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Prepless Veneers: The Fast, Easy Way To A Dream Smile [BLOG]

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Are you embarrassed about your teeth?

Do you have unattractive teeth stains, cracks, or gaps you wish you could hide?

Cosmetic Dental Associates has a solution, and it’s easier than you might think!

We offer three different types of dental veneers, which work to mask all the embarrassing imperfections you spend a lot of energy trying to hide.

Today, we’re sharing how a convenient trip to our San Antonio, TX dental office could result in your dream smile faster and easier than you might assume possible. That’s thanks to our prepless veneers!

Veneers Are Popular For Good Reason!

Dental veneers are little porcelain miracles of modern cosmetic dentistry!

They’re rising in popularity more and more, and there are certainly good reasons for that.

Veneers are surprisingly lifelike in how they can replicate the strength and translucence of real tooth enamel. They can also hide so many flaws, much can be accomplished cosmetically in this one treatment.

Veneers can mask imperfections like:

*Stains

*Misshapen Teeth

*Uneven Teeth

*Cracks

*Chips

*Gaps

While dental veneers come in various forms, they can all do the same thing, which is cover flaws and transform your smile.

But not every type of veneer shares the same process, which is why choosing Cosmetic Dental Associates for your new smile means you have options!

A Dream Smile Is Fast & Easy With Prepless Veneers

The biggest difference, as the names suggest, between prepless veneers and standard veneers is the prep work involved.

But we have to go a bit deeper to explain what that really means.

*Prepless Veneers Don’t Require Removal Of Enamel*

One characteristic of traditional dental veneers is that they require a certain amount of your tooth enamel to be removed before they can be placed.

It’s the best way to ensure not only a comfortable, natural-looking fit against your gumline, but it helps optimize firm adhesion when the veneers are bonded to your teeth.

But some patients hear the implication once they understand more about the process and realize they just aren’t comfortable with that.

Not that any of our patients are unhappy with the end results, but some people simply don’t like the idea of their tooth enamel being removed.

Which makes prepless veneers a more attractive option for many people! There is no etching away of your natural tooth enamel at all!

Obviously, that also means that prepless veneers aren’t right for everyone. Several factors go into whether or not you’re a good candidate for them, and Dr. Moore is the expert you can trust to help you figure out which type of veneers will suit your needs best.

*Our Prepless Veneers Are Made In-House*

Another benefit of prepless veneers at Cosmetic Dental Associates is that we have our own in-house lab!

That means your custom-made prepless veneers are designed and fabricated in one convenient location in San Antonio! You don’t have to wait for weeks to have them sent to an off-site lab before you can start reaping the benefits of a fantastic new smile!

Schedule A Consultation

It doesn’t take months of preparation and a long waiting period to get your dream smile.

Not when prepless veneers at Cosmetic Dental Associates are an option.

We can cover stains, gaps, chips, and various other smile flaws without all the fuss!

See if you’re a good candidate for prepless veneers in our San Antonio, TX dental office.

Call Cosmetic Dental Associates today at 210-951-4444 or fill out our online form for a consultation.

 

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