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Are Dental Veneers the Answer for You?

If you’re unsatisfied with the color, shape, length or size of your teeth, dental veneers might be the best option for you.  Our San Antonio dental staff can inspect your teeth and tell you if this is the best procedure for your individualized needs. 

These wafer-thin shells are made of porcelain and are created in our lab specifically for you before being bonded over top of your teeth with a specialized form of cement.  They will mask just about any imperfection in your smile, but veneers are not necessarily for everyone; let’s find out if they are right for you.

The versatility of veneers means they are indeed appropriate for many patients who suffer from a variety of issues.  If you reside in or around San Antonio, dental veneers can be used for the following applications: a chipped or broken tooth can be hidden from view, an over sized gap between teeth can be covered up, or an entire smile makeover can even be achieved.

If you have any of those issues and think veneers could be the answer, you should schedule a consultation today to determine whether or not that is truly the case.  If it is determined that they are the best solution to your tooth troubles, the next step is to discover how many you will need.  Next up, San Antonio, Texas, dentist Dr. John Moore DDS and his staff will make an impression of your teeth.  From there, you will get temporary shells which will be removed in favor of the permanent ones once they have been crafted.  Once that is completed, you can go back to smiling with confidence.

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