When you’re ready to update your smile, Quality Dental Care is to here to help you achieve your goals. We have many innovative options at our fingertips and a state-of-the-art office where all of our procedures can be done in-house. We specialize in all aspects of cosmetic dentistry including veneers. We offer all the most popular types of veneers including traditional, porcelain, EMAX and composite. We’ll work closely with you understand which veneer is best for your unique smile.
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about veneers:
What is a veneer?
Veneers are thin shells that are bonded to the front surface of teeth to cover discoloration, repair damage, reshape or resize teeth where needed.
Why would I choose a veneer over a crown?
Veneers are a more conservative choice with less adjustment needed to the tooth’s natural structure. In most cases, veneers will last for many years.
Is it painful?
This procedure, typically, requires little or no anesthesia.
How does it work?
To prepare for the veneer application, any decay is removed, and depending on the type of veneer, approximately half a millimeter of the tooth is removed. Then, the tooth is treated with a solution to help bonding, and the dentist carefully attaches the veneer to your teeth.
What types of veneers does Quality Dental Care offer?
At Quality Dental Care, we have many options for our patients to consider including traditional, porcelain, EMAX and Composite veneers. We will work closely with you to determine which option matches your goals for your smile as well as the unique requirements of your teeth.
When you are ready to correct the imperfections of your smile, look no further than the team at Quality Dental Care. Whether it’s a small change or a complete refresh you’re looking for, we can help. We’ll work closely with you to truly understand what you want and find the perfect solution to make it happen. Contact us today at (904) 364-0333 to schedule your consultation, and get one step closer to the amazing smile you’ve been dreaming of.