If your teeth are cracked, chipped, unevenly spaced or discolored, it could make you feel self-conscious while smiling or even speaking at times, and this may also affect your dental health. In such cases, dental veneers are just what you need. Dental or teeth veneers offer the perfect solution for smile correction, covering up aesthetic flaws to give you flawless, perfectly lined up teeth, resulting in improved oral health and a beautiful smile that looks completely natural!

Dr. Michael Long and his team create customized veneers for your teeth, taking your preferences as well as existing oral structure into account. This ensures that imperfections are covered up without being obvious, and your new dental veneers blend in seamlessly with the surrounding teeth.

What are Dental Veneers?

Veneers are thin laminates that are attached to the front surface of your teeth, the part that’s most visible when you speak or smile. They can be colored to match your existing teeth, or created with lighter shades for correcting stained and discolored teeth.

Types of Dental Veneers

There are basically two types of dental veneers:

  • Composite Resin Veneers

    These type of teeth veneers are made with a tooth-colored dental filling material that’s bonded to the surface of the tooth.

  • Ceramic Veneers

    These type of teeth veneers are thin shells that are custom-made and attached over the tooth surface using dental cement. These veneers can last for many years if they are cared for properly.

After a quick dental exam and consultation, Dr. Long can help you decide which type of veneer would work best for you. We offer you the best possible option which meets your needs perfectly.

Benefits of Dental Veneers

Dental or teeth veneers are a great way to improve your smile for the following reasons:

  • They are less invasive than other cosmetic dental procedures.
  • They help improve oral health.
  • You can get spotless teeth and an improved smile in as little as 3 sittings.

Our smile team will guide you about proper dental care post the veneers procedure so that you can maintain your veneers with proper brushing and flossing techniques.

Don’t let missing, cracked, chipped, or stained teeth affect your oral health or confidence any longer. Get in touch with us at (559) 432- 4850 today to learn more about your options with ceramic, composite or porcelain veneers.