At San Leandro Dental Studio, we want you to be confident in your smile. That’s why we offer a wide range of general and cosmetic treatments to improve the health and beauty of your smile.
If you want to change the shape, color, and symmetry of your teeth, schedule an appointment for dental veneers with our expert team. With proper oral health care and our high-quality veneers, we can help you achieve a beautiful smile that you’ll love to show off.
Call us at (510) 314-8094 to schedule your consultation today!
What Are Veneers
Dental veneers are extremely thin shells that are designed to cover the front surface of your teeth. Each veneer is custom-made to address your needs, fit your teeth, and enhance your smile. Our expert dentist will bond the veneers to the front of your teeth to change their size, shape, color, or length.
Veneers are often made from porcelain, which is a strong and stain-resistant material that mimics the look of natural teeth. You can also get veneers that are made from a composite resin material.
Veneers are considered a permanent cosmetic procedure because even though they are thin, we still need to remove some of the enamel from your teeth to make room for the veneers. This preparation is necessary to ensure your veneers fit well and stay attached to your teeth; but once your enamel is removed, it cannot be restored.
Benefits of Dental Veneers
Veneers are a great cosmetic option to improve the appearance of your teeth. Other great benefits of getting veneers include:
- Minimally invasive
- Looks like natural teeth
- A long-term improvement
- Easy to maintain
- Made of durable materials
With a good oral hygiene routine, your veneers can last between 7 and 15 years, which makes them an excellent investment for a beautiful smile you’ll love showing off for years to come.
Should I Get Dental Veneers?
If you take great care of your teeth and gums but you still have aesthetic concerns about your smile, you may benefit from getting veneers. Our high-quality dental veneers can improve the appearance of teeth that are:
- Discolored or stained
- Resistant to whitening
- Chipped, broken, or worn down
- Uneven in texture