Veneers in Folsom

What Are Veneers?

Veneers are thin, eggshell-like coverings that the dentist places in front of your teeth to conceal imperfections. These coverings are typically made from porcelain or ceramic and closely resemble your tooth’s natural color to match the rest of your teeth. They are permanent fixtures held in place by a strong dental adhesive and should last ten to twenty years if well-taken care of.

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veneers can also improve the appearance of teeth that are too small or have an uneven texture?

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The Veneers Placement Process

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Consultation and Treatment

A consultation typically precedes the veneers process. It involves a one-on-one discussion about your cosmetic goals and whether veneers will achieve them. This is followed by an extensive examination of your teeth, particularly their alignments, health, and enamel condition. Afterward, the dentist will create a treatment plan for the procedure.

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Tooth Preparation and Taking Impressions

Our Folsom dentist will shave a layer of your enamel(typically less than a millimeter) to keep the veneer from protruding in front of the other teeth. Afterward, the dentist will use a putty-like mold to take impressions of your teeth and send them to a lab responsible for manufacturing your custom veneers.

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Temporary Veneers and Veneer Bonding

Your veneers will be ready in around three weeks, and the dentist will call you in to place them on your teeth. The dentist will first check the color and shape of your veneers to ensure they match your natural teeth. If so, they’ll apply adhesive to the back of the veneers and the enamel of the affected teeth before placing and positioning the veneers on your teeth.

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Curing and Final Adjustments

The dentist will expose the veneers to a special blue light to cement them in place. After, they’ll make final adjustments to the veneers by trimming and shaping it until they achieve the desired shape. The dentist will then give you instructions for taking care of your teeth and veneers so you can get the most out of them.

Benefits of Veneers

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Improved Smile for a Confidence Boost

Having chipped and discolored teeth can do a number on your smile and confidence. Veneers conceal these dental imperfections by sitting in front of the teeth, giving you a beautiful smile and a huge confidence boost. This renewed confidence can dramatically improve your quality of life.

Requires Minimal Maintenance

Veneers require minimal maintenance to last decades. In fact, all you have to do is maintain your regular dental hygiene habits, and they should stand the test of time. This means brushing and flossing your teeth at least once daily and scheduling regular dental checkups.

Gives You Whiter Teeth Than Teeth Whitening

Laboratories can fabricate your custom veneers to be as white as you want them to be. This makes them way better than conventional teeth whitening, which can only achieve some level of whiteness and is only temporary and requires frequent re-appointments.

Before and Afters

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no prep veneers done on laterals after orthodontics

Did you know…

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maintaining good oral hygiene practices, including regular brushing and flossing, is crucial to prolong the lifespan of veneers?

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Is the Veneer Process Reversible?

The veneer process isn’t reversible since it involves shaving off a little bit of the enamel. Removing the veneers means exposing the sensitive enamel to the external environment, leading to tooth hypersensitivity. However, reversing the process won’t be necessary, given how good the veneers will look on your teeth.

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Can I Pick the Color of the Veneers?

Yes, the dentist typically compares the color of your tooth to a color chart and then lets you discuss color options. Alternatively, you can get teeth whitening to whiten the rest of the teeth before getting veneers so they can blend seamlessly.