Porcelain Veneers and Composite Bonding

Porcelain veneers are a conservative way to correct minor tooth gaps and misshapen or discolored front teeth. Instead of shaving the teeth all the way around like for a full coverage crown, veneers only take off a very thin amount of tooth structure on the front and sides. Depending on the complexity of the case, veneer appointments can take multiple visits to get them to look just right. We always make sure that you are satisfied with the outcome and to keep everything in a no-pressure no-stress environment.

Composite bonding is similar to veneers and may be a great solution for very minimal corrective cases. The procedure is done entirely in the dental chair just like a regular filling and can be done in one visit. It is sometimes also used as an alternative treatment option to porcelain veneers depending on the case. 

For more complicated cosmetic cases that may involve changing several teeth or altering your smile, a comprehensive exam is highly recommended.