Contents: Am I a good Candidate? | How long it lasts | How much it costs? | FAQs

Am I a good candidate?
Veneers are an excellent cosmetic dental treatment that any patient can have. If you are considering getting dental veneers, below are some signs you need to know to qualify for this treatment.Dental Veneers for The Colony

Your teeth are too dark for teeth whitening. Teeth whitening treatments can only whiten your teeth to a certain extend. Dark stains or spots won’t respond to whitening procedures. Porcelain treatments are great at covering stains, including discoloration due to decay.

You have minor imperfections in the structure of your teeth. Veneers are great for hiding minor imperfections of your teeth such as misshapen teeth, cracks, or chips. Dental veneers are also able to fix all the imperfections of your smile all at once. For example, if your teeth are misshapen, chipped, cracked and has severe stains, it can cover it all up with dental veneers which would typically require several procedures to achieve the needed results.

You have good overall health. Before undergoing dental veneers, it is crucial to have healthy teeth and gums.

You have enough tooth enamel. Veneers need sufficient tooth enamel to make it stick to your teeth permanently. Your dentist will remove several millimeters of the enamel to make room for the veneers; that is why sufficient enamel is necessary.

You do not clench or grind your teeth. Although porcelain is a strong material, it is brittle. It can easily get chips or cracks force from grinding your teeth. If you have a habit of chewing on hard materials such as ice, or your nails, you cannot be a candidate for veneers as you can easily damage it. Your habits are also harmful to your dental health.

You have excellent oral hygiene. Since veneers are placed over your teeth, you must maintain excellent oral hygiene to make sure the veneers can last for years.

The only way you’ll know if you are the right candidate for this treatment is to ask your dentist to assess your case.

 

how long do Veneers last?
Dental veneers can last for 10 to 26 years, and this depends on how you are taking care of them. Although it won’t last for more than 26 years, you can significantly shorten its lifespan if you do not take good care of it. Avoid eating hard foods as much as possible so you won’t damage the veneers.

Getting dental can cost some amount of money, so you need to make sure to make it last as long as possible to get your money’s worth. Here are some things you can do to increase its lifespan.

Do not use it as tools. You cannot use your teeth to work like scissors or bottle openers. When you attempt to use it as tools, it will easily break or chip the veneers.

Do not grind your teeth. If you have a bad habit of clenching or grinding your teeth, it can decrease the lifespan of the veneers. You can fix it by wearing night guards at night.

Wear mouthguards when playing contact sports. If you play contact sports such as basketball or volleyball, make sure to wear a mouthguard. Any direct impact to the face can chip or crack the veneers and mouthguards can absorb the impact. Learn Dental Veneers in Texas

Dental Veneers Cost The Colony

The cost of dental veneers depends on the patient’s condition, a number of teeth needing the treatment, type of veneers, and what kind of materials your veneer will be. There are also other costs associated with the procedure such as other treatments needed and the additional services required.

If you are spending money on this treatment, make sure that you are getting it from an experienced cosmetic dentist who has good reviews, and can offer a variety of financing options that suit your needs. It also needs to be close to your home or office so that your appointments won’t be inconvenient.  Read About Us.

 

How much do Veneers Cost in The Colony, Texas?

Cost for dental veneers is estimated to range from $250 to $2,500 per tooth; depending on the type of material you select. In The Colony, Texas porcelain veneers typically cost between $925 – $2,500 for a tooth. Composite/Resin veneers cost vary between $250 and $1,500 per tooth.

Dental insurance typically does not help pay for Veneers as they are considered a Cosmetic procedure. Porcelain veneers last 10-15 years and Composite veneers last 5-7 years according to Consumer Guide to Dentistry.

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Dental Veneers FAQ The Colony

 

The Colony, Are veneers permanent?

Veneers are not a permanent, maintenance-free solution to your teeth as it needs to get replaced every 10 to 15 years.

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The Colony, Do veneers ruin your teeth?

No. Veneers do not ruin or hurt your teeth. The material used to bond the veneers to the teeth is not toxic.

The Colony, Do teeth rot under veneers?

Ideally, with regular oral hygiene such as brushing and flossing the teeth, the teeth under the veneers will remain strong and healthy. If you don't care of your oral health, you'll be at risk damaging the tooth under the veneer. For example, if you neglect to brush your teeth, the bacteria will build-up, which causes plaque and tartar that can attach the teeth and veneer edges.

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The Colony, What can't you eat with veneers?

To increase the lifespan of your permanent dental veneers, we recommend to avoid doing the following:

- Sticky candies
- Chewing ice
- Hard foods that can chip the veneer such as nuts and pretzels.
- Excessive alcohol consumption which can compromise the bonding material
- Food and beverages that could stain the teeth.
- Acidic foods that can erode the teeth.

The Colony, Are veneers painful?

No. Dental veneers is a pain-free treatment. You'll be administered with a local anesthetic or any form of sedation before the procedure. When the anesthesia wears off, most patients report experiencing little to no pain. If there is tooth sensitivity, the pain will go away in a few days.