Improving your smile has never been easier, even if you have several blemishes you’re looking to address. Don’t be intimidated by the process or afraid to ask questions of your cosmetic dentistry team.
At Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry of Kansas City, we strive to improve our patients’ smiles while minimizing alterations to their healthy teeth. With custom-designed porcelain veneers, we can address multiple cosmetic issues at once.
Veneers are thin shells of lifelike dental porcelain crafted to perfectly fit over your existing natural teeth. They are then bonded onto the fronts of one or more teeth.
Before & After: A client received porcelain veneers on her top arch, dramatically changing her smile without the need for sedation or drilling, and improving her tooth color and shape.
Porcelain veneers are a fantastic way to create a brand-new smile in nearly an instant, boosting your confidence, even if you have multiple cosmetic concerns. They blend seamlessly and require minimal preparation to your teeth.
The process is a fairly simple one:
In total, you will need only two to three total visits to complete your transformation, one of them being your consultation.
Our cosmetic dentists may be able to correct blemishes in your smile using porcelain veneers if:
Don’t hesitate to request a consultation with our downtown Kansas City dental practice. Our cosmetic dentists will always provide you with multiple viable options for restoring your teeth and correcting blemishes, let you know how much your veneers cost compared to your other options, and will allow you to choose the one you feel is best for you.
How much do veneers cost?
The cost of veneers depends on the number of veneers you need, the size of your teeth, and other factors. We can provide an estimate for you during your consultation.
Can I get front-teeth veneers only?
Yes! With veneers, you can apply them only to the teeth that need them to correct blemishes. For some people, this is only their front teeth. For others, it is multiple teeth.
Can anyone tell if I have veneers?
In general, it is hard to determine whether someone has porcelain veneers bonded to their teeth. There are a few telltale signs, including the slightest of gaps at the gumline. However, these “tells” aren’t noticeable unless someone is examining your smile closely.