A quick way to improve your smile and hide chipped, crooked, decayed, or stained teeth is with dental veneers at Great Lakes Bay Dental. Dental veneers are light shells expertly crafted with pressed e.max ceramic that can be bonded to the front of your teeth to improve the overall look of your smile. Offering customized and minimal-prep veneers, experienced dentist Dr. Daniel Clement can help improve the color, size, shape, or length of your teeth. Schedule an appointment at our Midland, MI office to learn more about dental veneers and decide if they are right for your needs.
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Dental veneers can be used to quickly mask chips and stains on your enamel, improve misaligned or worn down teeth, and fix teeth that are poorly shaped or spaced. At Great Lakes Bay Dental, your veneers will be custom made to fit comfortably over your teeth for an attractive and natural look. At your consultation, Dr. Clement will listen to your goals and expectations so he can customize your treatment plan. Dr. Clement will also determine if you are a good candidate for dental veneers by checking your overall oral health. In order to qualify for the procedure, you should not show signs of periodontal disease or habitually clench your jaw and grind your teeth.
What To Expect
As soon as you have developed your unique treatment plan with Dr. Clement, he will take impressions of your teeth. Your customized veneers will be crafted with high-quality pressed e.max ceramic material, a methodology that he has expertly utilized for nearly a decade. When your dental veneers are ready, he will bond them to the front of your teeth. Once your veneers are bonded, Dr. Clement can make minor adjustments so that your veneers fit comfortably.
Since getting veneers normally does not require anesthesia, you should be able to continue your daily activities after your appointment. You may experience some sensitivity to hot and cold food for a few days, but this should subside naturally. Your veneers should be cleaned, like your natural teeth, with regular brushing and flossing. While dental veneers are more resistant to stains compared to your natural enamel, you should still avoid staining foods and drinks to keep your smile bright. To avoid harming your veneers, you should not chew on hard objects, such as ice or your fingernails. Continue to schedule your dental exams and cleanings at Great Lakes Bay Dental so we can monitor the condition of your veneers, teeth, gums, and overall oral health. Dr. Clement will let you know if your cosmetic veneers have to be repaired or replaced.
Veneers are a cosmetic procedure so they are usually not paid by dental insurance. Great Lakes Bay Dental does accept many payment methods, including medical financing, to make your treatment easier to afford. During your consultation, Dr. Clement will customize your treatment to fit your goals and budget. He will go over an estimate for your treatment and explain your payment options.
Get the confidence of a beautiful smile with customized cosmetic veneers at Great Lakes Bay Dental in Midland, MI. With an array of treatment options to satisfy your goals, experienced dentist Dr. Daniel Clement will help you effectively improve the overall look of your smile with dental veneers. To learn more, schedule a consultation with Dr. Clement.