Get a New, Beautiful Smile Fast
Are you unhappy with your smile? Whether they’re stained, cracked, chipped, or misaligned, even a single damaged tooth can tarnish your smile. That’s where dental veneers come in.
Veneers are thin porcelain shells that adhere to the front of damaged teeth, boosting their strength and aesthetics. They’re a durable, natural-looking solution to fix imperfections in your smile. Plus, porcelain veneers are stain resistant, don’t scuff easily, and won’t change color.
Are You a Candidate for Veneers?
Fitting for almost any tooth, porcelain veneers can be the ideal solution for a variety of dental problems. They’re perfect for covering damaged teeth and helping you achieve a bright, realistic-looking smile.
Our doctors recommend veneers if you want to fix:
- Chipped, cracked, or broken teeth
- Gaps between teeth
- Discoloration or stains
- Misaligned, uneven, or irregularly shaped teeth
- Small or worn down teeth
When Veneers Aren’t the Right Choice
Since veneers are a cosmetic procedure that’s designed to last for years, it’s important that your oral health is in excellent shape before starting the procedure. If you have any of the following conditions, it may be necessary to fix them before getting veneers:
- Gum disease
- Tooth decay
- Root canal infection
Our doctors will answer any questions you have about whether you qualify for veneers. If you have at least one damaged tooth, don’t hesitate to find out how veneers can restore your smile and enhance your life.
It’s a Quick and Easy Process
During your first appointment, we’ll talk about your smile goals and discuss your treatment options. If veneers are the best choice, we can begin the process right away.
First, we’ll take an impression of your teeth to determine which color and shape will perfectly blend with your smile. These high-quality images will be sent to our dental laboratory to create your customized veneers. Typically, this process takes two to four weeks.
Once your veneers are ready, we’ll be ready to complete the final step in achieving your new, beautiful smile. We may need to remove a small portion of enamel from your tooth’s surface to ensure a perfect fit. For smooth placement, we’ll also clean and polish your teeth.
The last step is placing your custom veneer over the prepared tooth and securing it using a special dental adhesive. At this point, you’ll be ready to leave our office and show off your beautifully restored smile.
Discover the Benefits of Veneers
Veneers are one of the most innovative treatments available for improving smiles. Our team has helped countless patients brighten and enhance their smiles.
Learn if porcelain veneers are right for you by scheduling your no-obligation consultation with one of our doctors. You can reach one of our Hastings practices at 402-462-6410 or 402-462-5546.If you’d prefer,our office in Doniphan can be reached at 402-845-6262. We look forward to helping you achieve your best smile!
Most patients feel little to no discomfort during the procedure, but your comfort is our utmost priority. We’ll use anesthetic to numb the affected areas, ensuring you feel no pain and your experience is as comfortable as possible.
With good oral care and regular check-ups, veneers typically last up to 15 years. It’s advised to avoid chewing on ice or hard objects to prevent damage to your veneers.
At your first appointment, you’ll have a consultation with one of our doctors to discuss your smile goals and restoration options. Afterwards, the procedure will require two more appointments to plan, design, and secure your new porcelain veneers.
Each dental insurance plan varies, so we recommend contacting your provider prior to your procedure. To help make your experience easier, our team is happy to contact them for you to get an accurate estimate of your total cost.
We also offer various payment options to help make veneers affordable for all of our patients.
Just like your natural teeth, veneers require regular brushing and flossing. Remember to use a non-abrasive toothpaste and a soft bristled brush to prevent scratching your veneers.