Make your smile bright again with durable, custom-made veneers. At Glendale Dental Wellness Center in Glendale, California, Dr. Robert Sue offers cosmetic veneers to address common dental flaws and improve the overall appearance of your smile. Whether your teeth are uneven or you’re unhappy with stains and chips, veneers can correct flaws and make you fall in love with your smile again. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Sue online or by calling the office to learn more about the benefits of veneers.
A popular cosmetic dentistry service, veneers are custom-made, thin shells of porcelain or other dental material that cover the front side of your tooth. They resemble your natural teeth in color and shape, making it impossible for anyone to know you have them.
Cosmetic veneers are ideal for fixing common dental issues, including teeth that are:
Dr. Sue may recommend veneers if you have good overall oral health and your teeth are structurally strong enough to hold the veneers in place.
Getting veneers involves at least two dental visits. First, Dr. Sue evaluates your oral health, and then he uses the latest technology to measure your teeth and design custom veneers that match your natural tooth color and shape. He sends the design specifications to a dental laboratory.
Once your veneers are ready, Dr. Sue must prepare your teeth for application by removing a small amount of your enamel. Using a dental-safe adhesive, Dr. Sue bonds each shell individually to your teeth.
As soon as your veneers are in place, you will see the results. Your teeth will look and feel natural, and you can eat and speak as you usually do.
Veneers are stain-resistant, and you care for them like your natural teeth, using a high-quality toothpaste and a soft toothbrush to keep your veneers in great condition. You also need to floss between your teeth daily to prevent tooth decay.
Veneers offer amazing, immediate results that you can smile about. There are no complicated dental procedures involved in installing them, either. Other benefits of veneers include:
While Dr. Sue makes every effort to ensure a tight fit of the veneer to your tooth, they can be damaged in accidents or by eating hard foods. If you lose or damage a veneer, Dr. Sue can repair it or have another shell custom-made as a replacement.
If the whole piece of your veneer falls off, save it in a clean paper towel and place it in a lidded container. Bring it with you to the office so Dr. Sue can evaluate its condition and possibly reattach it to your teeth.
To find out if veneers are right for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Sue by calling the office or using the online booking feature.