Q: I finally decided to improve my smile. My teeth are too short, crooked and an awful color. How do I know what dentist is the right one for this procedure?
A: The short answer is: “I am the right dentists for this procedures.” Now, don’t get put-off if I say that my staff and I are truly one of the best cosmetic practices in the world, especially when it comes to veneers. One would say: “Wow this guy has an ego the size of a Buick!”
Firstly, for those who are in the dark as to what a veneer is; think of it as a set of permanent finger nails, but for teeth. They are permanent facings of porcelain that are affixed to the fronts of the teeth. Only 8/10ths of a millimeter of enamel reduction on the face of the tooth is necessary.
You can literally come in with a photo from when you were younger or from a magazine and. BOOM. You got it! We can correct crowded, crooked teeth without doing any orthodontics. New smiles are usually completed in four weeks from start to finish. A typical case is 10 uppers and 10 lowers (if you show the lowers when you speak.)
Now why me and my team?
Veneers are rarely taught in dental school on a clinical level; most of us learn the techniques from post graduate, continuing education programs. Visit your prospective doctor’s website and view his cases, then book a consult. Make sure the office is doing veneers every week or at least every month.