Dental veneers are the secret to having perfect teeth. They are thin shells attached to the front surface of your teeth to hide imperfections and improve the appearance of your smile. After careful evaluation, our team will decide the number of veneers required for each patient.
Veneers generally address aesthetic issues with the front teeth visible when you smile. The procedure is non-invasive and painless. And with proper care, the results are known to last several years before a replacement is required.
At Smile Savvy Dentistry, our expert cosmetic dentists can craft natural-looking, durable veneers that fit perfectly in your mouth to boost your confidence. We offer a variety of options to our patients, including porcelain and composite veneers in Charlotte, NC, to meet their smile goals.
Porcelain veneers are the most preferred option as they are stain-resistant, highly durable, and have a long lifespan. The thin porcelain shells are custom-crafted in a dental laboratory to match your natural teeth’ shape, size, and shade. The process requires two visits to our clinic.
During the first visit, a thin enamel layer is shaved from the tooth to create space for the ultrathin shells. Our dentists will then apply temporary veneers to your teeth that you will wear until your next visit. Once the lab technician has crafted your porcelain veneers, they are bonded to your teeth with utmost precision and care.
Composite veneers are made from a resin used for dental fillings. A composite resin that matches your natural tooth color is applied directly to your teeth and molded into the desired shape. It is then hardened with the help of a special light.
Composite resin veneers may not be as long-lasting as porcelain veneers, but they are more affordable and can provide beautiful results. And since no preparation is required for your teeth, the process only takes a single visit to the clinic.
With our porcelain and composite veneers services in Charlotte, NC, you can smile confidently and proudly. They are versatile and can address multiple problems with your teeth, such as: