Veneers – Longmont, CO
Give Yourself a Smile Makeover
Do cracks, chips, or stains take away from the overall appearance of your smile? The good news is that you don’t need to hide from the camera any longer! Dr. Brian Coats offers veneers in Longmont to rejuvenate your smile and give you that boost of confidence that you’ve been looking for. If you’re ready to give yourself a smile makeover, call to schedule your initial consultation with us. You’ll have a Hollywood grin in no time!
What are Dental Veneers?
Veneers are a common, effective cosmetic dental treatment that involves adhering thin shells of porcelain to the front facing surface of the teeth to cover up aesthetic imperfections. This natural-looking material can conceal a single pesky tooth or a mouthful of aesthetic flaws. Dental veneers are usually used to address teeth that have the following issues:
The Process of Getting Veneers
Dental veneers can be placed in as little as two appointments. During the first one, we will carefully examine your smile to ensure that both your teeth and gums are healthy enough to support veneers. After this, a small amount of protective enamel will be removed to make room for your veneers. Impressions are then taken of your teeth and sent to a dental laboratory, where your veneers will be crafted. In the meantime, you will be given a temporary set of veneers to wear in order to protect your teeth and help you get used to what your final veneers will feel like. As soon as your custom-made ones are ready, you can return to the dental office for the final placement.
The Benefits of Veneers
There are numerous reasons why patients opt for veneers to perfect their smiles. Here are just some of the many benefits of the restoration:
- Quick Process: Veneers can typically be placed in as little as two visits!
- Natural-Looking: The porcelain material used to make veneers appears just like natural tooth enamel.
- Long-Lasting: When they are cared for properly, veneers can last up to 15 years or even longer!
- Brighter Smile: Veneers resist stains much better than your natural tooth enamel. You don’t need to worry about discoloration as a result of coffee, red wine, or other dark-colored foods and beverages.