Veneers in Corona, CA

Veneers in Corona, CA

Versatile Smile Restoration

A picture-perfect smile is just a few appointments away. With porcelain veneers, Dr. Juan Martinez can completely restore your smile, your appearance, and your self-confidence. 

As an expert cosmetic dentist in Corona, Dr. Martinez will transform your teeth. You won’t have to hide your teeth when you speak, smile, laugh, or eat. Contact us now to schedule an appointment with your dentist in Corona and see if porcelain veneers are right for you.

What Are Porcelain Veneers?

Porcelain veneers are a cosmetic dentistry treatment. They are very thin shells made from a tooth-like porcelain material. They are designed to look just like your teeth, and they fit over the front surfaces of each tooth and cover them up. 

They look and feel completely natural, and they are also very strong and durable. This makes porcelain veneers an ideal option for long-lasting cosmetic treatment. They are also highly versatile, and can be used to treat a wide variety of cosmetic problems.

What Issues Can Veneers Address?

Discoloration

If you have serious tooth stains or discoloration, veneers may be the best way to restore your smile. Internal stains or extremely deep stains may not be treatable with teeth whitening alone. Since veneers completely up the fronts of your teeth, though, they’re ideal for treating deep stains.

Chips & minor Damage

Veneers are often used to treat minor chips in the teeth. However, they can only be used if the tooth is healthy and the chip is small. Deep chips or cracks in the teeth need to be treated with restorative dentistry, such as a dental crown.

mishapen & Uneven Teeth

You can cover up and reshape your smile with veneers. They are commonly used to correct uneven teeth and misshapen teeth. Attaching veneers to these teeth lets you get an even, natural-looking, and perfect smile.

Caring For Your New Porcelain Veneers

For the most part, you can treat your veneers like natural teeth. To keep your smile healthy, you should brush twice a day, floss once a day, and make sure you see Dr. Martinez every six months at Corona Smile Shoppe. 

You also should avoid chewing non-food objects with your teeth, like pens and pencils. Over time, this habit could damage your veneers. To keep them intact, you should also chew really hard foods like almonds and popcorn with your rear teeth, rather than your veneers.

Finally, you may want to get a night guard if you grind your teeth. Over time, teeth grinding can dislodge your veneers and damage your natural teeth, too. A night guard will protect your veneers and your smile from damage due to teeth grinding.