A perfect smile is what most people desire. With veneers, you can get that flawless smile you’ve dreamed about.
If you’re low in confidence or embarrassed in public because of your dental formula, cosmetic dentistry in Mesa may help you give you that desired smile to boost your confidence.
A smile makeover includes various combinations of cosmetic dental treatments, but the veneer is one of the most popular forms of having a great smile. Visit our dentist in Mesa, AZ, for general and cosmetic dental care.
Veneers can correct teeth that are discolored due to the following reasons: root canal treatment caused by tetracycline or other drugs, excessive fluoride and large resin fillings, other worn-out teeth, fractured/broken teeth, misaligned, uneven/irregularly shaped teeth (for example, if one has gaps between teeth, we can close the space between these teeth.
Veneers can be treated just like normal teeth. You should maintain daily dental routines, including brushing and flossing, and see our dentist near you twice a year. If you get proper care, porcelain veneers can be used for decades because the materials used to make porcelain veneers are strong and durable. They provide you with a brighter, younger smile.
Veneers in Mesa, AZ, are of two different types; porcelain and composite veneers.
Porcelain veneers are defined as thin pieces of porcelain that can be attached to the front of the tooth. Their shape, size, and color are designed to fit your teeth. The veneer appears completely natural and matches perfectly with all your teeth.
The majority consider porcelain veneers because they are very strong and last long. They also have a natural-looking surface. When bonding them to the tooth, less tooth enamel is removed when compared with a crown, and lastly, they don’t easily stain.
Composite veneers also act like porcelain veneers, but they hardly require any tooth reduction and can be done in just one visit.
At Bella Via Dental, We use the best quality materials and the best laboratory equipment to create composite veneers that match the color, appearance, and translucency of your natural teeth, giving you the bright and confident smile that you desire.
Composite enamels are considered effective since they are less costly than porcelain veneers. Also, less tooth enamel is to be removed compared to porcelain veneers and crowns. In addition, fewer visits to a dental clinic are required, and they’re easy to replace.
Getting a cosmetic veneer usually takes three trips to our dentist—the first is for a consultation, and the second to make and apply the veneer. One or more teeth can be veneered at the same time.
You will tell our dentist what you want to achieve. During your visit to the dentist, he/she will check your teeth to make sure the veneers are suitable for you and will discuss the whole procedure with you. The practitioner may take X-rays and may make a deep impression on your mouth and teeth.
To prepare the teeth for the veneer, our cosmetic Dentist at Mesa will reshape the surface of the tooth in an amount almost equal to the thickness of the veneer to be added to the tooth surface. You and your dentist will decide whether to numb the area before trimming the enamel.
Next, the dentist will make a model or impression of your teeth. The model will be sent to the dental laboratory that makes your veneer. It usually takes less than three weeks for the veneer to return from the laboratory.
After preparing your tooth veneer, the dentist will carefully bond and engrave the composite material in the most suitable color for you and use a special light to harden the composite material and bond it to your teeth. The veneers are softened and polished to look like natural teeth.
The patient’s teeth and gums must be healthy before getting a veneer. Our dentist can treat any decay or disease to ensure your teeth are healthy and ready for a cosmetic makeover.
For patients with an issue of clenching or grinding teeth, veneers are not always a good choice and come with precautions, as thin veneers may crack. If you clench your teeth, our dentist may recommend that you wear a plastic dental night protector while you sleep.
Veneer may crack under pressure. Avoid biting chewing on hard objects like pens or ice cubes.
You should maintain a healthy dental care routine by keeping your teeth and gums clean. Use verified products that don’t harm your teeth.