A tooth veneer is one of the most beautiful procedures in dentistry. Dental veneers can significantly improve the aesthetics of a person’s smile with a minimum of tooth preparation. With the expert technique, these corrections can last for a long time. A tooth veneer is a thin layer of porcelain that is bonded to the tooth after minor preparation. They provide a harmonized aesthetic look, and the results will last for a long time.
There are different types of teeth veneers. The choice will depend on the clinical findings, such as existing tooth color, spacing, and enamel quality. Generally, they fall into two categories: porcelain, hand-built with powder and liquid, or E-max veneers made of layers of porcelain.
Modern cosmetic dentistry can help if you’re unsatisfied with your smile. We can focus on improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth, gums, and overall smile. Cosmetic dentistry aims to create a positive change in your teeth and smile. Although it’s not an essential procedure, cosmetic treatment can restore confidence in your smile.
The most popular option in cosmetic dentistry is tooth whitening. Our preferred method combines at-home and in-office supervised whitening systems that brighten stained, discolored, or dull-looking teeth.
Veneers are the second most popular cosmetic dentistry option. They are used to correct chipped, cracked, or worn teeth. Veneers are ultra-thin tooth coverings made of porcelain.
Bonding is another process also used to repair chipped, cracked, or worn teeth.
Crowns, dental bridges, and dental implants can be used to replace missing teeth or correct bite dysfunction. Today’s newer technology includes porcelain and ceramic tooth replacements that look real and blend with existing teeth.
We can correct excessive or uneven gums with cosmetic surgery.
Many patients with failing old or unsightly fillings can also opt to have them replaced with more cosmetic options such as indirect porcelain or direct composite fillings.
The goal of dentistry is to help people maintain healthy teeth and gums. Cosmetic Dentistry focuses on treatments that improve the appearance of your smile. Examples of aesthetic issues that it can address include discolored or yellow teeth, gaps or chips, and a smile that shows too much gum.
Prosthodontists are experts in restoring teeth. They can improve the appearance of your teeth through procedures like dental whitening, bonding, and composite fillings, in addition to the transformative effects of dental crowns and veneers.
Our top priority is ensuring that our patients do not experience any pain during their procedures. For instance, bonding and composite procedures for filling in chips are usually completed with minimal discomfort. Our in-office teeth whitening treatment is highly effective and can yield dazzling results quickly, but may cause some initial sensitivity to temperature. If this occurs, your provider can assist you in assessing and addressing the issue.
Cosmetic Dentistry procedures are typically not covered by most insurances. Obeid Dental operates as a Fee for Service Provider and is categorized as an ‘out of network provider’ for most insurances. We are more than happy to submit all claims to your insurance and any benefits will be paid directly to you.
Veneers are a 3 step process:
The veneers process typically is completed in 2 weeks.