Starting The Process Of Receiving Porcelain Veneers

Patients who are after big smile improvements can be prime candidates for porcelain veneers. This cosmetic dental procedure is capable of making serious changes to how you look. In fact, veneers are often the preferred treatment for patients when they have several flaws they want to hide. Your veneers will be permanently bonded to the front of your teeth. Once they have been placed, you can enjoy the confidence that comes from knowing you have a bright, flawless smile to show off to friends, family, and new acquaintances.

Your Initial Visit

Your initial visit to discuss having veneers placed can involve a review by your dentist, to make sure you are a good candidate for placement. After approval has been given, the process requires your dentist to take measurements, and do work on the front of your teeth to make sure your veneers fit, and will stay in place. These steps are important – to make proper improvements, your veneers need to fit properly, and your teeth need to be ready to receive them.

What Happens After I Have My Veneers?

What happens after you have your veneers permanently placed on your teeth? You go out and show off your new smile to the world! That being said, patients can obviously worry about keeping their veneers in the best possible condition, so that their confidence in their new smile lasts. Keeping up with brushing and flossing habits can help you keep your mouth clean of debris that might cause problems. Practicing regular oral care, and avoiding items that are likely to discolor your veneers, can help preserve their appearance, offering you an improvement you can sustain for a long duration.

Talk To Your Dentist About Receiving Porcelain Veneers

If you are after big cosmetic changes, you may be the right candidate for porcelain veneers. The purpose of cosmetic dental work is clear – to make the right improvements to give you the smile you desire. Dr. Jing and the skilled team at 7 Day Dental are dedicated to making good dental health available to as many people as possible. To learn more, or to schedule a consultation or appointment, contact our office closest to you at 817-405-2001 on Jacksboro Highway, or at 817-405-0195 on Seminary Drive. Forms for new patients can be found on our website.