Veneers are ultra-thin shells that are applied to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance. Veneers are particularly useful for masking worn-down and damaged tooth enamel and for correcting issues with spacing and alignment. Millions of people have achieved great results by using veneers to make major improvements to the appearance of their smiles.
Veneers can address many common dental issues including worn down teeth, discoloration, gaps and minor misalignment. By applying veneers, these flaws can be covered up, and the look of one’s teeth will be significantly enhanced. This will greatly improve a person’s confidence, and it will allow them to proudly show-off their smile to others.
At DFW Dental Service, we provide veneers that offer industry-leading durability, while requiring minimal preparation. Patients can feel confident in knowing that their veneers will remain strong and intact for many years to come. Additionally, our veneers are stain-resistant, so patients will not have to worry about them becoming noticeably discolored over time. We offer high-quality Empress and EMAX brand Veneers.
Any patient who receives veneers will need to have impressions taken of their teeth. Their teeth will also need to be prepared. This involves using specialized dental tools to remove a small amount of tooth enamel and applying an acidic etching solution to roughen the outer surfaces of the teeth. Following these steps will help ensure that the veneers can easily bond with the teeth. Once everything is ready, the veneers will be applied and secured using a strong dental adhesive. The procedure is finished by checking to make sure that the veneers are secure and that the patient’s bite has not been affected. After receiving veneers, a patient can continue to care for their teeth as normal, but they should avoid hard-bristled toothbrushes and abrasive toothpaste.
A set of veneers can go a long way towards improving the look of your smile. Our experts can determine if veneers are a proper cosmetic dental treatment for you. Please call us at (214) 960-2291 to schedule an appointment.