A dream-like smile won't be a dream anymore! At Enviable Smiles, we offer veneers to fix gaps between teeth and restore chipped or cracked teeth. Our wonderful team can help you achieve an ideal-looking perfect smile by applying your thin dental veneers to your teeth.
What are the benefits of getting veneers?
Getting veneers can offer numerous benefits, such as:
- It can cover any chips or cracks in your teeth.
- It can help hide small gaps between teeth.
- It can cover too stained teeth and give you a bright smile.
- It can mimic the appearance of natural teeth.
- For its bonding process, only a little bit of enamel is removed.
- You can get a perfect and shiny smile.
- They are stain-resistant.
What is the procedure involved in bonding veneers?
One of the most common veneers used for the process is porcelain veneers. They are customized to match the shade of your teeth.
When you visit us, we will prepare your tooth to bond veneers. We will remove a small amount of enamel from the sides and front of the teeth to make room to place it. After taking impressions of the teeth to be treated, we will help you choose the color of veneers that matches best with your teeth. The dental impressions taken will be sent to the dental lab to create the customized veneers. Once they are ready, you will have to come for another visit to place the veneers and make sure it fits perfectly.
Is it painful to get veneers bonded?
The whole process is minimally-invasive as just a thin layer of tooth enamel is removed, and most patients claim that they don't feel discomfort or pain while getting the veneers bonded. Everything will be quick and simple.
How to take care of veneers?
The durability of veneers is also in your hands. You need to provide proper care to make it last longer. Follow these simple instructions daily:
- Brush twice a day
- Floss once a day between your teeth
- Avoid chewing onto sticky or hard items
- Visit us twice a year for regular dental checkups
Can veneers make your teeth sensitive?
This is actually a misconception! Veneers don't make your teeth sensitive; instead, they cover the teeth surface used for chewing and protecting them from sensitivity or any further damage.
To learn more, call us at (281) 972-4747 or visit our practice at 9451 Cullen BLVD. STE D, Houston, TX 77051. We will be happy to guide you further.