A dental veneer is a wafer-thin porcelain restoration that is bonded to the surface of a tooth in order to cover up cosmetic imperfections. Veneers can improve the shape, size, color, or brightness of your teeth.
Veneers are a simple way to make subtle but dramatic improvements to the aesthetics of your smile. Many celebrities with perfectly straight, white smiles are actually enjoying the benefits of veneers.
Traditional porcelain veneers are produced and placed over the course of two or three weeks. During your first appointment, we’ll carefully examine the tooth or teeth you want to cover with veneers.
Depending on the size and shape of the tooth, we’ll then need to remove some enamel, so the veneer will lie flush with the line of your teeth after bonding.
Once your porcelain veneer has been produced, you’ll come in for your second visit. Before applying the veneer, we’ll make sure we’re totally satisfied with the size, shape, and color of your veneers when compared to your other teeth.
We are perfectionists when it comes to our work, and nothing but the best will do for your unique smile!
There is a type of veneer that doesn’t involve filing down the enamel and can be placed much more quickly than their traditional counterparts. These prepless veneers are just as strong as traditional veneers. However, in order to qualify for prepless veneers, your teeth will need to meet the following requirements:
Come into Beyond Smiles of Lehi for a consultation. We will help you determine whether prepless veneers are an option for you.
At Beyond Smiles Family Dental and Orthodontics, we want all our patients to enjoy beautiful smiles they can be proud of. Call, text, email, or visit our office to discuss what dental veneers can do for your self-image!
*Patients must make/keep regular hygiene appointments to maintain their WFL status and receive additional bleach syringes. A maximum of 2 syringes will be given every 6 months. Custom bleach trays are available for a $99 one-time fee. This offer is available to both new and existing patients.