If you’re unhappy with the look of your smile, veneers may be the solution you’ve been looking for. Made from durable and beautiful porcelain ceramic materials, veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that are placed on the front surface of teeth to transform their appearance.
Veneers are a popular type of cosmetic dentistry procedure that can address a wide variety of aesthetic concerns, including:
Veneers are custom-crafted and color-matched to the rest of your teeth to blend seamlessly with the rest of your smile. They are versatile, comfortable, and natural-looking, making them a great option for many patients in Campbell looking to enhance their appearance and boost their confidence.
Veneers can be color-matched to fit your unique smile.
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Veneers require minimum maintenance. With regular brushing and flossing, you can enjoy your new smile for years.
However, if you want to increase the lifespan of your veneers, you can also:
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With the right care, veneers can last for decades before they need to be replaced.
Veneers are custom-made for every patient, which means you can achieve your desired results.
To properly maintain your veneers, simply practice proper oral hygiene, attend regular check-ups, and get a night guard if you grind your teeth.
Because of its versatility and overall effectiveness, KöR at-home whitening allows you to brighten your smile in the way that suits your needs and lifestyle. KöR-Seal™ whitening trays are made of thin clear flexible vinyl and are carefully fabricated to fit very precisely to your teeth. Most patients find these trays extremely comfortable to wear, both during the day and at night. The KöR Whitening system has proven to consistently produce whiter, brighter smiles for patients of all ages. Schedule a consultation to get started with KöR today!
You’ll meet with your Campbell dentist to discuss your smile goals, and they’ll perform an exam to make sure veneers are right for you. They will take digital intraoral scans of your mouth and create a custom treatment plan just for you.
After you’ve been approved for treatment, your dentist will begin to remove a bit of the tooth’s natural enamel to get a rough surface texture. The amount of enamel removed is very small, and will not affect the strength of the tooth or increase sensitivity.
Once the teeth are prepped, each veneer is bonded to the front surface of the tooth with a special composite and adhesive. Once bonded, veneers stay firmly in place.
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Veneers are an irreversible procedure. While the prosthetic itself will need to be changed at some point because of wearing down, you will need to get a new set.
Tooth enamel doesn’t grow back, which means that if you do agree to get veneers, it will be a life-long commitment.
Veneers can last around 10-15 years or more. However, oral hygiene and veneer maintenance greatly influence the lifespan of veneers. Your doctor will provide you with detailed information about how to care for and extend the lifespan of your new smile.