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Porcelain Veneers in Fort Worth, Texas
Worn, chipped, or slightly crooked teeth can compromise your smile in ways that affect your self-confidence.
Veneers are ultra-thin, custom-made porcelain shells that conceal imperfections and give your smile a healthy, symmetrical look.
For decades, porcelain veneers have been used to dramatically transform smiles and achieve incredibly lifelike results. With recent advancements in the field of cosmetic dentistry, the applications, materials, and techniques used to place veneers have also grown. When choosing between different types of porcelain veneers, your dentist will evaluate your oral health, aesthetic concerns, and treatment goals to find a style and brand that fits your needs.
Porcelain Veneers Create Brilliant Confident Smiles
Made from Medical-Grade Porcelain
This advanced dental ceramic mimics the light-reflecting properties of natural tooth enamel and is color-matched to the shade of surrounding teeth.
Versatile Smile Enhancement
Porcelain veneers can be used to conceal chips, cracks, misalignment, gaps, and stubborn discoloration that does not respond to whitening treatment.
Quality and Durability You Can Feel
Veneers are also remarkably strong. With proper care, porcelain veneers can last 10 years or more.
*According to a OnePoll survey conducted for Bupa Dental Services
Whos a Candidate for Veneers
In most cases, a certain amount of enamel is required. This is because before traditional veneers are placed, a certain amount of enamel must be removed to achieve a natural appearance. Minimal- and no-prep veneers allow a broader range of patients to qualify. However, some patients with very worn or thin enamel might not be eligible for veneers.
No Teeth Grinding
Bruxism is characterized by clenching and grinding, which can fracture porcelain. Some patients can protect their veneers with an oral appliance. In other cases, your doctor might recommend resolving the problem before placing veneers.
Only Minor Misalignment
Although veneers can conceal small gaps and minor misalignment, severely crooked teeth are often better treated with orthodontics.
You’re Ready for a Permanent Change
Traditional veneers require permanent alteration of the teeth, meaning that any teeth you treat with veneers will always require some kind of restoration. Minimal-prep veneers can provide a reversible alternative for the right candidates.