Planning Your New Smile
Your dentist will carefully examine the current condition of your teeth and help you select the color, shape, and length that re just right for you. You may also be advised about bleaching your teeth prior to veneer treatment.
Preparing Your New Smile
Your dentist will gently remove a small amount of enamel (approximately one millimeter) to make room for thin porcelain veneers. Impression are taken of your teeth, and temporaries are fabricated if necessary.
Making Your New Veneers
Your impressions are poured in stone to replicate our mouth. Your veneers are then characterized to match your prescribed shape and shade.
Finishing Your New Smile
On the final appointment, the porcelain veneers are bonded into place using a light curing composite. This procedure ensures that the veneers will remain firmly attached to your teeth. Finally, your veneers are polished and your new smile is complete.