A Quick Veneer Rundown: How Does It Work?

You may discover that as much as you feel enamored with the idea of porcelain veneers for your smile improvement needs, you don’t know the first thing about how it all works. This, of course, can make you feel a little standoffish. Is this something that’s going to be difficult to accomplish? How do they even actually improve your smile? We know that when the functional details of a treatment remain a mystery, it can cause your initial excitement to take a nosedive. Let’s keep that from happening with a quick rundown of the major details.

We’ll Take Impressions

Before we can have your porcelain veneers created, we will need to take impressions of your smile. The translation of this is simple: We will create a mold of your smile, so the veneers are crafted precisely for your needs. Of course, we will also need to gather up your goals, so we know just what you’d like to accomplish for your smile (perhaps you want it whiter, teeth longer or shorter or wider, etc.).

A Lab Will Create Your Veneers

The impressions will be sent to a lab, where a master ceramicist will custom-craft the porcelain veneers that will soon transform your smile. They’ll be sent to us once they are complete.

We Will Place Them And Make Changes

Before we simply permanently place porcelain veneers on your smile, we temporarily place them during a fitting. If there are any concerns, such as areas that need to be gently improved, then we will make those final minor adjustments.

We Will Bond Them Over Your Teeth!

It’s time! Your porcelain veneers are ready. We will bond them directly to your dental tissue, which will then provide you with your smile makeover that creates a beautiful smile for years to come!

Find Out How Veneers Work By Asking Us!

If you have questions about how porcelain veneers will work for your smile, all you have to do is let us know! We will be glad to provide explanations. Call our Cleveland Family Dentistry office in Cleveland, TX, today at (281) 592-1234. We proudly serve patients and their families from Cleveland, Kingwood, New Caney, Conroe, Livingston, Huffman, and all surrounding communities.