Porcelain Veneers Houston, TX
A fractured or broken tooth is a common case in our Houston dental clinic. It can be devastating, depending on the tooth involved. Our Houston dentists recommend porcelain veneers as the best way to improve the appearance of damaged or imperfect teeth. At Dr. Cabrera Dental Associates, we use veneers to enhance and restore cracked, chipped or stained teeth. This procedure is an affordable solution that gives our patients the aesthetically pleasing looks they desire and the tooth function they need without braces.
Porcelain veneers at our dental clinic are custom-made to match the shape, color, and size of the surrounding teeth. They are very durable and offer a natural look. Many patients are pleased with the results. Following an initial consultation, you will have one more visit prior to the start of any treatment to evaluate your models. We will show you exactly what your teeth will look after treatment, as well as make any changes you desire. Lastly, the veneer is polished to look more like your natural teeth. The end result is a dazzling, more confident smile.
At Dr. Cabrera Dental Associates, porcelain veneers are used to correct several common dental issues, including the following:
Broken teeth, chips, and cracks
Gaps and misalignments
Stains and discolorations
Worn down teeth from grinding and unevenly-sized teeth
Call our friendly staff at Dr. Cabrera Dental Associates for more information or to schedule your initial consultation! Our cosmetic dentist is happy to review your chart and discuss your desires before devising the perfect customized look, function, and feel of your unique veneers. You can easily maintain good oral hygiene with regular daily brushing, and flossing with porcelain veneers in place. They won’t interfere with your teeth cleaning routine. When maintained correctly, dental veneers will last for decades. Your dentist in Houston, Dr. Cabrera, is confident you will be very happy with your new look.
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