If you have crooked, discolored, or misshapen teeth, veneers can help you to cover up these issues and give the world a smile you’ll be proud to show off. Laurie Singh, DDS, and Andy Singh, DDS, care for a diverse clientele at Adirondack Dental Group in Clifton Park, New York, and are experienced in providing veneers to adolescents and adults who are eager to improve their smiles. To schedule an initial consultation and learn more about veneers at Adirondack Dental Group, call today.
Veneers are extremely thin pieces of tooth-shaped porcelain that are bonded to the front of your teeth to create a beautiful smile. They’re designed on an individual basis to ensure proper fit and enable you to select a shade of your choosing.
Veneers are designed to drastically improve your smile. Some common reasons why individuals choose veneers include:
Veneers are extremely durable and provide you with years of a beautiful smile. However, just like any dental restoration, veneers aren’t permanent and may need to be replaced in the future.
Adirondack Dental Group aims to educate you about the dental procedure so you can make an informed decision about whether receiving veneers is right for you. They want you to feel comfortable by inviting you to ask any questions and voice any concerns you may have prior to making your decision.
The procedure typically requires two office visits. At your first visit, the dentist removes a small amount of enamel and shapes the surface of your teeth to allow for the thin veneer and ensure a good fit. Then, the team makes a mold of your teeth and has you choose a shade for the veneers.
At your second visit, the dentist cleanses your teeth with special liquids to clear the way for a durable bond. Bonding cement is then placed between your teeth and the veneers. A special light is used to harden the cement and set the bond. Little to no anesthesia is required for this procedure.
After the procedure, the team at Adirondack Dental Group provides you with detailed care instructions for the veneers, including brushing, flossing, and regular dental exams.
To learn more about veneers and to schedule an initial consultation at Adirondack Dental Group, call the office today.