Do you have discolored teeth? Are your teeth worn and cracked? Do you feel great about your smile? Did you once have a beautiful smile that made you feel confident? Is your smile or lack there of holding you back from your next step in life?
Local Fort Worth dentist Dr. Clark Damon has a solution - porcelain veneers.
This may be your ticket to your job promotion, nailing your next sales pitch, or finding your dream date. We can upgrade your current smile into a natural, young, healthy smile.
What are Porcelain Veneers?
Also known as dental veneers, these are made of thin pieces of ceramic, which are attached to the upper and in some cases, lower teeth. They are designed to enhance your smile, and are a popular option because of being both simple and versatile. When you choose veneers, you no longer have to deal with teeth that are discolored, crooked, or have wide spaces in between them. Having veneers to cover your teeth can easily correct these flaws so that you can smile beautifully.
To get started, an initial consultation is needed where you can explain your desired improvements to your smile. Dr. Damon will take a look and discuss what is possible, and what you need done to achieve your goal.
Once we have developed and agreed to a plan, each veneer will then be made by taking off a small amount of enamel, impressions will be made, and the case will be sent out to a lab. Once in the lab, a ceramist - a specialized lab technician, will then begin the tedious task of making life like veneers. Dr. Damon uses a small personal lab - Summit out of Waco, TX. He feels they provide the best attention to detail and best result for our patients. Each veneer is crafted just for you, it will never be replicated, and no one else will have one similar. We take numerous preoperative photos to communicate back to the lab.
How Do They Compare With Normal Teeth?
Once bonded to natural teeth, no one will be able to detect these ultra-thin veneers. By being made in a lab, we have control over the size, location of the teeth, characterizations, and intrinsic coloration. Porcelain reflects light similar to enamel, and because they are thin, they allow light to shine through them. They have the natural shade of teeth underneath.
Want to find out if veneers are the right solution to your smile? Contact us today to schedule your veneer consultation. For more information on porcelain veneers and the other cosmetic dentistry options we offer, contact Texas Denture Clinic today.