Not every smile is naturally perfect — but there is a way to smooth over chips, stains, cracks, and gaps easily and permanently! Dental veneers are a great choice for those who want a Hollywood-worthy smile. We offer this treatment here at Corvallis Dental Group.
What Are Dental Veneers?
Dental veneers are made from very thin sheets of tooth-like porcelain. They are adhered to your teeth to brighten and even out your smile.
What Are the Benefits of Dental Veneers?
Dental veneers are unique because they are both restorative and cosmetic in nature. If you have a few teeth that need to be replaced, dental veneers might be a good option for you. Sometimes they provide a more natural look than other restorative options, like dental crowns. Veneers are also great for those who want a complete smile makeover and desire a new look from scratch. Here are just some of the issues that dental veneers can correct:
- Teeth that are broken or chipped
- Teeth that are damaged or worn down
- Teeth with severe discoloration or stains
- Teeth that are too short or oddly shaped
- Teeth with gaps in between them
Dental Veneer Procedure
You will receive your new veneers after you’ve had your initial dental veneer consultation. During your procedure, Dr. Jason or Rose Greyslak will remove a little enamel before bonding the dental veneers to your teeth. This is why we consider veneers to be a permanent procedure. Once your veneers are bonded, you’re free to resume your normal dental routine.
How Long Do Dental Veneers Last?
Dental veneers are a long-lasting cosmetic and restorative option, and on average can last between 10-15 years. If well taken care of, however, veneers can last even longer than that! You don’t need to take any special care of your veneers. You can brush them like regular teeth, but you should still be mindful to not bite down on hard foods like hard candies or ice.
Dental Veneers in Corvallis, OR
Interested in dental veneers? Please reach out to our office to set up a consultation by calling us at 541-754-6116 or by filling out our online form below. Before your first visit, check out our patient resources page to access our new patient forms and financial policy. We look forward to seeing you!