Texas dentist explains the procedure for placing veneers
We all want a perfect smile, but sometimes situations occur which keep us from enjoying a flawless look. Our genetics may affect the alignment of our teeth, and certain habits such as drinking red wine or tea can stain teeth. Fractures may occur due to trauma. All of these issues can be improved with porcelain veneers which are available at the Texas practice of Dr. Clint Bruyere.
What are veneers?
Veneers are sometimes referred to as dental facings. Dr. Clint Bruyere bonds these restorations to the fronts of the teeth after preparing them with the removal of a thin portion of enamel.
Why choose porcelain veneers?
Porcelain veneers are a great way to cover imperfections that may be more expensive to address otherwise. They are affordable, long-lasting, and look completely natural when patients smile and talk with others. They are also durable and resist staining.
What is the procedure for placement of veneers?
Porcelain veneers start with a consultation appointment to determine if a patient is a great candidate for them versus alternatives such as composite resin bonding. Once patients decide to move forward, preparations are made. This includes the removal of a thin portion of the natural tooth enamel before taking a series of impressions. The impressions, are sent to a laboratory for fabrication of the veneers, which are sent to the dental office. The dentist will bond the new veneers in place at this time!
Make an appointment with our team today!
Dr. Clint Bruyere and his staff are dedicated to patients in Texas who are considering cosmetic treatments including porcelain veneers. Our team provides quality care and attention to everyone who visits our practice. An appointment can be made by visiting our practice conveniently located at 444 Forest Square, Suite G or calling us at 903-708-6116.
The procedure for the placement of porcelain veneers is done in a rather fast and efficient manner from start to finish at the practice of Dr. Clint Bruyere.