We have an array of cosmetic treatments to help patients enjoy brighter and more attractive smiles. Many of them are designed to address one issue, such as teeth whitening, while some can actually correct a number of different concerns. With veneers, we can transform smiles by addressing multiple cosmetic issues.
Try Our Quiz on Smile Transformation with Veneers
- True or False: We can repair your tooth in just two visits.
- True or False: We have a minimal prep option.
- True or False: These restorations address multiple cosmetic concerns.
- True or False: Routine care can keep them bright and strong.
- True. Placing veneers begins with preparation. We first remove a thin layer of enamel to make room for the restoration. We then take detailed impressions of the teeth, which will be used to design and fabricate the restorations. Once compete, you will return for a follow up visit, in which we place the completed veneers.
- True. While traditional veneers require removing a small amount of enamel, we do have a no-prep alternative. We use a much thinner veneer, which allows us to place them without removing enamel.
- True. We can use them to mask teeth stains, including permanent discoloration. We can also repair damaged teeth, lengthen worn down teeth, and reshape malformed teeth. They can be placed to close gaps between teeth or even to correct the appearance of minor misalignment.
- True. You should continue to brush your teeth, veneers included, twice a day. You also need to floss each day before you go to bed. We also recommend seeing your dentist for routine dental cleanings, which remove plaque and help protect your new restorations from the risk of gingivitis, gum disease, or even tooth decay.
Ready to Try Veneers?
We can use thin shells or porcelain to transform your smile. You can schedule a restorative consultation with Dr. Fondriest by calling Lake Forest Dental Arts at (847) 234-0517. We welcome patients from the North Shore area of Chicago, including Winnetka, Highland Park, North Brook, Glenview, and the surrounding communities.