Steps in Getting Dental Veneers

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Veneers can completely change the way your smile looks and even how you feel about your smile. Many people with cosmetic flaws, such as cracks, chips, gaps, or staining, feel embarrassed or self-conscious about their smiles. Veneers quickly and effectively cover these flaws and create a new look that is flawlessly beautiful. Our best dentist in Los Angeles can help you decide if veneers are right for you.

Although the process can usually be completed in just a few appointments, there are several steps involved in getting veneers. They include:

1. Consultation
This initial appointment allows us to determine if you are a candidate for veneers. We will also look at the severity of your case and go over your smile goals. We will then explain the process and help you learn about your options.

2. Smile design
During this part of the process, you will take an active role in deciding and designing your new look. We will work to create a smile that enhances your overall look and brings your vision to life.

3. Preparation
Teeth will usually need to be prepared before the veneers can be applied. A small amount of enamel will need to be removed to ensure a secure and comfortable fit.

4. Application
The veneers can be applied in a single appointment using a strong dental cement.

5. Maintenance
Once the process is finished, you will be ready to flash that smile to the world. Taking good care of your general dental health will help improve its lifespan. Good brushing and flossing habits will help reduce the risk of damage and decay.

Call us today to find out more or to schedule an appointment with our expert in dental veneers in Los Angeles.

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