Porcelain Veneers in Lubbock County - Cover Damaged Teeth - Hide Teeth Stains
At her office in Lubbock, Dr. Donna Winchester offers her patients a wide variety of cosmetic solutions. While your teeth in their current state may be healthy and strong, an aesthetic impairment can compromise your confidence and prevent you from showing off your smile. For patients interested in avoiding extensive restorative treatment to enhance their smiles, porcelain veneers provide a lasting solution that looks both healthy and natural.
If you’re interested in improving your smile with porcelain veneers in Lubbock, TX, call our office today!
Are Porcelain Veneers Right for You?
Services such as teeth whitening can brighten the shade of your teeth, but some patients need additional care in order to hide particular kinds of stains. Porcelain veneers, which are wafer-thin layers designed to resemble natural teeth, blend seamlessly with the rest of your smile and resist staining. Whether your teeth have been affected by external causes of discoloration, such as coffee and tea, or are mildly chipped, veneers are effective at disguising imperfections while allowing your smile to appear natural.
Veneers create the beautiful smile you desire. If you have teeth that are flattened due to bruxism, gapped, crowded, damaged, or intrinsically discolored, porcelain veneers may be the right solution for you. Once your teeth are prepared, these thin layers of porcelain are directly applied and bonded.
What to Know Before and After Treatment
Dr. Winchester works with you to achieve the smile you want. While veneers can be further crafted to match the natural shade and brightness of the rest of your smile, some patients opt for teeth whitening in conjunction with veneers in order to make their smile as uniform as possible.
Porcelain itself is biocompatible; you won’t have to worry about soft tissue irritation or sensitivity with these cosmetic restorations. If you take good care of your veneers, they can last up to fifteen years. Keeping regular appointments with our dentist ensures the long-term health of both your veneers and natural teeth.
With veneers in place, you can resume your normal eating and cleaning routines, though you should still avoid food or drink that could potentially leave stains. Avoid bad habits, such as chewing on nails, pen caps, and ice cubes, as these can damage your restorations.
Schedule Your Veneers Appointment in Lubbock Today!
If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your smile and would like to pursue treatment restore your confidence, call our office in Lubbock today. Dr. Winchester takes pride in her patients’ appearances and provides porcelain veneers that help them smile again. Contact us to schedule your appointment!