Fawcett Center for Dentistry
Fawcett Center for Dentistry

Porcelain Veneers FAQs

Porcelain veneers can be a highly beneficial solution for those wishing to correct minor imperfections or improve the appearance of their smile. Our cosmetic dentist, Dr. Wayde Fawcett, provides natural-looking, custom-designed veneers for patients who prove to be good candidates for the procedure.

To learn more about porcelain veneers, you can read through the frequently asked questions answered by Dr. Fawcett below, or contact our office to schedule your consultation.

What are porcelain veneers?

Porcelain veneers are thin porcelain shells that are bonded to the front of the tooth to improve a variety of a cosmetic imperfections. They are custom-made to blend seamlessly with your smile for a natural-looking solution.

What dental problems can porcelain veneers correct?

Porcelain veneers can correct several types of tooth imperfections, whether it is the tooth’s integrity that is being compromised or simply the aesthetics. The thin, durable shells are designed to address such concerns as stains, chips, gaps, and misalignment.

Do they look natural?

Yes. When you undergo the porcelain veneer procedure at our practice, you can expect to leave our office with a restoration that has been specially designed to match the rest of your natural teeth.

Does the porcelain veneer procedure hurt?

Local anesthesia is typically used during the procedure to help limit any discomfort. Dr. Fawcett also offers sedation dentistry to help patients suffering from dental anxiety feel more relaxed.

How long do porcelain veneers last?

Porcelain veneers are known to be a long-lasting cosmetic solution. They are made with a porcelain material and are attached the front of your teeth to last for several years, if not decades!

Contact the Fawcett Center for Dentistry, P.A.

For more information about porcelain veneers, you can contact the Fawcett Center for Dentistry, P.A. to set up an appointment with Dr. Fawcett.

 

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