Cover Cosmetic Imperfections
Veneers in Simpsonville
Veneers are designed to cover up the front surfaces of your teeth and treat a wide variety of cosmetic issues, from stains to uneven or misshapen teeth, as well as small gaps in your smile. If any of these cosmetic issues are keeping you from a confident smile, get in touch today to learn more about how veneers can help!
Timeline & What to Expect
The Veneers Process
The veneers treatment process typically takes three appointments at Pearl Dental Studio. At your first appointment, Dr. Cash will begin by taking custom impressions of your teeth. These will be used to create your treatment plan and be sent to our trusted dental lab where your custom veneers will be made.
At your second appointment, your teeth are cleaned and prepared for the veneer placement. Depending on your smile goals, Dr. Cash may remove a small amount of enamel from your teeth to make room for the veneers, or she may recommend an additive process which would not require the removal of enamel. You'll be given a set of temporary veneers to protect your prepared teeth and/or get you used to your new veneers.
At your final appointment, Dr. Cash will check the fit and finish of each permanent veneer to ensure that they look, feel and fit just right. She may make minor adjustments to your veneers, if necessary. To finish your treatment, they will be bonded into place permanently with dental cement.
Candidates for Veneers
Are Veneers Right for Me?
If you have multiple cosmetic issues with your smile, such as serious stains that can’t be removed with whitening or small gaps that you don’t want to address with orthodontics, veneers may be right for you. This highly versatile treatment can be used to treat almost any cosmetic imperfections.
However, veneers are not a restorative treatment and they cannot be used to treat issues like decayed or broken teeth. You may need alternative treatments like a filling or dental crown to repair these issues before you can have veneers placed. In addition, veneers are not ideal if you have crooked teeth or an improper bite. Come in today for a consultation with Dr. Cash to determine whether veneers are the right option for you!
Are Dental Veneers Permanent?
How Long Do Veneers Last?
Dental veneers are permanent and the procedure is not reversible. However, this does not mean that veneers last forever. In most cases, your veneers will last 10-15 years. Worn veneers can always be replaced, so give us a call if you think you may need a new veneer.