Dr. Clint Bruyere of Longview, Texas is a dedicated dental professional ready and willing to assist patients with cosmetic, restorative, and general dentistry solutions for their smiles. His practice is equipped with some of the best technologies and materials to provide beautiful, natural-looking options for patients ready to enhance their appearance. This includes the benefits of porcelain veneers.
Porcelain veneers, also called dental veneers, are ceramic restorations commonly used to disguise imperfections that negatively impact the appearance of the smile. They are best used on the teeth near the front of the mouth called the anterior teeth. These porcelain restorations are essentially a facing bonded over the teeth to change their entire look. They are best for covering fractured, stained, or unusually shaped teeth that may cause patients to feel self-conscious about the appearance of their smiles.
Dr. Clint Bruyere starts with a wax mold to show patients how their smile will look after the veneers are placed. Preparations are done, in which the enamel on the front of the tooth is reduced. Impressions are made and used by the ceramist to fabricate the new veneers. In the meantime, the dentist places temporary veneers until the new restorations arrive – typically within three weeks. Patients then return to the office for bonding their new veneers in place for a more beautiful appearance!
There are several factors at play when determining the cost of porcelain veneers, so the best way to get an accurate quote is to schedule a no-obligation consultation appointment with Dr. Clint Bruyere and his team. His practice can be reached at (903) 708-6116 and readily accepts new patients in the community to learn about cosmetic restorations such as this. Patients undergo a physical examination to determine if they are an appropriate candidate for porcelain veneers, and then discuss the process and expected cost of treatment with a professional. It is important for patients to understand that most dental insurance plans will not provide coverage for porcelain veneers, as they are considered an elective procedure.