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Porcelain Veneers – Allen, TX

Concealing Cosmetic Flaws So You Can Feel More Confident Smiling

Do you have several dental imperfections that make you feel embarrassed about smiling? Instead of getting multiple cosmetic treatments, at Allen Smile Design, we offer one customized solution that can do it all, called porcelain veneers. These porcelain shells are built to fix a variety of problems so you can achieve a smile that looks ready for the read carpet. If you’d like to learn whether porcelain veneers in Allen can help you transform your grin into a trait that you’re proud to show off, schedule a consultation with Dr. Lewis today by contacting our office.

porcelain veneers in Allen being placed on teeth

What are Porcelain Veneers?

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Porcelain veneers are thin, strong shells crafted from high-quality dental porcelain. This material’s color can be customized and mimics the natural appearance of tooth enamel by reflecting light. Porcelain is also a non-porous material, which means that your veneers will resist staining, keeping them looking like new for years to come. The veneers are permanently attached to the visible portion of your teeth to conceal a variety of problems, including damage, gaps, and even slight misalignment.

The Benefits of Veneers

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Porcelain veneers in Allen come highly recommended by patients and professionals alike because they are incredibly versatile and offer several unique advantages. Some benefits that you’ll be able to enjoy from having this cosmetic procedure include:

To learn more about veneers and how they can meet your unique needs, contact our office today to schedule a consultation.

What is it Like Getting Porcelain Veneers?

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The process of getting porcelain veneers typically takes place over the course of two appointments. Before Dr. Lewis can begin the procedure, she will meet with you to have an initial consultation so she can discuss your goals and wishes and examine your mouth. From here, she’ll be able to make a treatment plan and begin preparing your teeth to receive the veneers. To do this, Dr. Lewis will remove a small amount of your natural enamel to compensate for the thickness of the veneers. This will allow them to lay flush with the rest of your teeth when they’re placed.

We will take impressions of your mouth and place temporary veneers over your prepared teeth. This will allow you to get a feeling and idea of what life will be like once your permanent veneers are placed. You’ll return to our office once we receive your veneers from the laboratory, and we’ll permanently bond them on your natural teeth to conceal cosmetic flaws.

Veneers FAQs

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Learning about the process of getting veneers in Allen and the benefits they come with is the first step. With that being said, it’s completely natural to still have a few questions on your mind before committing to treatment. To help, we’ve responded to some of the most frequently asked questions we get from patients below! If you’d prefer to speak with our team directly instead, don’t hesitate to request an appointment.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Veneers?

Want to address permanent discoloration? Interested in fixing a chip? Considering a complete smile makeover? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you may be a candidate for veneers. The best way to be certain is by scheduling an initial consultation with our cosmetic dentist in Allen, Dr. Lewis. Once you’ve shared your smile goals in-depth and she has conducted a comprehensive exam, she can determine whether veneers are the best fit for your unique dental needs. If an untreated dental concern has compromised your oral health, like gum disease, she can work the appropriate restorative care into your treatment plan to help!

How Do I Care for My Veneers?

Veneers are crafted from high-quality porcelain, which makes them extremely durable and lifelike. To ensure your new and improved smile lasts 15+ years, you must care for them properly by brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting our office every six months for a dental checkup and professional teeth cleaning. If you grind or clench your teeth, then you’ll want to wear a mouthguard to protect both your teeth and your veneers. And quitting poor dental habits, like smoking and chewing on ice, is an absolute must.

Can I Eat Normally with Veneers?

In the first few days following the placement of your permanent veneers, we recommend sticking to soft foods, like soup and yogurt. However, as you heal, you’ll be able to work your way back to your normal diet. Just remember, like your natural teeth, there are certain foods that leave your veneers vulnerable to chips, cracks, and damage. With this in mind, make sure to avoid potentially hazardous foods, like hard biscuits, peanut brittle, caramel apples, and popcorn.

What Happens If One of My Veneers Comes Off?

Although rare, it is possible for one of your veneers to come off. If this happens, do your best not to panic. Instead, locate the veneers (if you can) and contact our office right away. From there, we can schedule a time for you to come in so Dr. Lewis can restore the function and aesthetic of your smile. What you shouldn’t do is attempt to fix the situation on your own by super gluing the veneer back in place. Not only will this compromise the veneer itself, but it can have lasting, negative consequences on your oral health as well.

Still have questions about veneers? Ready to schedule your initial consultation? Give us a call! Our team can’t wait to help you achieve your smile goals.

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