Dr. Victoria Yeager and Dr. Daniel Yeager are extremely passionate about Clinical Excellence and providing the exceptional care of all Patients. Porcelain Veneers provide a comfortable, beautiful looking solution for anyone seeking a cosmetic improvement to their smile.
Porcelain Veneers are incredibly strong, yet can be extremely thin, so they are bonded to your natural teeth without being evident. With the use of porcelain, we can salvage more of your tooth and strengthen the structure for a healthy smile. This is becoming one of the more popular options available in Cosmetic Dentistry.
Porcelain veneers are a good solution to many types of cosmetic dental issues.
DISCOVER BEAUTIFUL AND NATURAL LOOKING TEETH WITH VENEERS
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THE ASSESSMENT WILL SHOW
- Smile Options
- Treatment Timeline
- Eligibility Factors
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Stained teeth: Teeth that are stained often can be improved with teeth whitening. But not all stains respond to teeth whitening. Most teeth are stained due to the foods and drinks we consume: coffee, tea, red wine, tomato sauce. These are surface stains that are easily bleached away. However, some people are born with stained teeth due to medicines their mothers’ took when they were pregnant. These stains are not surface stains — they exist throughout the teeth. The only solution is to cover up the stains with veneers. The patients at our Richmond dental clinic are thrilled with their new, bright-white dental veneers.
Misshapen teeth: Some people have one or more misshapen teeth. It is often a congenital condition, meaning it was present at birth. Having misshapen teeth can affect your self-confidence, but there is a solution — porcelain veneers. While other types of issues with teeth such as a chip may be fixed with bonding, this solution won’t work for misshapen teeth. Even composite veneers won’t work, because composites are a malleable substance that is molded onto teeth and then hardened. With porcelain veneers, our dentists remove a portion of the front of your tooth to make room for each veneer, so they look completely natural.
Small teeth: Patients who have noticeably small teeth are often unhappy with how they look. Sometimes gum contouring can help, but it doesn’t always work. And when it does, the difference is less dramatic than getting porcelain veneers. Our dentists will craft your veneers so that they are larger than your natural teeth. The dental veneers will completely cover your teeth and add length, giving you the smile you have always wanted.
Teeth with many gaps: A gap between the front teeth is not uncommon and is usually fairly easily fixed with orthodontia. Even several gaps may be treatable with orthodontia. But if most of your teeth have gaps between them, orthodontia usually isn’t the answer. Instead, our dentists cover your teeth with dental veneers, so the gaps are no longer visible. Some patients choose veneers over orthodontia because they do not want to wait for orthodontia to work.
Some of the patients at our Richmond dental clinic choose to get veneers even though they have none of the issues with their teeth that we mentioned above. They may work in a field where having perfect teeth is important, such as modeling, or they may just want the best smile they can get. The choice is yours — call our dentist office today to make an appointment to learn more about dental veneers.
At Inspired Smile, our Team of experts will walk you through the process, explain your options and inform you of what you have to gain. It’s no longer necessary to live your life with teeth you aren’t proud of. We are here to help you create a beautiful and healthy smile.
We pride ourselves in offering our patients the utmost in personal care. If you are in need of Porcelain Veneers or any other form Cosmetic Dentistry, we are here to answer any questions you may have.
If you’d like to schedule a consultation, please call our Richmond Virginia Dental Office today. We look forward to welcoming you to our Dental Family.