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Revitalize Your Smile with Veneers

Veneers are an excellent solution to chips, stains, or gaps between teeth. Porcelain veneers are a thin shells of ceramic material placed over the natural tooth leaving you with a restored smile and renewed confidence. Veneers are designed to look and feel like the natural tooth by mimicking the translucency of enamel and fitting comfortably.

Reasons to Choose Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are ideal to straighten crooked teeth, mask discoloration, and repair cracks. Dr. K. will will use her eye for detail to select veneers that compliment your other teeth and facial features so they look natural. Some of the reasons patients elect for porcelain veneers are:

  • Veneers are one of the most natural-looking treatments to restore teeth
  • They are strong and durable
  • Veneers are a more cost-effective option
  • They restore your smile, boosting confidence and satisfaction

Veneers Before & After

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What to Expect with Porcelain Veneers

Veneers are most often used to cover discolorations and imperfections, such as cracks, gaps, and crookedness. Veneers can aesthetically change the size, color, and shape of your teeth, making them an effective alternative to crowns on the front teeth. Often, Dr. Kleidosty can mount the veneers using little or no anesthesia, making it a safer and quicker procedure. Best of all, once you have the veneers, they will last for years and are not affected by things like coffee, tea, and cigarettes. Veneer procedures are two-fold. To prepare your teeth, Dr. K will first remove about half a millimeter of the natural enamel, which allows for the thickness of the veneer to adhere comfortably. Next, Dr. Kleidosty will take a mold of your teeth. These models are sent to a lab where a skilled technician will fabricate your custom veneers based on the goals you and Dr. K. have agreed on for your unique smile and needs. After about a week at the lab, your veneers will come back to Floss and your appointment will be set to have the veneers permanently bond to the natural teeth.

FAQs About Veneers

We have provided a short list of frequently asked questions when it comes to improving your smile with veneers. If you have additional questions not answered on this list, please call Floss to schedule a consultative appointment and learn about your options.

How do veneers work?

Crafted from solid dental porcelain, veneers are shaped and bonded to cover your existing front teeth to remove flaws such as deep stains, cracks, gaps and crookedness. Traditional porcelain veneers are customized to look like your natural teeth by fitting the size, shape, and color of your smile goals so that you achieve a gorgeous, natural appearance.

What do porcelain veneers cost?

Each set of veneers is specifically designed for that individual patient. During your consultation appointment, Dr. K will discuss your goals, evaluate your mouth, and create a complete treatment plan for enhancing your smile. Once the treatment plan is created, we will be able to give you cost options and discuss payment plans.

Can I remove the veneers at a later date?

Custom veneers are a permanent solution because Dr. K will remove a thin layer of enamel to prepare your teeth for the porcelain veneers. If you would like to discuss other more temporary or reversible solutions, Dr. Kleidosty will provide you with those options at your consultative appointment.

Why can't I just whiten my teeth instead?

In some cases, professional teeth whitening can brighten your smile and revive your appearance. When you have gaps, permanent stains, or chips, bleaching your teeth won't fix the issues. Porcelain veneers literally cover the teeth and create a straight, attractive smile.

How long does it take to get veneers?

Most of the time, patients complete the whole process in four to six weeks. During this time, you will have an initial exam, take impressions for the veneers, and return for final placement.