Porcelain Veneers in Coppel, TX
Dental veneers are a truly remarkable cosmetic dentistry procedure that has made it possible to quickly and affordably create the smile of your dreams. A dental veneer is a thin composite or porcelain “cap” that is affixed to a tooth. Dental Veneers are popular for covering gaps, discolored teeth, a misshapen tooth, or a damaged tooth. The results are truly stunning.
WE PLACE VENEERS FOR A BEAUTIFUL SMILE
Cosmetic dentist Dr. Brady Camp and our excellent staff at Magnolia Park Dental have taken the time to train and improve our skill at placing dental veneers. With our eye for beauty, your result is receiving an upgrade to your smile that you will hardly believe possible. We invest in the best dental veneer materials and craftsmanship and offer them to you at rates you can afford.
WHAT DO DENTAL VENEERS DO?
Dental veneers, like so many other areas of dentistry, have come a long way in the past few years. Today’s dental veneer materials are so beautiful and so natural-looking that you might be surprised you’re not looking at a real tooth.
If you are worried about embarrassing spots on your teeth or have hidden away your smile because of any fixable issues, worry no more! There is a solution and we would be thrilled to show you just how effective dental veneers can be for you.
COME TO MAGNOLIA PARK DENTAL FOR DENTAL VENEERS IN COPPELL, TX
Just as not all dental veneers and materials are equal, neither are cosmetic dentists. When you come in for a visit, you will see why patients love Dr. Brady Camp and our staff. You can learn for yourself how our team cares for individuals, always making sure our patients are comfortable with treatment options and throughout procedures. Also, we understand that money can be a concern, so we make sure to discuss payment options and come to a comfortable payment arrangement with our patients.
CONTACT US TODAY!
If you are considering upgrading your smile and are interested in dental veneers, give us a call at (972) 573-4600 and schedule a visit in our office in Coppell, TX. We will do everything we can to help you feel comfortable and to give you the stunning new smile you deserve!
Frequently asked questions
Yes, because a thin layer of your tooth’s enamel has to be removed to make room for your new veneer, this treatment should be considered permanent. A layer of enamel ranging from 0.1-0.5 cm has to be removed so that, once your veneer is placed, it will not look oversized and unnatural. A veneer can be removed, but your tooth’s enamel will never grow back, so your tooth will not look visually pleasing until a new veneer is put in place. A very durable veneer will eventually need to be replaced after many years. If your veneer cracks or breaks before that, it can be replaced.
One reason veneers are a popular cosmetic solution is their ability to be completely customized. This includes shade. Your veneer will be shaded and shaped to match the appearance of your natural teeth. Some patients will get their teeth whitened prior to getting the new veneer. This is important to do before getting any veneer because your veneer will not be receptive to teeth whitening treatments. This means that if your teeth are whitened after getting a veneer, the veneer will remain its previous shade, while the rest of your teeth will be a brighter, whiter shade.
The porcelain used to craft your new veneer is quite strong. Being strong and being invincible is quite different, though, so you will want to take care of your veneer so it does not crack or break. Refraining from certain actions, including chewing on ice, hard candy, and other hard objects like a pen cap, is recommended. In reality, these actions are not recommended with your natural teeth either. For the most part, there are no other dietary restrictions. You may also want to avoid overly sticky foods like caramel apples, which could pull the veneer off.
Getting veneers is a multi-appointment process. Typically, it requires just two appointments. During your first appointment, any imaging and molds will be created and sent to the offsite lab, where your veneers will be made. Your teeth will be prepared and temporary veneers put into place. When you return for your veneers, the temporary veneers will be removed, and your permanent veneers will be put into place.
Removing a thin layer of enamel is required to prepare your new veneers. This step is required to allow your new veneers to blend in with your other teeth. Without removing this enamel layer, your veneers would look bulky and unattractive. Because your enamel needs to be removed, you must be ready to have veneers for the remainder of your life or as long as you retain your natural teeth.