Cosmetic issues such as chipped, stained, or crooked teeth may compel you to hide your smile rather than sharing it with the world.
Custom-made porcelain veneers from Cosmetic Dentistry of Knoxville can conceal the imperfections compromising the appearance of your smile.
Learn more about how the team at our Knoxville, TN, dentistry practice can transform your smile with the help of ultra-thin veneers...
Porcelain Veneers Can Give You a Beautiful New Smile
A more attractive smile can have a transformative effect on nearly every aspect of your life. The appearance of your smile leaves a lasting impression the first time you meet someone. An unattractive smile can leave a less than flattering opinion even if you have incredible dental hygiene. A compromised smile can affect your self-confidence, causing you to cover your smile in photos.
If you are embarrassed by the state of your smile, dental veneers from Cosmetic Dentistry of Knoxville may be the solution. Our Knoxville, TN, dentists can cover the unsightly issues that cause your teeth to appear unhealthy with state-of-the-art veneers. Enjoy the benefits of a stunning smile with the help of dental veneers.
Veneers Conceal Cosmetic Concerns
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Porcelain Veneers Providing Patients with Beautiful Smiles
Am I a Good Candidate for Porcelain Veneers?
A tooth must have a certain amount of enamel removed in order to make room for the veneer to sit comfortably. If you have thin or worn enamel, you may not be eligible for dental veneers. However, minimal and no-prep veneers may serve as a viable alternative.
Clenching and grinding teeth are a characteristic of bruxism and can fracture the porcelain used for dental veneers. An oral appliance can help protect porcelain veneers from the destructive forces of bruxism. However, in some cases, our dentist will recommend resolving the problem before seeking treatment.
Small gaps and minor misalignments can be treated quickly thanks to porcelain veneers. Cases of dental misalignments such as those that have a significant impact on the effectiveness and alignment of your bite will need to be addressed with orthodontics such as Invisalign®.
Revitalize Your Smile With Veneers
Our dentists, Drs. Ruth Bailey and Kasey Sliger, can provide you with solutions to the cosmetic issues that make you unhappy with your smile. Our team can develop a custom-designed treatment plan to meet your individual needs. For maximum impact, we can combine professional teeth whitening with your veneer treatment plan to take care of any discoloration that may be affecting your natural teeth.
Our team of dental professionals uses sophisticated technology to ensure you receive the best possible oral care when you visit our office. This allows us to provide you with a preview of your new smile so you can make an educated decision about your treatment options.
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Minimal-Prep Porcelain Veneers
Sometimes called no-prep veneers, these restorations are much thinner than conventional porcelain veneers. This allows them to be placed with less extensive removal of enamel for the tooth receiving treatment. A good option for patients considering porcelain veneers who are looking for more conservative treatment, minimal-prep veneers may be reversible depending on the condition of your oral health. Keep in mind that due to their decreased thickness, minimal-prep veneers cannot offer the same dramatic coverage offered by traditional porcelain veneers.