What to Expect
Are you suffering from misshapen or discolored teeth? Do you have chipped or broken teeth?
Tooth damage, discoloration, and staining can significantly impact your confidence and self-esteem. It is common to experience discoloration after a certain age, often caused by unhealthy eating habits. If you smoke or have a high intake of coffee/tea, you likely suffer from staining.
If you are conscious about your smile and oral appearance, get in touch with us to schedule an appointment for dental veneers.
Our dentists in Glendale are equipped with the right skills and resources to help you restore your oral health and conceal minor issues damaging your look and feel. We can develop a customized plan to meet your unique needs.
At our facility in Glendale, we offer smile makeover procedures like dental veneers and dental bonding. Both dental veneers and bonding can create massive differences in your smile.
Porcelain Dental Veneers
The application of dental veneers is a cosmetic procedure that improves the appearance and function of your teeth.
Veneers are made of porcelain or composite resins to improve your teeth’ color, shape, and size. Veneers benefit your cosmetic appearance and help restore your oral functionality. These thin shell-like materials are bonded to the front surface of teeth.
We offer two types of dental veneers at our clinic in Glendale and can suggest which type suits you the best after performing a thorough dental examination. Our dentist will discuss your oral health and preferences during the consultation to recommend the desired course of action.
How Does It Work?
Dental veneer treatment is performed in two visits. In the first visit, the dentist prepares the surface by removing a part of the enamel to make space for the veneer and then takes impressions of the teeth to have the veneers created in the lab.
In the second appointment, veneers are bonded to the teeth. If your teeth overlap and are not aligned, surgical intervention may be required to straighten your teeth before applying veneers.
Veneers are translucent and look natural after bonding. If you have any questions about veneers or dental bonding, feel free to get in touch with us at our Glendale facility.
Veneers may not be for you if:
- You have extensive damage to the teeth
- Uneven or crooked teeth that can only be repaired with braces
- Gum disease or tooth decay that must be treated immediately
- If you grind or clench your teeth, as these activities damage veneers
Schedule your appointment with us today.