If you’re looking to cosmetically correct or enhance the appearance of one or more teeth, we can do veneers. They are very thin, porcelain or resin shells that you can customize in color and shape. They are less invasive than crowns and are resistant to future stains.
Veneers are placed on the front surfaces of the teeth to restore their appearance and strength. Dental veneers are most commonly used to correct aesthetic issues including:
- Chipped teeth
- Misshapen or irregular teeth
- Stained teeth that do not respond to traditional whitening treatments
What to Expect with Dental Veneers?
Porcelain veneers provide a smooth, clean surface that can be matched to the color of your surrounding teeth for an improved smile. They also can offer supportive protection for patients who have insufficient tooth enamel. Like other restorative or cosmetic dentistry work, veneers should be cared for just as you would your natural teeth with frequent and regular brushing, flossing, and cleaning.
With regular care and check-ups at our office, dental veneers have been shown to be a long-lasting treatment option with results that can last for over 10 years.
Dental Veneer Options at Barnhart DDS
Bioclear Matrix System
One of the most advanced technologies currently on the market, the Bioclear system creates a thin, durable shell around the teeth and produces a natural-looking color and tooth shape for a seamless restoration that blends with the color and shapes of your surrounding teeth.
The advanced injection technology used in the Bioclear system creates a secure bond with the tooth, creating strong and long-lasting results. Bioclear also reduces the amount of prepping or reshaping that teeth need before the veneer is placed, and the work is finished same-day with no additional wait time.
Porcelain is one of the most popular material options for new dental veneers due to its resistance to staining. Porcelain has also been shown to mimic the light-reflecting properties of natural teeth. In addition to blending well with surrounding teeth, porcelain veneers are also well-tolerated by gum tissue.
Are Dental Veneers Right for Me?
Although dental veneers are a viable treatment option for many people, a thorough examination is necessary to determine if they’re the best option for your dental goals and health. During your visit, Dr. Barnhart and her team will discuss your treatment options with you and create a long-term plan.