Dental Veneers in Annapolis, MD
A dental veneers is a thin custom made shells of tooth-colored material to cover the front surface of teeth and to recreate the natural look of teeth. Tooth discolored due to medical treatment or trauma, chipped tooth, the gap between teeth. Veneer helps with various cosmetic concerns and enhances your smile. Veneers are strong, long-lasting, look natural and don't stain easily. The result will be the straighter, brighter, flawlessly radiant smile
During your consultation at our dental office in Annapolis, our dentist Dr. Wadell encourages you to discuss the aspects of your smile that you would like to see improved. Our goal is, the more detail we gain, the better we can customize your smile to your liking, taking into consideration your natural facial features and coloring
It is a two to three dental visit cosmetic procedure. During your appointment, our dentist at Annapolis will examine your teeth to make sure the veneer is appropriate for you. Our dentist and her team of expert are very careful in matching the shade to the natural adjacent teeth so they are essentially undetectable.
Your initial consultation will include an exam and x-ray for preparation. Local anesthesia may be used to make sure there is no discomfort during tooth preparation. Usually, a small amount of enamel from the front side of the teeth is trimmed, to make room for the veneer. So, that veneer gets fixed and to look natural.
The impression of your mouth is taken and sent to the laboratory to manufacture the porcelain veneers to fit your teeth. It takes 2-4 weeks for your dentist to receive the veneers back from the laboratory. In the meantime, the temporary veneer is used to cover the prepared surface. A permanent veneer is placed using a special adhesive, the bonding is hardened with a special light to hold firmly on the tooth.
After You Get Veneer:
After you get veneers, avoid biting your fingernails and chewing hard things such as ice. Your dentist also may advise you to avoid certain foods that could cause damage. Initially, you may feel uncomfortable but after a few, you get used to it. Follow your daily oral hygiene such as brushing and flossing to keep your teeth and gum clean. Consult the dentist regularly or as suggested by the dentist to stay healthy.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment for veneers or a complete smile makeover. We use high-quality materials to ensure we can give you a smile that you can be proud of for many years to come. Our dental office is located in Annapolis, Maryland.