Dental Veneer Services In Wetaskiwin
What is a Dental Veneer?
Veneers for teeth are thin pieces of tooth-like material that can be bonded directly with your teeth. We use veneers to change the shape of a tooth or to enhance its appearance. Our porcelain veneers are one of our most versatile cosmetic dentistry services because they can be used to accomplish multiple smile goals at the same time. With dental veneers, we can make your teeth look whiter, straighter, and more uniform after one procedure.
The Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
Our porcelain veneers are made with only the highest quality porcelain materials. We use porcelain because porcelain can perfectly replicate the shade and translucence of your natural teeth. We can create personalized veneers that can be colored specifically to blend in with your natural teeth. Veneers can reshape your teeth, and help you achieve the perfect smile you’ve always wanted, without anyone knowing that you’re wearing veneers. Teeth with veneers function exactly like regular teeth, and are easy to care for. Veneers are cared for with brushing and flossing, exactly like your natural teeth.
The Teeth Veneer Procedure
- First you will discuss your smile goals with Dr. Mahoney in Wetaskiwin. Together you will determine how many veneers will be needed, and how the veneers will enhance your teeth.
- Each veneer will be individually crafted specifically for you in the dental lab.
- Veneers require preparation before they can be placed. Your dentist will prepare each tooth so that it has room for the veneer and will bond well with the veneer material.
- Once your teeth are prepped, Dr. Mahoney will place temporary veneers. After your permanent veneers have been crafted, Dr. Mahoney will replace your temporary veneers with permanent veneers, and you can leave that day with a permanent, beautiful smile.
To find out more about our dental veneers, contact us at our office today in Wetaskiwin! We would love to meet with you and discuss your options if you are in the Alberta area, from Camrose to Leduc!