Dental veneers are custom sculpted ultra-thin shells made of porcelain or composite resin material, providing you with a more attractive look. Veneers are very durable and have a natural look and feel. In fact, you would find it difficult to detect a veneer when placed next to a natural tooth. The high-quality porcelain material used to make veneers provides a strong foundation to make the veneers a permanent solution. Unlike your natural teeth, porcelain veneers can resist stains from food and drink you may enjoy every day.
With advanced dental technology Drs. Green and Gregson will digitally scan your tooth and match the veneer with the natural color of your other teeth. You will leave our dentist office with a bright white smile.
Conceal Imperfections with
Many patients suffer from cosmetic dental imperfections that cause them to feel self-conscious about their smile. Whether chips, small gaps, tooth discoloration, misalignment, or other imperfections make you hesitant to share your smile, at Green Gregson Family Dentistry our experienced dentists have a solution. We offer customized porcelain veneers in Metairie, LA, to conceal cosmetic concerns and provide a more even smile for a refined and enhanced look that you are proud to share.
Form many patients dental veneers are used to fix minor problems, such as:
- worn tooth enamel
- uneven teeth
- chips and minor cracks
- small gaps between two teeth
- minor crowding of teeth
- tooth discoloration
What Are Porcelain Veneers?
Veneers are thin, medical-grade porcelain shells, designed to replicate the appearance of dental enamel. These restorations are placed on the front surface of teeth to conceal minor flaws. The lifelike porcelain can cover damage or staining, as well as lengthen or enhance the shape of teeth. Veneers can also hide minor misalignment for a straighter smile.
We offer both traditional and minimal-prep veneers. The minimal-prep option can provide significant enhancement while preserving more of your natural tooth structure. The right option for you will depend on your unique concerns and oral health. Our team can meet with you to help you decide the best treatment options for your smile.