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How Do Dental Veneers Work?

April 22, 2022
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Posted By: Desert Creek Dental Team

Your cosmetic dentist in Queen Creek, AZ, offers many smile enhancement options, but veneers are one of the most popular. For too long, celebrities coveted veneers, but today patients are thrilled to find them at their local dental office!

What Are Dental Veneers, and How Do They Work?

Porcelain veneers are shaped sections of porcelain, almost like half-shells. Your dentist secures a porcelain veneer to the tooth’s face to conceal many cosmetic flaws, including:

  • Discolored teeth
  • Short teeth
  • Unusual spacing
  • Midline issues
  • Slightly crooked teeth
  • Gummy smiles
  • Chips and shape issues

You’re left with a uniform smile with veneers that complements your features and skin tone. No one will know you’re wearing veneers. They see only a radiant smile.

To place veneers, your dentist removes a bit of enamel from the teeth you’d like to treat. By doing this, your veneers flush naturally and evenly against untreated teeth and your gums for a natural and non-bulky finish.

Because we remove enamel, you must consider your veneers permanent; if you damage one of these restorations, it should be replaced as soon as possible.

Consultation for Dental Veneers in Queen Creek, AZ

Before your dentist approves you for porcelain veneers, we invite you for a friendly consultation that includes an exam and conversation. We want to make sure that veneers are the right choice for you before starting treatment. At this visit, we’ll also share costs and answer any questions you might have.

Looking for a Cosmetic Dentist Near Me?

We’re thrilled to help you get the smile you’ve always wanted! So give us a call today to schedule your cosmetic dentistry consultation, and remember to ask a team member about our exclusive Dental Savings Plan and how it might help you.

Patients visit us from all over, including Queen Creek, Chandler Heights, San Tan, Valley, and Power Ranch, AZ.

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