Dr. Jasmine Naderi is your go to Houston Dentist when it comes to high quality Porcelain Veneers. Her team works with some of the best labs in the country to provide you with a smile that you can be proud of. With over 17 years of dental experience as a cosmetic dentist, Dr. Jasmine prides herself on perfect the art of dental veneer restorations.
Dental Porcelain Veneers have become the cornerstone of modern cosmetic dentistry. The buzz is our about the restorations that give patients the glowing and radiant smile tat they are looking for. You want to make sure that your cosmetic dentist is skilled and crafted to handle any complications that dental veneer treatment can bring.
While this dental restoration and fixation is often done for cosmetic reasons, dental veneers are also very helpful in restoring discolored teeth due to the aging process, chemical damages to your teeth, as well as wine and coffee stains. Teeth discoloration is a common problem that happens when teeth enamel (the outside layer of your tooth) is stained or damaged through time.
How Do Dental Veneers Work?
During a cosmetic veneer restoration, composite or porcelain shells are placed over the teeth to change its color and shape. In addition to solving discoloration problems, the treatment is also ideal for fixing disproportionate teeth sizes allowing that person to restore a beautiful smile.
Having dental veneers placed over teeth that are too small or too big, are unevenly shaped, crooked, chipped, or have small holes in them, fixes these irregularities and gives you the beautiful and lasting Hollywood smile that you desire. If your severely discolored, misshapen tooth is bringing you down and preventing you from showing a toothy grin, maybe it’s time to consider having cosmetic veneers installed.
This dental restoration is often offered as an alternative to dental crowns. Veneers offer a few advantages over dental crowns: Less tooth structure is removed in preparation for the restoration, and instead of being cemented on, these thin porcelain shells are bonded on adhering to the front side of your teeth.