Dental Veneers From Your Dentist in San Diego

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  • Update the length, color, and size of your teeth
  • Fill in any unwanted gaps between teeth
  • Boost your smile confidence
  • Remove stubborn stains and tooth discolorations
  • Craft the smile you’ve always wanted!

If you’re hesitant to smile because of the shape, size, or shade of your teeth, or you’re considering braces to straighten one or more of your most noticeable teeth, dental veneers from San Diego Dental Specialists may be the perfect solution for updating your smile.

Thin, customized dental prosthetics, veneers are crafted from ceramic or porcelain materials, and are designed to overlay your teeth, creating the length, color, and shape you’ve always wanted.

What does the veneer application process entail?

Following a thorough consultation where we’ll gain an in-depth understanding of your smile goals, we’ll assess the health of your teeth to ensure that they’re able to undergo veneer treatment. If you’re a good candidate, we’ll discuss the application process, the after-care steps you’ll need to follow, and if you’re ready to move ahead, we’ll schedule your first visit.

During your initial appointment, we’ll take mouth and teeth impressions, and during your second visit two to four weeks later, we’ll apply your customized San Diego dental veneers after we ensure that they have the shape, size, and color that best suits your smile. Once confirmed, we’ll begin preparing your natural tooth (or teeth) for veneer adhesion. We’ll use dental cement to secure the veneer in place, and we’ll use a special curing light to ensure that it’s properly adhered. The area will then be cleaned before we check your bite, and we’ll make any necessary finishing touches.

How long do dental veneers last?

With careful, ongoing, at-home oral hygiene care, veneers can look great for many years!

For best and long-lasting results, ensure that you floss once and brush twice each day, and visit our office for bi-annual examinations. It’s also best to avoid using veneers to chew your fingernails or to open the packaging.

Have additional questions about whether San Diego dental veneers are right for you? Call us today!