Porcelain Veneers in Des Moines, IA
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Des Moines Iowa's Finest Porcelain Veneers for a Beautiful Smile
Veneers are used to correct both the color and the shape of your tooth making for great smile design. Veneers are incredibly thin pieces of custom designed porcelain or plastics that are permanently attached to the front of your teeth with little or no anesthesia required.
If your teeth are discolored, chipped, have holes or pits, are crooked, or any cosmetic defect; Veneers are your solution.
Whereas crowns require the dentist to remove some of your original teeth, Veneers do not in some cases. Veneers are custom built for each patient created from an impression taken in the cosmetic dentist’s office. The veneer is cemented directly to your tooth. Veneers will not stain. They’re a perfect way to get a beautiful smile.
Veneers last anywhere from ten to fifteen years. They come in a variety of natural colors to help your smile look happy and healthy.
To discuss porcelain veneers or any of our other amazing cosmetic dental procedures, please contact Iowa Dental Group today. You can either utilize the contact form provided, or you can call us during regular business hours at (515) 277-6358. Our office is conveniently located near downtown Des Moines, IA.
What to Expect During Your Veneers Procedure
Planning - Choosing the proper type and shade of veneers for your smile.
Preparation - Removing your outer enamel prepares the teeth for the veneers. Molds are made to assure proper fit.
Temporaries - Temporary veneers can be added to the teeth to allow for a more aesthetic look while the final veneers are being crafted in the lab.
Placement - Each veneer is bonded to it’s tooth.
Most patients opt for dental veneers made of porcelain, as they can provide natural-looking results and are durable, lasting around 25 years.
This type of veneer is composed of a ceramic shell and typically requires the dentist to reduce the applicable tooth a minimal amount to create the most precise fit possible.
No-prep veneers require no reduction of the tooth before their placement and may provide a beautiful, conservative option for the ideal candidates.
Prepless veneers are incredibly thin shells, made from porcelain, which hides most of the same imperfections as standard veneers.
They may not be ideal for those who require more preparation with more severe cosmetic concerns.
Dental veneers can often be placed using a technique requiring minimal preparation which allows patients to enjoy the cosmetic benefits of veneers with little preparation and reduction.
Using a minimal-prep technique on a small amount of the enamel is removed creating an alternative to the placement of traditional veneers.
A more affordable option, composite veneers require little to no preparation to attach. They can correct many of the same cosmetic concerns as porcelain veneers.
The material used is not quite as durable as porcelain, with an expected wear cycle of five to eight years.
Although they are more affordable in the interim, they may cost more money over time due to the shortened life cycle.
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