Porcelain Veneers – Fort Worth, TX
Porcelain Veneers Perfecting Smiles
Your smile affects how you feel about yourself. If you’re not happy with your front teeth, let us transform them with attractive, custom-made porcelain veneers in Fort Worth, TX.
Designed to completely cover flaws like chips, discoloration, or misalignments, veneers alter the appearance of teeth in the smile zone. Natural-looking and long-lasting, your custom veneers will rejuvenate your smile, increasing your confidence and enhancing your social and professional interactions, all in as few as three visits.
At your veneers consultation, we’ll examine your mouth and facial structure to design your one-of-a-kind porcelain veneers. We will then remove a small amount of enamel from each tooth that will receive a veneer, and we’ll take an impression to send to the dental lab. Before you leave the dental office, we'll place temporaries.
A skilled ceramist will hand-make your veneers from fine dental porcelain that reflects light like natural tooth enamel. When your custom veneers are completed, we will remove your temporaries and bond your permanent veneers in place, giving you a gorgeous new smile.
Call our Fort Worth dental office today to schedule your porcelain veneers consultation with our team. We are dedicated to improving smiles in Granbury, Weatherford, Benbrook, and surrounding areas.
Cosmetic Dental Bonding
If you have a chipped, slightly misaligned, or otherwise imperfect tooth that needs cosmetic restoration, we may suggest one-appointment bonding. The dentist can apply liquid composite resin, shaded to blend with your tooth's color, to rebuild a pleasing shape to your tooth. After hardening the resin with a curing light, he will artistically sculpt and polish the restoration. In just one visit, you can enjoy a beautiful new smile! Cosmetic bonding can be a viable, affordable alternative to porcelain veneers, but it lasts only 5 to 10 years with proper care. Bonding will not discolor as your natural tooth enamel will, so touch-up teeth whitening may be required to keep your natural teeth the same shade as the bonded area.