Have you ever wished your cosmetic dentist could glue new pearly white covers on your existing teeth as quick as you paint a wall in your house? Guess what? With porcelain veneers, it’s possible. Porcelain veneers are wafer-thin tooth-shaped fronts that are permanently affixed to your natural teeth.
Unlike a crown procedure, your dentist does not need to remove tooth structure to place the restoration. If the teeth in question have decay, call 760-268-9582 to schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
At La Costa Dental Excellence, veneers are used alone and in combination with other cosmetic dental procedures in complete smile makeovers. Because they can repair cosmetic tooth misalignment in one visit, veneers are sometimes referred to as ‘instant orthodontics’.
Do veneers look like natural teeth?
Skilled dental lab artists create porcelain veneers with the color, reflective properties, and translucency of natural teeth: perfect natural teeth, that is. In addition, porcelain veneers can be created in any size or shape.
Are veneers strong?
Porcelain veneers are fabricated out of extremely durable material. If you have questions about whether a veneer or dental crown is the best choice for you, talk to Stephen and Kimberly Dankworth. Drs. Dankworth will consider the size and condition of the tooth and its position in the mouth.
How long do veneers last?
Some smile makeover patients have veneers they received over 15 years ago. (And they still look great!) If properly cared for, veneers can last as long as dental crowns.
Are porcelain veneers affordable?
The cost of cosmetic dental veneers at La Costa Dental Excellence is competitive with other premium cosmetic dental practices in the Encinitas area. We use the top dental lab to create our veneers and a considerable portion of the cost goes to the lab. They are often less expensive than crowns and orthodontia. For questions about the cost of porcelain veneers, call our office at 760-268-9582.
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