Depending on the specific concerns you have regarding your smile’s appearance, a smile makeover may mean simply whitening your teeth, or it may involve dramatically changing the size, shape, and color of your teeth. Often, such dramatic results can be achieved with a single cosmetic dental procedure, such as placing one or more porcelain veneers.

A Look at Modern Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are designed from lifelike dental porcelain, or ceramic, that offers incredibly-realistic results. After carefully preparing your teeth by sculpting away a small amount of tooth enamel, we will use advanced imaging technology to digitally capture the measurements of your teeth and mouth. Using the digital measurements, a skilled technician at a trusted dental laboratory will craft your customized veneers, and then we will permanently bond them to the front of your teeth to create your new, blemish-free smile. Depending on the extent of your cosmetic concerns, we may recommend no-prep veneers that can be applied without having to modify the tooth structure underneath.

Veneers (Impression)

Veneers (Cerec)

Should I Choose Porcelain Veneers?

In most cases, veneers are an appropriate solution for addressing:

  • Excessive spaces between two or more teeth
  • A cracked or broken tooth edge
  • Teeth that exhibit internal discoloration (staining from inside of the tooth, where teeth whitening will not suffice)
  • Teeth that appear slightly misshapen, out of alignment, or too large/too small next to those around it
  • Teeth that exhibit a number of different cosmetic blemishes at the same time

Find Out if Porcelain Veneers Are Right for You

With one or more porcelain veneers, you can reinvent your smile quickly and conveniently. To find out if veneers are right for you, call Dr. Cornelius’ office in Keller, TX, at 817-431-4200. We proudly the serve the residents of Keller, Roanoke, Trophy Club, Westlake, Southlake, North Richland Hills, and all surrounding communities.

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