I had a big gap between my front teeth.After the veneers Dr. Do gave me, I can smile without hesitating at all.
No-prep porcelain veneers can give you the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted with no shots, no drilling and no pain! We will simply take impressions of your teeth, and the lab will fabricate razor-thin veneers to be placed on top of your natural teeth. No-prep veneers can be used to close spaces between teeth, reshape chopped or worn teeth, or whiten discolored smiles. Grace Dental will determine if minimal or no-prep veneers are right for you. If you are a candidate, your smile makeover can be completed in as few as two appointments.
Dental veneers, also known as porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates are thin shells of tooth-colored materials custom-made to fit a person’s teeth. Veneers can improve upon the strength of your teeth but are mainly designed to improve the appearance of teeth. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth. Veneers can actually change the appearance of the tooth’s color, shape, size, or length giving you a healthy looking smile. Visit Grace Dental today to see if dental veneers can restore your smile. Our office is located in Palm Harbor, Florida with convenient hours to meet your needs.
Dental veneers are most commonly made from either porcelain or dental composite resin, a type of synthetic resin. Veneers are sometimes referred to as porcelain veneers, even when they are actually made from resins rather than porcelain. Depending on what you want your veneers to do for you, it is important to know what your veneers are actually being made of. Dental veneers made from porcelain resist stains better than veneers made from resin materials and can better mimic the light reflecting properties of natural teeth. Porcelain veneers might be a better choice for the person whose main concern is the improvement of the appearance of their teeth. Resin veneers are thinner and require removal of less of the tooth surface before placement. Veneers from resin may be a better choice for the person who needs to be more concerned for the structural integrity of their teeth.
Dental veneers may be indirectly fabricated for your teeth by a dental technician using a mold of your teeth, or by building directly onto the teeth when using composite resin materials. The method of attaching the veneers to your teeth may also affect how your veneers will work for you. Since these factors will vary, some types of veneers may work better for your teeth than others. You will need to discuss the best choice of veneer material with your Palm Harbor dentist. Call Palm Harbor dentist, Dr. Elizabeth Ho and your Grace Dental professionals to discuss what options are available to you.