Below are some of the most frequently asked questions patients have about dentistry and oral health issues. If you have any other questions, or would like to schedule an appointment, we would love to hear from you.
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- Stains & discoloration
- Teeth misalignment
- Uneven smiles
- Worn down teeth
- Short-looking teeth
- Gummy smiles
We start with our initial consultation where we envision your new smile and what the final result will look like. This information is communicated to our master technician, who creates a blueprint of your new veneers in wax on models of your teeth. Before any treatment is even started, we get to look at and evaluate this blueprint together to make sure it’s what we had in mind.
Once the teeth are prepared, a “trial smile” is created in temporaries on your teeth that are a duplicate of the wax blueprint. This way, we see a preview of the final results directly on your teeth before we order the actual veneers. You’ll get to leave that day with a beautiful new smile. If you feel that the “trial smile” is already perfect, we will simply duplicate them in the final veneers. If you feel like anything needs to be tweaked, we will communicate that to our master ceramist who will make those finishing touches on the final veneers.
Once the final veneers are ready, we will remove the “trial smile” and look at the final veneers on your teeth. Only once you are fully satisfied will the veneers be bonded into place. This attention to detail is what ensures that you will be happy with your final results.
As members of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, we have invested hundreds of hours in continuing education to stay on the cutting edge of veneers and cosmetic dentistry. It is this dedication to our craft that ensures that our patients receive the absolute best cosmetic dentistry has to offer.
Our veneers are also fabricated from the finest materials by a master ceramist with extensive training and over 20 years of experience creating dental works of art. When it comes to investing in your smile, you want to make sure that your treatment is done right the first time!
To discuss the cost and which type of smile-makeover is right for you, call us to schedule a no-obligation complimentary exam.
We prefer to work with a master ceramist who has extensive training using the newest materials and techniques with consistently excellent results.