Veneers – Edison, NJ
Conceal Multiple Dental Flaws in a Matter of Weeks
Between minor misalignment, noticeable chips, and pigmented stains, there are numerous reasons you may feel self-conscious about your smile. Fortunately, you don’t have to undergo years of back-to-back treatments to address dental imperfections like these. On the contrary, you can conceal multiple flaws in a matter of weeks with veneers! To learn more about this smile-enhancing service, you can read on or give our Edison dental team a call to schedule an appointment.
Why Choose Edison Prosthodontics for Veneers?
- Prosthodontist with 20+ Years of Experience
- 5-Star Dental Office on Google
- Flexible Financing Available with CareCredit
What Are Dental Veneers?
Veneers are one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments today, and for good reason! With these thin shells of porcelain (and other high-quality materials), Dr. Vrajesh Shah can improve the shade, shape, and size of your teeth. Most often, they are used to address minor misalignment, dental discoloration, noticeable chips, and misshapen teeth.
The Process of Getting Veneers
At your initial consultation, Dr. Shah will determine if veneers are the best treatment for you. If they are, then you will solidify the details of your treatment plan together, including the ideal shape and size of each veneer. Then, he will remove a sliver of enamel from each tooth that’s being treated and take impressions for the lab artisans who will craft your veneers. Typically, it takes about two to three weeks to make them, so we will adhere a temporary set to your teeth in the meantime.
Once your veneers arrive at our office, we will inspect them to ensure they are pristine. Then, we will schedule your next and final appointment. In addition to removing your temporary veneers and bonding your permanent ones in place, we will make any minor adjustments necessary. Then, the entire treatment process will be complete!
The Benefits of Veneers
Veneers are popular because:
- They address multiple dental imperfections simultaneously.
- The entire treatment process can be completed in two or three visits.
- They are easy to care for.
- They can last for 20+ years if you care for them properly.
- They can fix one imperfect tooth or completely transform your smile.
If you’re unhappy with your smile, don’t wait another day to schedule an appointment with us. Once your consultation is on the calendar, you’ll be a big step closer to a smile that you’re truly proud of!