Porcelain dental veneers from our Madison Wi dentists correct stained, chipped, or crooked teeth.
By placing glass-like ceramic porcelain on the surface of teeth, our dentists can provide patients with bright, straight, and natural-looking smiles. If you are considering porcelain dental veneers but would like more information about the process of placing porcelain veneers and the cost of treatment, please contact our office.
Placing Dental Veneers
Placement of porcelain veneers is one that requires the skill, precision, and artistry of a talented dentist who's specially trained in cosmetic dentistry. Having your smile made over with veneers usually takes about three office visits.
In the first visit, our dentists will first plan your new smile by determining what size, shape, and type of veneers will best complement your smile, face shape, and aesthetic desires. Next, we will carefully prepare the teeth by removing a small amount of enamel to accommodate the veneer. We will then place temporary veneers to protect the teeth while the permanent version is crafted in a dental laboratory.
When the permanent veneers are ready, you will return for your third visit with your dentist to have your permanent veneers placed. This is the final step in your smile transformation, and you can leave our office with a brand new, beautiful smile.
Porcelain Veneers from Madison Wi Cosmetic Dentists for a natural-looking, beautiful smile.
The glass-like ceramic that forms porcelain veneers closely resembles natural tooth enamel. This is because, much like real tooth enamel, porcelain veneers are translucent. When light strikes a natural tooth's surface, it is not immediately reflected off. Instead, it penetrates the tooth enamel and reflects off the opaque tooth dentin that lies just beneath. This translucent effect is what gives teeth their luster. By replicating this, porcelain dental veneers provide patients with bright, natural-looking smiles.
Our dentists also provide porcelain veneers to cover and repair cracked and chipped teeth. Because porcelain veneers are custom-made and fitted to your teeth, you can choose porcelain veneers to customize and improve much more than just the color of your teeth. Crooked and chipped teeth can have their appearances improved by your dentist to give you a beautiful new smile. Any broken teeth can be repaired using dental crowns that can be color matched to your dental veneers.
Cosmetic Dentistry Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers can be a dream come true for people seeking a solution for aesthetic flaws, since, in just a few office visits, veneers provide a total smile makeover. While there are risks involved with porcelain veneers, the advantages they provide make them one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments. Among their many benefits, dental veneers are:
Cosmetic Dentists' Porcelain Veneers Deliver a Smile Makeover
Having a dazzling, balanced smile is possible, thanks to porcelain veneers. Since veneers fit over the front of teeth, they transform the smile by completely concealing imperfections.
Cosmetic Dentists' Porcelain Veneers provide the Solution for Aesthetic Flaws
Porcelain veneers camouflage numerous cosmetic problems, making them an option for a wide range of patients. Chips, cracks, discoloration, and misalignment are among the flaws veneers can cover.
Your Madison Wi Cosmetic Dentists at First Choice Dental can sometimes use porcelain veneers as an alternative to Orthodontic Treatment.
Many people are dissatisfied with their smile's alignment, but they avoid seeking treatment because they don't want traditional braces. Porcelain dental veneers can even be specially fitted to reshape crooked teeth that may otherwise require orthodontics.
Veneers are Compatible with Other Dental Treatments
Although porcelain veneers are often all that is needed for a smile makeover, one thing our Cosmetic Dentists appreciate about veneers is that they are also compatible with other dental treatments. For example, they can be placed in combination with teeth whitening, a full-mouth reconstruction, TMJ treatment, or neuromuscular dentistry to completely repair and enhance a patient's smile.