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Thinking about a New Smile? Consider Porcelain Veneers from Highland Village

October 10, 2014

100047604When you see your smile in the mirror or in a photograph, what do you notice first? If there’s a chipped or cracked tooth, a few crooked teeth or if some of your teeth are discolored, then chances are those are the features of your smile that will jump out at you. With porcelain veneers, you can correct all of those and have a smile that makes you completely happy. Dr. Ryan Thomas at Highland Village Family Dentistry in Highland Village, TX, has extensive training in cosmetic dentistry and will design porcelain veneers that enhance not only your smile, but your face and confidence, too.

What are Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain veneers, also referred to as dental veneers, are ultra-thin layers of dental porcelain or resin composite materials that are bonded to the front surface of teeth in order to alter their shape, size, length or color. Porcelain veneers look like natural teeth. Better perhaps, because if you have discolored teeth, veneers can make your smile look whiter. Moreover, veneers resist staining and with proper oral hygiene, they can last for years.

The first step in getting your new porcelain veneers is a consultation with Dr. Thomas to discuss your smile goals. We’ll examine your mouth to make sure you’re oral health is optimal. Then, your teeth will be prepped for veneers, and we’ll take x-rays and impressions of your teeth in order to create your customized veneers. Then, in a few weeks when your porcelain veneers arrive, Dr. Thomas will carefully sculpt and shape them for an ideal fit and then bond them to your prepared teeth. Now when you look in the mirror, the first thing you’ll notice is your new and beautiful smile.

Schedule an Appointment Today

If you would like to learn more about porcelain veneers, call the office of Dr. Ryan Thomas at Highland Village Family Dentistry and ask for a consultation. We bring smiles to the faces of people in Highland Village, TX, as well as the entire DFW Metroplex and the surrounding communities of Flower Mound, The Colony, Plano, Frisco and Lewisville.

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