us now to find out if Lumineers are right for you.