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Porcelain Veneers Hampstead, NC

Do you have a single discolored tooth? Are there chips or cracks in some of your teeth?

Try porcelain veneers in our Hampstead, NC dental office. Dental veneers are cosmetic dental treatments that Dr. Michael Weis uses to cover the front of stained or damaged teeth. Compared to dental bonding, porcelain veneers are a longer-lasting and more permanent solution for cosmetic imperfections. Our office provides patients with veneers made of porcelain ceramic, which blend in with the look of natural teeth and can brighten the appearance of the smile.

Dental Veneers in Hampstead, North Carolina

Porcelain Veneer Treatment

Dr. Weis will first assess the health of your teeth and gums to ensure they are infection-free. Then, he will prepare the teeth receiving veneers by removing a small portion of the enamel. Preparing teeth in this way allows the veneers to conform fully to the tooth. Dr. Weis will then take dental impressions that are sent to a dental laboratory where your porcelain veneers will be created. Once the veneers are complete, Dr. Weis will ensure that they fit properly and match the color of adjacent teeth. After these adjustments are made, the veneers are bonded to the teeth.

Porcelain veneers can be cared for just like natural teeth. For several days after treatment, we may recommend that patients eat softer foods as they get used to their new teeth. We also recommend that patients continue to schedule routine appointments so we can ensure that your veneers last for many years.

Porcelain Veneer FAQs

Learn answers to frequently asked questions about dental veneers:

Can I whiten porcelain veneers?

No. Porcelain veneers can create a brighter appearance for severely stained teeth but cannot be whitened with over-the-counter treatments or in-office whitening. If you have old veneers or veneers that become discolored over time, call our office and we can help provide you with replacements.

Am I a candidate for dental veneers?

Dr. Weis will conduct a thorough examination of your teeth and gums to determine if veneers are the right solution for you. He will assess the condition of your bite and ensure that you are infection-free before recommending treatment.

Do porcelain veneers damage the teeth?

No. Porcelain veneers are often used to protect teeth from damage. They are made of stain-resistant and durable porcelain ceramic. Although teeth need to be prepared for veneers, this does not permanently damage the enamel.

How long is the veneer process?

Many patients receive their veneers after two office visits. It may take several weeks after we take your dental impressions, for your veneers to be complete.

When can I eat after getting porcelain veneers?

You can eat 1-1.5 hours after getting the permanent veneers placed on your teeth. This small time window is crucial to make sure the veneers are set well and adhere properly to the surface of your teeth.

Does getting porcelain veneers hurt?

No, porcelain veneers shouldn’t hurt your teeth. If anything, you may feel some sensitivity in the days following the porcelain veneers procedure. This should dissipate after a week or two.

Is there anything I can’t do with porcelain veneers?

Porcelain veneers are designed to be both durable and stain-resistant. However, it’s important to realize that they can still stain or chip. Lifestyle habits like smoking or drinking coffee mean they’re going to discolor more quickly. Try to avoid putting a lot of pressure on your veneers as well. Biting down directly onto a hard food with your veneer can chip or break it.

Call Our Dental Office

Do you want a permanent solution for dull, weakened, or worn teeth? Get porcelain veneers today. Request a dental consultation with Dr. Weis and his professional dental team online or call Seaside Family and Cosmetic Dentistry today at 910-335-4392. Let our team know if you have any further questions about veneers or your specific concerns. We want all of our patients to know that we are here for their questions, no matter how big or small.