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Porcelain Veneers – The Woodlands, TX

A Fast, Beautiful Way to Revamp Your Smile

If you’ve ever watched a movie and wondered how the actors can have such perfect teeth, you have probably seen porcelain veneers at their best. When it comes to improving the appearance of your smile, few options provide the kind of results that porcelain veneers can. These thin ceramic sheets are affixed to the visible portion of your teeth and allow you to overcome many types of imperfections, including chips, cracked, misshapen, stubbornly stained teeth. Want to see if porcelain veneers in The Woodlands, TX are the right fit for your smile goals? Give us a call and schedule your consultation today.

Why Choose Solomon Dental Group for Porcelain Veneers?

  • Dentists with Years of Experience
  • High-Quality Materials That Look Realistic
  • Treatment Plan Customized to Fit Your Unique Needs

Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

Laughing woman in dental chair

The material used to make porcelain veneers resembles that of our metal-free crowns, but instead of covering the entire tooth, we simply cover the front surfaces. As a result, this treatment offers many advantages, including the following:

  • The porcelain is very durable and can last for more than 20 years.
  • This material looks just like natural enamel.
  • Porcelain veneers resist stains better than natural teeth, keeping your updated smile whiter for longer.
  • Placing porcelain veneers typically takes only two visits to complete.

Porcelain Veneers Process

Smiling woman in dental chair

As previously mentioned, from start to finish, it can require two appointments to give your smile a perfect appearance. First, you need to have a consultation with one of our dentists. They can make sure that your teeth and gums are healthy and that porcelain veneers really are the right choice for your treatment. Once we determine that porcelain veneers are the cosmetic solution for you, your dentist will remove a tiny portion of your teeth’s enamel to make room for the veneers. Then, we will take impressions of your mouth and place temporary veneers so that you become accustomed to the way they feel in your mouth. When the dental lab has finished producing your custom veneers, you’ll return to our dental office, and we’ll permanently bond them in place, instantly transforming your smile.

Making Your Porcelain Veneers Last

Woman's smile compared with tooth color chart

Like with many other dental restorations, the lifespan of your porcelain veneers will greatly depend on how well you maintain them. The good news is that this upkeep entails what you should already be doing. Basically, you need to make sure to brush and floss every day. In addition, you should come into our dental office in The Woodlands for cleanings and checkups twice every year. These small oral habits can help both your veneers and your natural teeth look their best for many years to come.

Porcelain Veneers FAQs

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As one of the most versatile cosmetic dentistry treatments currently available, porcelain veneers in The Woodlands are becoming more popular than ever before. Our dentists can use these ceramic shells to correct virtually any aesthetic imperfection that shows when you smile. Before you undergo this treatment, though, it’s important to be well-informed about the details. To help you make the decision that’s best for your smile, we’ve answered a few of the most commonly asked questions about porcelain veneers.

Does Getting Porcelain Veneers Hurt?

Before preparing your teeth for veneer placement, that area of your mouth is numbed with a local anesthetic. While you may feel some pressure, you shouldn’t experience any discomfort during the procedure. Your mouth might be a little sore for a few days afterward, and after placing your final veneers. Take an over-the-counter pain medication as directed, and any soreness should subside within a week at most.

Am I a Good Candidate for Porcelain Veneers?

Many people who are unhappy with or embarrassed by some aspect of their pearly whites could benefit from getting porcelain veneers. However, your teeth and gums must be generally healthy. You should be free of any major orthodontic issues, and you have to be dedicated to maintaining an oral hygiene routine so that your porcelain veneers will last as long as possible. Ideally, you shouldn’t suffer from bruxism (teeth grinding), but if you do, you may still be eligible for porcelain veneers if you get a nightguard from us to prevent damage. 

How Much Do Porcelain Veneers Cost?

Because no two porcelain veneers are exactly alike, neither are any two patients’ costs of treatment. Your price is primarily influenced by the number of veneers you’re receiving and on which teeth they’re being placed. The only way to definitively know the amount you’d end up paying is by scheduling a consultation with your cosmetic dentist in The Woodlands.

The majority of dental insurance carriers are unlikely to cover the cost of porcelain veneers, as they’re often considered a cosmetic treatment. In some cases, though, a veneer may be deemed necessary if it can restore or improve your oral health, such as if you’re getting one in order to repair a heavily cracked tooth. Our team is more than happy to get in touch with your insurance company and determine what benefits you may have available.

For patients who don’t have dental insurance or who still need assistance financing their porcelain veneers, we can help you apply for a low-to-no interest loan through CareCredit.

Are Porcelain Veneers Permanent?

Although the veneers themselves don’t last forever, the procedure is indeed considered permanent. Some of your enamel must be removed to prepare the affected teeth. Enamel is an inorganic material, so it cannot grow back once it has been lost. As a result, those teeth will always need some kind of restoration to protect them. Most of our patients, however, have been over the moon after getting veneers and claim they are well worth the investment.