Veneers FAQ

Veneers Can Assist with a Number of Cosmetic or Aesthetic Concerns


How do Veneers Compare to Dental Bonding?

Porcelain veneers and dental bonding are similar, but have a few differences. The bonding process uses a composite resin and doesn’t require alteration to teeth, but the material can crack over time and must be replaced. Porcelain veneers are stronger and more aesthetically desirable, helping patients showcase a dazzling smile.

How do porcelain veneers benefit me?

Porcelain veneers offer a number of advantages for patients. They are natural-looking, stain-resistant, and mask any flaws noticeable on the surface of teeth. Some patients choose to have other treatments in conjunction with veneers, they are one of the best solutions for a smile makeover.

Do veneers work for patients with dental anxiety?

No patient should be prevented from having essential treatments due to anxiety. One benefit of veneers is that they are one of the least invasive procedures. Only a minimal amount of tooth enamel need to be shaved off for them to fit.

How do I know if I need veneers?

Veneers are applicable in cases where teeth are affected by cracks, chips, misalignment, crookedness, gaps, stains, and discoloration.

What should I know about the treatment process?

Veneers do require shaving a small amount of tooth enamel to create room for placement. This process is minimally invasive.

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