Porcelain Veneers Los Angeles
Porcelain veneers are one of the most versatile options available in cosmetic dentistry today. Our specialist for porcelain veneers in Los Angeles can use porcelain veneers to correct a single damaged or misshapen teeth or an entire smile full of stained, misaligned or worn teeth.
The best candidates for porcelain veneers enjoy good dental health without any untreated decay or gum disease. Their teeth may be discolored, chipped, small or misshapen, cracked or worn, and they desire a more attractive smile. Candidates for dental veneers should also be willing to maintain good dental health, which can help keep their teeth healthy and strong and ensure longer-lasting restorations. Our Los Angeles porcelain veneers dentist can help you determine if you are a candidate for the procedure.
Each smile we augment using porcelain veneers is carefully crafted using advanced imaging techniques. We focus on the unique beauty of your smile and seek to address your concerns. Our specialist for porcelain veneers in Los Angeles will work carefully with you as we adjust each facet of your smile in order to ensure your final smile is proportionate, even and enhances your overall appearance.
Los Angeles Porcelain Veneers
The procedure can be completed in as few as two to three dental appointments. After your complete smile analysis, our Los Angeles porcelain veneers dentist will prepare your teeth. A small amount of enamel will be removed as we adjust your teeth for the placement of your new veneers. We will then apply temporary veneers, which can protect your prepared teeth and give you an exciting preview of your new smile. At your next appointment, our dentist will bond your new veneers to your teeth after checking them for fit and color.
Brushing your teeth twice daily, flossing every day and visiting our dentist every six months can help you keep your teeth strong and your gums healthy. If you grind your teeth, we may recommend wearing a night guard to protect your teeth and your dental veneers. In some cases, you may need to reduce your alcohol consumption since heavy alcohol use can dissolve the bonding material. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule a porcelain veneers consultation.