Dental Veneers Boise ID
Whether you have crooked teeth, damaged teeth, or just want a whiter, brighter smile, dental veneers from Centennial Dental Center may be worth considering. Dental veneers are one of the most popular ways to transform your smile in just one procedure. Sound too good to be true? Read on to learn more.
What are Veneers?
Dental veneers are wafer-thin, customized shells that are glued to the surface of your teeth to help improve their overall appearance. What Type of Veneers Does Centennial Dental Center Offer? Here at Centennial Dental Center, we specialize in porcelain veneers which can be matched to the size, shape, color, and length of your surrounding teeth— leaving you with the flawless smile you’ve always wanted.
What do Veneers Look and Feel Like?
One of the best things about dental veneers is that we can make them match to your natural teeth. And because they are glued on top of your existing teeth, they shouldn’t feel any different than your other teeth.
How Much Do Veneers Cost?
During your initial consultation with Centennial Dental Center, our staff will evaluate your individual needs and determine the best course of action. Because every mouth is so unique, the price for veneers varies from patient to patient.
What Is the Procedure Like?
The first step of the dental veneer procedure involves removing about ½ millimeter of your existing tooth to make room for your dental veneer. After your enamel has been removed, we will permanently bond your veneers to your existing teeth.
Do My Teeth Have to Be Ground Down for Veneers?
As previously mentioned, only about ½ millimeter has to be removed for veneers. And although we do file your teeth down to make room for your veneers, the amount is relatively small, and the procedure is pain-free. Is the Procedure Painful? One of the many benefits of dental veneers is that it is considered to be a pain-free procedure. Before your dentist even gets started, your tooth and gums will be numbed so that you don’t feel a thing. How Long Do
Is the Procedure Painful?
One of the many benefits of dental veneers is that it is considered to be a pain-free procedure. Before your dentist even gets started, your tooth and gums will be numbed so that you don’t feel a thing.
How Long Do Veneers Last?
Depending on your lifestyle and habits, dental veneers typically last for ten years.
Will I Need to Change My Eating Habits?
Porcelain veneers are durable and can resist a lot of things. However, just like with your natural teeth, they can wear down and get damaged. We encourage all of our patients to avoid acidic beverages like coffee and soda, and to brush and floss at least twice a day. If you are interested in learning more about how you can perfect your smile with dental veneers, contact Centennial Dental Center today and schedule a consultation.
Are there Alternatives to Veneers?
At Centennial Dental Center, the main alternative to veneers offered is dental crowns. Dental Crowns are a durable, realistic restoration option that can be completed in as little as one day. We actually recommend dental crowns over veneers for most of our patients because of their ease of application and longevity. If you would like to learn more about dental crowns, please visit our dental crowns page.