Porcelain Veneers – Hoover, AL
Hide Multiple Imperfections with One Treatment
Porcelain veneers are designed to adhere directly to the front surfaces of your teeth. These thin, ceramic shells are perfect for improving the look of your smile and as a result have only increased in popularity. Thanks to their simplicity and versatility, we can provide customized veneers that meet your exact needs. Doing so requires a high level of technical skill and attention to detail. Our office places veneers regularly and designs them on a case-by-case basis to ensure they blend in with your existing teeth naturally.
Why Choose Moulton Dentistry for Porcelain Veneers?
- Durable and Natural-Looking Porcelain Materials Utilized
- Highly Customized Care by Professional Dentist and Team
- Dentist Gets to Know Your Needs First and Foremost
Do Porcelain Veneers Look Like Real Teeth?
Our porcelain veneers look indistinguishable from natural teeth once they are bonded to your enamel. Additionally, they are more resistant to staining substances than teeth, including coffee, tea, and even tobacco stains. When it comes to durability and esthetics, they look almost identical to healthy white tooth enamel, making them the best of the best in terms of restorative solutions.
Are Porcelain Veneers Durable?
Porcelain veneers typically brighten your smile for over 10 years. Just make sure to take proper care of them.
Our office uses the highest quality porcelain to craft your veneers. We bond them to teeth using the most advanced materials available in dentistry to date.
Do not use your veneers to open or cut packages. This will make them last as long as possible. If accidental damage occurs, we can typically replace your veneer, rather than need to replace a whole set (if you choose to receive more than one veneer.)
What is the Process for Receiving Porcelain Veneers?
During your consultation, Dr. Moulton will examine your smile very closely and listen to your concerns. After determining the areas we need to address, he’ll begin gently modifying your tooth enamel so veneers can properly adhere to them. You’ll be given local anesthetics to make you feel as comfortable as possible. Keep in mind that this process is permanent. Next, he’ll capture an impression of your tooth and send it to a dental lab so a permanent restoration can be created. You’ll also be given a temporary veneer to help you get used to your new smile. After about two weeks, you’ll come back to have your permanent veneers fitted.