Veneers in Reno

Are you looking for a minimally invasive and effective solution to transform your smile? Consider the wonders that minimal-prep veneers can do for you.

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What Are Veneers?

Veneers are a type of cosmetic dental treatment that involves fitting custom-made shells that mimic your tooth’s color and shape on your tooth’s surface. These fittings conceal cracks, chips, and stains on your teeth, giving you a perfect smile.

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Did you know…

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Veneers were initially developed for actors' use in Hollywood to enhance their smiles on the silver screen.

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The Benefit of Veneers

Minimally Invasive

Veneer treatment is minimally invasive, meaning you don’t have to sacrifice any of your teeth. The only invasiveness is shaving small bits of your enamel to make room for the veneers. The procedure is painless save for the mild tooth sensitivity after the procedure.

Require Little Maintenance

Unlike other cosmetic dental procedures, veneers require minimal maintenance to preserve their longevity and structural integrity. All you have to do is brush and floss your teeth like you usually do. Plus, since veneers are non-porous, they’re very resistant to stains and can maintain their appeal for years.

They Hide and Prevent Discoloration

Veneers hide stains and discoloration on the teeth, giving your perfect, natural-looking teeth. They also form a protective barrier against staining pigments, so your teeth can maintain their whiteness. Veneers are impervious and no staining pigment can pass through them to reach your teeth.

The Dental Veneer Process

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Initial Consultation and Treatment Plan

The dental veneers start with you consulting one of our highly-skilled Reno dentists. This consultation will form the foundation of your treatments and involves discussions about any concerns you may have and your aesthetic goals. It also involves a physical examination and culminates in a treatment plan.

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Tooth Preparation and Taking Impressions

After compiling the treatment plan, your dentist will prepare the teeth by removing a thin layer of enamel on your teeth’s surface. This creates space for the veneers, allowing them to fit snugly on your teeth. Afterwards, the dentist will use dental putty to take impressions of your teeth before sending the mold to the lab to manufacture your veneers.

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Veneer Fabrication and Placement

After about two weeks, we’ll call you to come get the veneers placed on your teeth. The dentist will first clean the surface of your teeth and the back of the veneers, before applying an adhesive on the surface. They'll then gently place the veneers on your teeth, checking their fit before curing them with a special light to cement them in place and end the process.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, unfortunately, most dental insurance providers won’t cover veneers. That’s because dental veneers are cosmetic dental fixtures that aren’t medically necessary. Insurers that cover dental veneers typically charge high premiums and only pay for a fraction of the cost. You’ll have to pay the rest out-of-pocket as part of your deductibles.

Yes, veneers are permanent teeth fixtures, but this doesn't mean they’ll last forever. Veneers last ten to twenty years before they need replacement. However, certain habits like biting hard objects, or excessive smoking could compromise your veneer’s lifespan. Conversely, maintaining proper oral hygiene and avoiding tobacco and highly-pigmented drinks improves the longevity of your veneers.

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