PORCELAIN VENEERS2022-01-25T15:08:03+00:00

We’ve all looked in the mirror after brushing, flossing, rinsing, and noticing that our natural teeth are maybe not as white as they used to be. Do you think you might need teeth whitening or a dentist that do veneers? Cosmetic teeth veneers are quite common and we provide one of the most sought-after cosmetic dentistry procedures with porcelain veneers in Houston TX. Let us help you on your way to the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted and look no further than Applewhite Dental Arts for dental veneers in Houston.

What Are Porcelain Veneers?

Think of traditional porcelain veneers as a pretty, protective mask that covers your normal teeth. Porcelain veneers are thin porcelain shells used for dental bonding to the tooth enamel of your existing teeth.

Benefits of Porcelain Veneers:

  • Improves the natural appearance of your smile.
  • They are more stain resistant
  • It is a minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry procedure
  • Doesn’t ruin the natural tooth structure
  • Permanent solution for teeth whitening
  • Viable treatment for enamel loss on natural teeth
  • Long-lasting when maintained properly

What To Expect On Your First Visit?

The porcelain veneer treatment normally takes two appointments. During your first appointment, we will have a cosmetic dentist will scale down and remove a thin layer of surface enamel from your natural teeth so there to make room for the porcelain veneers. We’ll then take impressions of your teeth and send them over to a dental laboratory to have your custom porcelain veneers crafted. In the meantime, the cosmetic dentist will place temporary veneers. It is at your second appointment that they complete the final adjustments and fit your now

DO’S:

  • Continue with regular dentist visits. Veneers only cover the front of your natural teeth leaving the sides and back unprotected and vulnerable to all other dental issues like cavities that can lead to tooth decay.
  • Continue to brush using either a soft or ultra-soft electric or manual toothbrush, non-abrasive toothpaste, and floss, as this will ultimately help with the longevity of the porcelain veneers and help maintain your overall oral health.
  • Make sure to book a check-up with a cosmetic dentist. This way we can check the space between the porcelain veneers and your existing teeth for any plaque build-up. Plaque buildup that hardens turns into tarter and can be difficult to remove.

DON’T’S:

  • Avoid grinding your teeth as this can cause your teeth and especially the new enamel bonded porcelain veneers to chip
  • Avoid biting down on hard objects like hard candy, ice, fingernails, pencils, or pens
  • Avoid consuming foods and beverages that are known to cause severe stains like Coffee, red wine, blueberries, beets, and curries as these have strong ingredients that can stain your new porcelain veneers.

Schedule Your Cosmetic Porcelain Veneers Consultation Today

Going for a visit to the dentist is never fun and almost every procedure, even cleaning is usually fairly expensive and most cosmetic dentistry facilities do not cover the cost of porcelain dental veneers through dental insurance. If you’ve been considering porcelain veneers in Houston, you would naturally have questions about the full mouth veneers’ cost. The cosmetic dentists at Applewhite Dental Arts will answer all your questions about the cost of porcelain veneers.

Naturally, you should expect there to be a difference in the cost of the veneers for front teeth and the teeth grinding repair cost. As these are two different procedures that depend heavily on the damage of the porcelain veneers needing repair, you should call us immediately so we can discuss your payment options. However, the treating dentist is here to make sure you get the beautiful smile you deserve above all else. Call us today to see how our multiple payment options can help you worry less about the cosmetic veneers cost and get you excited about your smile makeover.

If you need porcelain veneers in Houston TX, let the best cosmetic dentistry facility help you on your oral health journey and call us to book your consultation.

What Are Dental Veneers Made Of?2022-01-24T13:01:48+00:00

 

Dental Veneers are made up of either composite resin or porcelain. Porcelain veneers though fragile are said to be stronger than composite resin and much less likely to change color or stain.

What Problems Can Porcelain Veneers Fix?2022-01-24T13:01:31+00:00

 

There are many issues that porcelain veneers can fix. They can fix, uneven teeth or teeth that have gaps. It can also help correct the appearance of crooked teeth as well as chipped teeth. The most common of them are often crooked teeth or teeth that have minimal to sizable gaps. It can also fix discolored teeth

How long do porcelain veneers last?2022-01-24T13:01:12+00:00

 

Many studies have been proven to show that you should expect porcelain veneers to last a minimum of 10 years. Of course, regular brushing and flossing and the proper care to help maintain the veneers properly do increase the longevity of the veneers.

How much does a full set of white veneers cost?2022-01-24T13:00:56+00:00

 

A full set of white dental veneers is often not needed but if it is needed on a majority of the teeth can range between $10,000 and $20,000.

How much is a full set of veneers in Texas?2022-01-24T13:00:38+00:00

 

This again is dependent on if you want regular dental veneers known as resin or composite veneers. Those can cost as little as $200 and up to as much as $2,000 per tooth, whereas the procedure for dental bonding one single porcelain veneer can start at a cost of $950 per tooth.

How much does a full set of porcelain veneers cost?2022-01-24T13:00:21+00:00

 

Full mouth veneers cost anywhere between $6,000-$1,2000. However, most people rarely need each one of their visible teeth covered with porcelain veneers.

How much are veneers in Houston Texas?2022-01-24T13:00:02+00:00

 

The average cost of veneers is between $800-$1,400 a tooth in Houston TX. Of course, the cost does depend on how much tooth preparation is needed, the condition of your teeth and the type of dental veneers you receive.

Dr Hedieh Pournik

Houston’s Affordable Cosmetic Dentist

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