A solid investment in your confidence.
Porcelain veneers are custom-made covers that are bonded to your teeth. They look just like healthy teeth, and can be given a natural white color, or a “Hollywood” white, depending on your preference. They are often a solution to teeth that are stained, decayed, or chipped, and are used to reshape teeth and close gaps.
Veneers are a perfect solution for anyone who wants a 100% customized look of their smile, and for those who never knew they wanted a smile from ear to ear.
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Let veneers bring the best out of your smile.
Significant changes to your smile can be achieved through different procedures, however, veneers are the only treatment that allow a full customization of your smile. All in one session.
Here are some reasons people choose veneers:
Total control: Dental veneers can provide a complete solution for a total smile overhaul. They can help you to:
- Close gaps
- Correct slight misalignments
- Even out the teeth’s shape
- Fix hard to see chips
- Combat sensitivity
- Minimize a gummy smile’s appearance
- Achieve your desired shade of whiteness
- Eliminate permanent stains from your teeth’s enamel
Whitening that lasts longer: As mentioned above, your veneers’ level of whiteness can be chosen beforehand, whether you want a natural white, or a Hollywood white. Whichever white you choose – it will last longer than any regular tooth whitening.
Minimally invasive: Sometimes for veneers to be placed, some of your natural tooth must be filed. However, with modern veneers – very little material is filed, sometimes none at all. The procedure as a whole preserves more natural tooth, and is also less invasive compared to crowns.
Discover a different, happier you
There are countless stories from people who say they started smiling more, or attending more events after getting dental veneers. Veneers offer more than closing gaps or a Hollywood smile. Here’s what they allow you to do:
- Smile during picture time with friends and family
- Truly enjoy your own celebrations, like a birthday, wedding etc.
- Attend more of your friends’ celebrations
- Leave an excellent first impression at an interview
- Make the most out of a first date
We’ll work closely together to design a smile so mesmerizing – you’ll be digging for reasons to show it off!
How does the process go?
First, we’ll discuss about your goals and find out what results you want to achieve. Then we’ll analyze your teeth’s condition to make sure veneers are the best option for you. In some cases, we may recommend a different treatment, or a preparatory treatment before getting the veneers. This can be done to increase the success rate of your veneers, and avoid do-overs down the line.
If needed, we will remove a thin layer of enamel from your teeth to be able to fit in the veneer. The area will be numbed before we start working. Then, an impression of your prepared tooth, and the ones near-by will be taken to ensure a perfect fit of the veneers.
Placing the veneers
After the impression is taken, we’ll start creating the permanent veneers, and in the meantime, some temporary veneers will be placed. Afterwards we’ll remove the temporary veneers and place the permanent ones. Then we’ll give you a quick polish and some finishing touches, and you’re good to go!
Dental care with veneers
Once the procedure is complete, we’ll give you detailed instructions on how to care for, and increase the lifespan of your veneers. However, the crash course is that veneers look and feel like natural teeth. Caring for veneers is mostly the same as with natural teeth. You’d brush and floss your teeth twice a day, and regularly visit us for routine checkups and cleanings. Assuming proper care, your veneers could last ten years, or even more.
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to schedule an initial consultation & exam.
Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.
Our dental veneers are made with exacting precision just for you. With your new veneers, your teeth and your bite should feel completely comfortable and natural. In the unlikely event that your new veneer feels uncomfortable, we would be happy to make adjustments free of charge at your next exam. In the extremely rare event that your veneer cracks or fails during regular use we will repair or replace it at no additional cost to you.
Prices for veneers in Hamilton
Prices vary of course, from case to case. However, you can expect to pay approx. $200-600+ out of pocket with an insurance plan, and about $800-1200+ without insurance.
What will determine the price of your veneers?
- How many veneers you want to get.
- The work required to prepare and place the veneers
- The type of veneers
- And the results you want to achieve
Keep in mind, accurate quotes can’t be provided over the phone, less so on a website. You should consult with a dentist, and undergo an oral exam. Then you’ll be recommended the best treatment option for you, and you’ll get an accurate quote too. If you have insurance – you can submit our quote to them to find your out-of-pocket costs before making a decision.
Frequently Asked Questions
Often called traditional veneers, porcelain veneers are extremely durable veneers that look and feel like natural teeth. The porcelain also makes them stain-resistant.
With regular brushing, flossing and routine checkups – veneers can last up to 10-15 years.
Ultimately, you’ll be the one deciding how many to get. One option is to get veneers only for the front teeth, which are seen more often than molars.
Brush at least two times a day, and floss at least once. Use an antiseptic mouthwash one or two times a day. Avoid sugar and acidic foods or drinks after brushing, and before going to sleep. Remember to book your routine cleaning and checkup appointments every six months and that should do it!