Veneers - Peoria, AZ

Dental Veneers For The Perfect Smile You Want


Veneers At Peoria Dental Smiles

Often people try to avoid professional dental treatment and end up living with damaged or crooked teeth. Dental veneers may be the solution you are looking for if you have chipped, discolored, or misshapen teeth and want to change them. 

At Peoria Dental Smiles, we offer our patients cosmetic procedures that brighten, reshape and recreate your smile all at once. By investing in a dental veneer treatment, we can help you change the size, shape, and shade of your teeth according to your specific needs. 

woman smiling with dental veneers

What are Dental Veneers? 

Veneers are thin dental shells, usually made of composite resin or porcelain, that can be customized to enhance a tooth's size, shape, and color, creating a permanent, beautifully restored smile. 

They are usually applied to the front teeth and closely resemble the appearance of tooth enamel. And because they can blend in with surrounding teeth for a uniform appearance, they can also prevent further damage to the tooth surface. 

Importance of Dental Veneers

Is it worth covering your chipped or cracked teeth with dental veneers? It seems like a crazy idea. But it's not. Veneers are custom-made to instantly restore your stained teeth without further damaging them.

A chipped, crooked, or broken tooth can expose the inside of the tooth, causing pain when you eat, drink, or moderate something. Dental veneers prevent the increased likelihood of infection, discomfort, or pain. 

Because they are made of stain-resistant materials, your smile can remain bright without the added maintenance of teeth whitening services. 

Benefits of Veneers 

Dental veneers are likely your best option if you have an unattractive smile with imperfections, such as crooked teeth, gaps between teeth, discolored dentition, or fractured or worn teeth. Some benefits they provide are: 

- Dental veneers can transform your smile into a perfect and beautiful one. 

- They use your natural teeth, so there is no need for surgery, and recovery time is reduced. 

- They provide a natural look because they match your other teeth. 

- Veneers are made with stain-resistant materials, which means you can drink and eat foods that stain. 

- They restore the function and aesthetics of broken or cracked teeth. 

- The process of obtaining dental veneers is not extensive. 

- They can lengthen smaller or misshapen teeth. 

- Fill gaps between teeth. 

- Boost your confidence by allowing you to wear a healthy, aligned smile. 

- Protect teeth from new cracks. 

- Minimally invasive. 

- Require little maintenance. 

trying dental veneer

Types of Dental Veneers

Veneers are permanent and have a life expectancy of 10 to 15 years. And they are usually applied to the upper six to eight front teeth for aesthetic reasons. Depending on your case, your dentist may recommend a single veneer to fix the damage or several veneers to create a symmetrical smile. 

Among the different types of dental veneers available, we have:

Traditional porcelain veneers

These veneers are about 0.5mm thick and require removing a similar amount of enamel from your teeth to allow for smooth placement. 

It is not recommended to add multiple layers as it increases the risk of creating a thicker tooth that can make hard-to-clean stains along the gum line, putting you at risk for gum disease and infections, among others. 

No-prep veneers 

Composite resin veneers, Vivaneers, and Lumineers, are thinner, about 0.3mm thick. They do not require any prior preparation and are less invasive to apply, so they do not take as much time, making them a popular choice for correcting minor cosmetic defects. 

They are less effective for correcting discolored teeth because being so thin limits the number of layers that can be added to hide stains.

Composite or resin veneers are less expensive and can be a good alternative depending on your goals, the problems with your teeth, and what your trusted dentist recommends. They require fewer visits to the dentist because they are easy to place and can be repaired quickly. 

Mixed veneers 

Depending on your needs, it is possible to get a mix of traditional and non-prep veneers, which can be beneficial since less invasive veneers can speed up your recovery time and decrease potential damage to your underlying tooth enamel. 

Dental Veneers in Peoria, AZ 

For dental veneers to last, you must clean your teeth by brushing at least twice a day, rinsing, and flossing, as cavities may appear under or around the veneers. 

You should inform your dentist if your bite does not feel good and has any discomfort or pain after the placement of veneers. If this persists for extended periods, do not hesitate to contact your dentist as soon as possible. 

At Peoria Dental Smiles, we offer a variety of cosmetic dentistry treatments to fix or even improve your smile. If you are interested in our advanced cosmetic dental care, we encourage you to contact us today and schedule a consultation. 

Avoid risking your oral and dental health to the uncertainties of at-home procedures, and achieve an aesthetically perfect smile with the safe, efficient, and effective process led by our dental experts at Peoria Dental Smiles. 

If you have questions about this service and want to meet with Dr. Reese Turner and his dental team, please call (623) 572-0102 or visit us here. During your appointment with our Arizona experts, our team will ensure the improvements and corrections that dental veneers can provide to your smile. We look forward to your visit with Dr. Turner, proudly serving those in the Peoria, AZ, area. 

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