Veneers are custom-made to match the shape and color of your natural teeth by a professional dental laboratory. Dr. Salim bonds them to the front of your teeth with an adhesive to give you a more beautiful and attractive smile.
These shells can completely transform your smile and are an alternative to more complex restorations, such as crowns or implants.
Getting veneers usually means scheduling two visits with Dr. Salim at Gorgeous Smile, and little to no anesthesia is required.
At your first visit, Dr. Salim takes an impression of your teeth and helps you choose the best shade for your new veneers.
At your second visit, once your veneers are ready, Dr. Salim thoroughly cleans your teeth and then applies bonding cement to your teeth to hold the veneer in place. A special beam of UV light helps harden the adhesive and sets the bond.
Before you leave Gorgeous Smile, Dr. Salim provides you with detailed care instructions for your new veneers. This list includes the importance of proper brushing, flossing, and maintaining your regular dental visits. Following his instructions can lengthen the lifespan of your veneers.
Veneers may be a good idea if you’re looking to address any of the following oral health or cosmetic concerns:
Dr. Salim happily takes the time to address all your questions and concerns about getting veneers and how best to care for them.
As with most dental restorations, veneers are supposed to be a permanent restoration. However, as is the case with any restoration device, the lifespan of your veneers depends largely on you. As long as you take excellent care of them, follow Dr. Salim’s instructions, and come in for periodic checkups, your veneers should provide you with a beautiful, long-lasting smile.
If you’re interested in learning more about veneers, call or schedule an in-office consultation online today.
The cost of veneers will depend on the type that will be used and varies from patient to patient. For costs and to learn more about veneers, don’t hesitate to call us at (571) 380-7800.
Patients usually get veneers especially if they have teeth gaps.
Porcelain laminate veneers can last from 10-12 years, while composite resin veneers may need to be replaced since they last for around 4-8 years.
Veneers are made out of stain-resistant materials, but they can be susceptible to staining over time depending on the patient’s oral care and eating habits.
Dental veneers used per patient may vary depending on their dental case. If you want to know the type of dental veneers we offer in Arlington, just give us a buzz at (571) 380-7800.