Porcelain Veneers in Fort Lauderdale
Natural-looking Veneers for a Beautiful New Smile
Porcelain veneers are thin layers of porcelain that are attached to the front surfaces of teeth, to help improve their shape or color, or to cover chipped or pitted teeth. They can also be used to straighten mildly crooked teeth or close gaps between the teeth. Porcelain veneers are a fast and long-lasting solution for enhancing a smile.
Competent and Experienced Cosmetic Dentist
Dr. Johnson has over 20 years of experience placing veneers. She uses an excellent lab for the best results. Dr. Johnson does extensive preparation and uses custom shading and top-quality materials to create an aesthetic, natural-looking smile. She takes the needed time to ensure that you are completely happy with your new smile.
Minimal-prep and No-prep Veneers
In the past, getting veneers required the shaving down of your natural tooth so that your smile would not look too bulky. However, in some cases Dr. Johnson can use ultrathin veneers made of new and more durable grades of porcelain. These ultrathin veneers require little to no removal of your enamel. Dr. Johnson can determine whether you are a candidate for minimal or no-prep veneers during your Complimentary Cosmetic Consultation.
- Misshapen teeth
- Mildly crooked teeth
- Broken or chipped teeth
- Gaps between teeth
- Dark, yellow or stained teeth
- Permanently stained or discolored teeth
Complimentary Cosmetic Consultation
To find out whether veneers are a good option for enhancing your smile, meet with Dr. Johnson for a complimentary consultation.
The consultation includes:
- Smile evaluation
- Meet with Dr. Johnson
- Get your questions answered
Chairside Veneers with Dental Bonding
Cosmetic bonding is a tooth-colored resin that is used to make minor cosmetic or structural improvements to the teeth. It is a quick procedure that is done while you are in the chair.
Bonding can be used to close gaps between teeth, repair chips and cracks, or whiten areas of discoloration. Dr. Johnson may also provide dental bonding as a final touch following orthodontic treatment.
Although porcelain veneers tend to last longer and are highly resistant to staining, dental bonding can greatly enhance a smile and can be a good economical alternative to porcelain veneers.
Dr. Johnson can let you know whether cosmetic bonding would be a good option for you during your Complimentary Cosmetic Consultation.