Porcelain Veneers (Minimally Invasive Smile Repair) in Allen, TX

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What Are Porcelain Veneers?

One fast way to enhance your smile and conceal chipped, crooked, decayed, or stained teeth is by getting porcelain veneers at The Dentist of Allen. Cosmetic veneers are slim covers created out of porcelain secured to the front of your teeth to improve the overall look of your smile. Offering customized veneers and minimal prep time, veneers can aid in improving the color, size, length, or shape of your teeth. Schedule a consultation at our Allen, TX office to learn more about veneers and decide if they're appropriate for your needs.

You shouldn't have to live with damaged, defective, or missing teeth. Porcelain veneers are a fantastic option for Allen, TX patients who want to gain from a number of benefits, such as:

  • Prevention of discoloration or staining
  • Minimal enamel removal needed for installation
  • Little upkeep required outside of normal dental hygiene habits
  • Improved function and appearance that you can enjoy for years to come

Porcelain veneers can be used to rapidly hide chips and stains in your teeth, improve misaligned or worn down teeth, and fix teeth that are poorly spaced or shaped. At The Dentist of Allen, your porcelain veneers will be custom created to fit snugly over your teeth for an appealing and natural look. In your consultation, we will listen to your objectives and concerns so we can personalize your treatment. We will also see whether you're a good candidate for porcelain veneers by analyzing your overall oral health. You shouldn't have symptoms of gum disease, or routinely grind your teeth and clench your jaw.

What Should I Expect from Porcelain Veneers?

Once we've helped you develop a treatment plan, we'll take impressions of your teeth. Your porcelain veneers might be produced in our office while you wait or in a dental laboratory with high-quality porcelain. When your veneers are ready, we will take off a small amount of enamel from your teeth. This makes space for the veneers and enhances their bond to your teeth for a longer-lasting outcome. When your veneers are set, we can make small adjustments so they're comfortable.

Getting veneers usually doesn't require anesthesia so you should be able to go back to your normal routine after your appointment. You might experience temporary sensitivity to cold and hot meals for a couple of days. Your veneers should be cleaned just like your real teeth with frequent brushing and flossing. While veneers are more resistant to stains than natural teeth, avoid staining foods and drinks to keep your smile white. To prevent chipping, avoid chewing hard objects. Continue with regular exams and cleanings at The Dentist of Allen so we can monitor the condition of your veneers, natural teeth, and general oral health. We will let you know if your veneers need to be replaced or repaired.

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I have been going to The Dentist of Allen for 10+ years now. Before that I bounced around to probably about 10 different dentist for the 10 years before I found them. The staff is always great, they communicate well, and the doctors have always taken great care of me. When I met my wife she switched over to The Dentist of Allen and she refuses to go anywhere else. Great place that has been serving the residents of Allen for a very long time.

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I have been going to The Dentist of Allen for 10+ years now. Before that I bounced around to probably about 10 different dentist for the 10 years before I found them. The staff is always great, they communicate well, and the doctors have always taken great care of me. When I met my wife she switched over to The Dentist of Allen and she refuses to go anywhere else. Great place that has been serving the residents of Allen for a very long time.

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Renew Your Smile

Enjoy the confidence of a beautiful smile with customized porcelain veneers at The Dentist of Allen. With a variety of options to fit your goals, our team in Allen, TX will help you quickly enhance the look of your smile with porcelain veneers. Schedule an appointment to learn more today!

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Will porcelain veneers damage my teeth?
No. When porcelain veneers are fitted by an experienced practitioner like ours at The Dentist of Allen, they are safe and reliable. The claim that veneers may hurt your teeth or harm your oral health may come from people who had porcelain or composite veneers incorrectly applied. This can happen when the dentist removes too much tooth enamel, which may jeopardize the health of the teeth and make them susceptible to damage or decay.
How long do porcelain veneers last?
Porcelain veneers typically last 10 – 15 years if appropriately maintained with regular dental habits and care. The Dentist of Allen recommends brushing and flossing daily to maintain the long-term durability of your veneers and continuing to schedule regular exams and cleanings. It's also important to avoid hard or sticky foods that could crack the veneers and staining beverages that may discolor them.
What happens after the lifespan of my veneers is over?
After porcelain veneers have reached the end of their lifespan, or become worn down, they will need to be replaced. It is important to note that while porcelain veneers are replaceable, they are not reversible. Additionally, if your porcelain veneers were installed elsewhere and need to be replaced, feel free to contact our Allen, TX office today.
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