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Smile Transforming Porcelain Veneers

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In recent years, your trusted cosmetic dentist and team at Parkway Vista Dental have seen an increasing number of patients who want to improve their smiles. While no cosmetic dentistry service is perfect for every patient, porcelain veneers are a versatile restoration option that allows our team to flawlessly transform smiles with one, simple treatment. If you’re interested in correcting or concealing cosmetic flaws like stains and gaps, contact us to schedule a cosmetic dentistry consultation today. We’ll evaluate and assess your smile, answer your questions, and walk you through all of the potential treatments that will give you the smile of your dreams.

What are Porcelain Veneers?

A veneer is a thin sheath of dental grade porcelain. Crafted to fit over the front surfaces of teeth, patients can use this versatile cosmetic dentistry solution to transform a single flawed tooth or every tooth in the smile line. From chips and cracks to stains, gaps, and minimally misaligned teeth, porcelain veneers offer a noninvasive way to create a flawless smile.

How are Porcelain Veneers Placed?

In order to ensure patients are completely confident in their cosmetic results, our Plano dentist and team take the necessary time to create a personalized porcelain veneers treatment plan that meets your unique set of needs. Patients can expect to complete the following steps during the porcelain veneer process:

Will my Porcelain Veneer Stain or Break?

Crafted from the highest quality, dental grade materials, porcelain veneers are extremely durable and long lasting. Compared with other options like composite resin bonding, porcelain resists stains and lasts for years without excessive wear. If you maintain your daily hygiene routine and come into our office for checkups and cleanings, your smile will be flawless for years to come even if you still drink a cup (or pot) of coffee every day.