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Are Porcelain Veneers Right For Me?

porcelain veneers If you have discolored, damaged, or minor alignment issues, porcelain veneers may be right for you. Oxnard, CA dentist, Dr. Georgia Haddad offers a full range of cosmetic dentistry solutions. Porcelain veneers can transform a smile. Dr. Haddad will work with you to determine if porcelain veneers are right for you.

To learn more about cosmetic dentistry, visit Beach Cities Dental Group in Oxnard, CA. To schedule an appointment, call (805) 312-9164 or schedule an appointment online.

What Are Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain veneers are thin, ceramic shells that are permanently bonded to the front and sides of the teeth. Porcelain veneers are made from a stain and decay resistant material.

What Problems Can Porcelain Veneers Address?

Porcelain veneers can be used to address chipped teeth, gaps between teeth, fractured teeth, discolored or stained teeth, misshapen teeth and minor alignment problems.

What Happens During The Porcelain Veneer Process?

Dr. Haddad uses state of the art technology to fabricate your custom cosmetic restoration in our Oxnard, CA dental office. The full porcelain veneer process will require 2-3 visits to our Oxnard dental practice. During your first visit, Dr. Haddad will perform a full dental exam and create a treatment plan based on your needs. The second visit will consist of Dr. Haddad preparing the teeth for bonding. Dr. Haddad will remove a small amount of surface structure from the teeth. Molds of the teeth are to taken to ensure a quality result.

During your final visit, Dr. Haddad will check the fit, quality, and color of your porcelain veneers. After the final examination, Dr. Haddad will carefully bond your porcelain veneers to your teeth. In the end, patients will have a beautiful, natural looking result.

How To Maintain Porcelain Veneers?

Although porcelain veneers are naturally stain and decay resistant, it is still important to care for them just as you would for your natural teeth. To maintain your porcelain veneer, continue your normal oral hygiene routine and schedule regular dental check-ups and dental cleanings.