A misconception about Veneers

One misconception about veneers is that they require significant tooth preparation and removal of natural tooth enamel. However, with advances in dental technology, minimal-preparation veneers are now available, requiring little to no removal of natural tooth enamel.
Not only does the staff have many years of experience, but they also remain on the cutting edge of dental technology. Their expertise and experience allow them to help the most apprehensive patients feel relaxed. The whole Whittier Dental Center team cares for patients of all ages, always providing excellent results.

Get a Beautiful, Confident Smile with Dental Veneers

Are you self-conscious about your smile? Do you have discolored, chipped, or misaligned teeth that make you less confident? Whittier Dental Center offers dental veneers to help you achieve the perfect, bright, and beautiful smile you’ve always wanted!

Transform Your Smile with Customized Dental Veneers

Our dental veneers are customized to fit perfectly over your existing teeth, masking any imperfections and enhancing the overall appearance of your smile. We use only the highest quality materials to ensure a natural-looking and long-lasting result.

Expert Dental Professionals at Whittier Dental Center

Our team of dental professionals is highly experienced and skilled in dental veneer placement and restoration. We use the latest techniques and technology to ensure your veneer procedure is comfortable, efficient, and successful.

Say Goodbye to Stains, Cracks, and Gaps in Your Teeth

Dental veneers are an effective solution for a wide range of cosmetic dental issues, including stains, cracks, chips, and gaps in your teeth. Our veneers are customized to match the shape and color of your natural teeth, giving you a seamless and natural-looking smile.

Regain Your Confidence with Dental Veneers from Whittier Dental Center

Don’t wait any longer to achieve the beautiful and confident smile you deserve. Contact us today to learn more about our dental veneer services and schedule a consultation with our dental professionals.

FAQs About Veneers

Some Common Questions that are patients have had over the 30 years we have been serving the Los Angeles Community
How are Veneers Applied to Your Teeth?

Veneers typically require a two-step process. During your first appointment, the Whittier Dental Center team consults with you about your appearance goals. You also determine what shape, size, and color you want for your veneers. Before preparing your teeth for your veneers, you receive an anesthetic to numb the area if requested. Your dentist then shaves down a small amount of your tooth’s surface to allow the veneer to fit on top. Once your dentist shaves down the surface of your teeth, they take an impression of them and send them to a lab where dental technicians create your customized veneers. You wear temporary veneers until your permanent ones are ready. Your second visit involves removing your temporary veneer, cleaning your tooth’s surface, and applying your permanent veneer with a strong dental adhesive. Your new veneers match the neighboring teeth for a seamless appearance and a beautiful smile.

How Do I Care for Dental Veneer?

To take care of your veneers, treat them just like you do your natural teeth. Brush twice daily, floss at least once daily, and continue your regular teeth cleanings at Whittier Dental Center every six months. Don’t chew on ice or hard candy to avoid chipping or damaging your veneers. Avoid foods and beverages that can cause stainings, like berries, coffee, and red wine, to keep your veneers free from discoloration. Your veneers can last 10-15 years and, in many cases, even longer if you practice good oral hygiene. Call today or go online to book a consultation with Whittier Dental Center to find out if veneers are right for you.

What Are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells made of porcelain or composite resin placed over the teeth' front surface to improve their appearance. They are designed to mimic the natural look of teeth and can address various cosmetic dental issues, such as chipped, stained, or misaligned teeth. The process of getting veneers typically involves several steps. First, the dentist will prepare the teeth by removing a small amount of enamel to make room for the veneers. Then, they will take impressions of the teeth to create custom veneers that fit snugly over the teeth. The veneers are then bonded to the teeth using a unique dental adhesive. Veneers can be an excellent option for patients looking to improve the appearance of their teeth without undergoing more invasive procedures like crowns or orthodontic treatment. They are durable and long-lasting and can last for many years with proper care. However, they require a certain amount of healthy tooth structure for the veneers to be successfully placed, so not all patients may be good candidates for this treatment.

What Dental Veneers are Used For?

Dental veneers can be used to fix a variety of cosmetic dental issues, including: Discolored teeth: Teeth stained or discolored teeth can be improved with veneers designed to mimic teeth' natural color and clarity. Chipped or broken teeth: Teeth that are chipped or broken can be repaired with veneers, which cover the damaged area and restore the tooth's appearance. Gaps between teeth: Veneers can be used to close gaps between teeth, creating a more uniform and even smile. Misshapen or uneven teeth: Teeth that are misshapen or uneven can be improved with veneers, which can be custom-designed to create a more aesthetically pleasing appearance. Worn-down teeth: Teeth worn over time can be restored with veneers, adding length and improving the tooth's shape. Minor tooth misalignment: Teeth that are slightly misaligned can be improved with veneers, which can create the appearance of a straighter smile without the need for orthodontic treatment.

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Personalized care: Our dental professionals take the time to get to know each patient and develop a customized treatment plan tailored to their individual needs.