Do you want to smile with confidence and show off your pearly whites? If you have any flaws on your front teeth, such as stains, chips, gaps, etc., you may feel insecure about your look. Worry not, because we have a perfect way to enhance your smile aesthetics. At Trinity Dental Centers, we offer different varieties of veneers to match your style and needs. Our cosmetic dental experts customize them to help you achieve a bright, dazzling grin. So don’t wait any longer! Contact us today and book a consultation to find out more about our dental veneers and how they can help you.

How Do Veneers Improve The Appearance of Teeth?

Dental veneers are custom-made, tooth-colored coverings that mimic the look and feel of your natural teeth. They adhere to the front of your teeth to conceal various dental flaws, including: 

  • Chipped teeth: They can rebuild the shape of chipped teeth by covering the damaged area and providing a smooth and even surface.
  • Worn-out teeth: These durable coverings can protect worn-out teeth from further wear and tear by adding a layer of durable material.
  • Tooth discoloration: We can mask tough stains or tooth discoloration that do not respond well to whitening treatments. 
  • Gaps between teeth: We can use them to close tooth gaps by adjusting the size and alignment of your teeth to create a more harmonious smile.
  • Uneven teeth: With this treatment, we can correct uneven proportions of teeth to create a well-balanced smile.
  • Crooked teeth: They can correct slightly crooked teeth by reshaping and repositioning them to create a more symmetrical look. 

Questions About Veneers

What Are The Advantages of Veneers?

Veneers are a popular cosmetic treatment among many patients because they can enhance the appearance and function of your smile. Our dentists use high-quality dental materials to create veneers that suit your preferences and needs. They offer many benefits, including: 

  • They can fix various cosmetic dental flaws, giving you a perfect-looking smile. 
  • They are made of biocompatible materials that do not cause soft tissue or gum irritation. 
  • By improving the proportions of your teeth, they make your smile appear more symmetric and balanced. 
  • Porcelain laminates resist tooth staining and remain pearly white for many years. 
  • They are very thin and require minimal tooth preparation.
  • They can enhance your facial appearance and boost your self-esteem. 

What Are The Steps Involved In The Process Of Dental Veneers?

The process of veneer treatment usually requires two or three visits. The first visit is for consultation, where our dentists will evaluate your oral health, discuss your aesthetic goals and expectations, and determine if you are a good candidate for this treatment.

The second visit involves tooth preparation, in which we will remove a small amount of enamel from the front surface of your teeth. Before starting, we will administer local anesthesia to numb your teeth and prevent discomfort. Our team will then record impressions of your prepared teeth and send it to a dental lab. This step may take a few days, so we will provide you with temporary laminates to protect your teeth in the meantime.

In the final visit, we will fix the permanent veneers and perform necessary adjustments to ensure that they blend well with the rest of your teeth. Once we are done with finishing and polishing, you are ready to dazzle with your new smile! 

Patient Testimonials

See what out happy patients have to say about us

Took my 7 month old in for his first visit and everyone was so helpful and made the first visit so easy . Lisa in the front was so helpful answering any question I had and was so nice to me and my baby ,as well as made checking out easy and fast . Nora in the room was so patient and made sure my child was comfortable.

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Suleima Calvillo

Amazing! All of the staff is amazing!! Dr dang is amazing he has wonderful hands I didn’t feel a thing i was so relaxed I almost fell asleep! All of the girls are amazing very friendly and positive! If you’re scared of the dentist I definitely recommend coming here hands of angels!! 🥰

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Erika L

The front desk (Karina)was nice, (Alex) is such a great dental assistant, and (dr.dang) made my extraction so easy and made me feel comfortable.

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Erik Flores

Karina and Lisa were very attentive in the front ! Nora, Juana, Alex were attentive to my treatment needs ! Dr. Dang is the best DANG dentist !!! He’s was very detailed with my treatment! He took his time to make sure I was comfortable through out my whole dental treatment!! Thank y’all !!

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Jewels Delgado

ruly and very satisfied with my dental appointment, I hadn't gone to the dentist in about 8 years because I had a bad experience. I switched my entire family to be seen with Dr.Dang, him and his team are great. Nora the dental assistant was very nice and informative throughout the whole visit.

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Jose Godinez

What Are Different Types of Veneers?

For designing custom-fit dental veneers that resemble your natural teeth, we use different materials with varying qualities. The most common are: 

  • Porcelain veneers: These shell-like coverings consist of a thin layer of porcelain that encases the front surfaces of your teeth. Because porcelain is white and slightly translucent, like natural teeth, this type offers excellent aesthetics and realistic results. They require minimal tooth preparation and are durable enough to last many years. 
  • Composite resin veneers: Also known as chair-side veneers, they are made of composite resin, which blends well with your teeth. We apply the resin in a thin layer over your teeth and harden it with a curing light. Their main benefit is that they do not require tooth preparation. However, they are less sturdy and may stain over the years. 

What Is The Lifetime of Veneers?

The lifespan of this treatment depends on the type of material used, the placement technique, and how well you care for your oral health. Since porcelain veneers are more durable, they have a longer lifetime and can last for 10 to 12 years with proper maintenance. Composite laminates may need repair or replacement after 4 to 8 years. They may also lose their luster as they tend to stain like natural teeth. Keep in mind that they are artificial teeth and may chip or break under certain situations, like biting too hard on something or a high-impact oral injury. If these problems occur, you can contact our dental practice right away for repair or replacement.

What Are The Potential Risks Or Issues That Can Occur With This Treatment?

Many patients worry about the health of their teeth because most cases of veneer treatment involve the removal of a thin enamel layer. You can be confident that this treatment does not harm your teeth as long as it is done by a skilled professional. Our board-certified cosmetic dentists use conservative techniques to keep as much of the natural tooth structure as possible. The procedure involves the removal of about 0.5 mm of enamel, which is safe for your teeth. During the interim period, we also provide temporary coverings to diminish the risk of tooth sensitivity.

How To Look After Veneers?

Maintaining your dental veneers can help extend their lifespan by many years. By following these instructions, you can enjoy their benefits for many years ahead:

  • Keep good oral hygiene by brushing your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and flossing regularly.
  • Avoid chewing hard foods or objects that may chip or break your veneers, such as ice, nuts, pencils, or bottle caps.
  • If you have composite laminates, avoid staining foods and drinks like coffee, tea, wine, or berries.
  • If you have a teeth-grinding or clenching habit, get a custom-fit mouth guard to protect your dental work. 
  • Reduce alcohol consumption, as alcohol can weaken the bond between the laminates and your teeth.
  • Visit our dental practice regularly for check-ups and cleanings. 

Schedule An Appointment With Us

Are you ready to transform your smile with our custom-designed veneers? Book a consultation with our cosmetic dental experts and get the smile makeover you always dreamed of! Call us at (281) 724-4510 for an appointment.
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