Enjoy a More Confident Smile with Porcelain Veneers from Dental Expressions

June 25, 2012

101475871In our last post, we talked about teeth whitening, one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry services featured at our Oklahoma City dental office. Today, we’d like to introduce you to another great cosmetic dentistry service. With it, we can do more than just help you combat embarrassing tooth stains. We can also hide cracks, chips, spacing issues, and even slight misalignment. We’re talking, of course, about porcelain veneers.

What Are Porcelain Veneers?

If you’ve never heard of them before, porcelain veneers are an extremely effective cosmetic dentistry service. Made from thin discs of durable porcelain, your veneers will be affixed to the front of your front teeth, hiding the flaws that have been keeping you from smiling.

The entire porcelain veneers process takes two to three visits to complete. During the first, your Oklahoma City cosmetic dentist will talk to you about what kinds of results you’d like to see. Then, after an oral exam, we can begin putting your personalized plan together. When designing porcelain veneers we consider your overall appearance, not just your smile. That means we take into account your skin tone, your facial features, and more, all to create exactly the kind of beautiful, natural-looking smile you’ve always dreamed of.

After your veneers have been handcrafted by a talented ceramist you’ll return to our Oklahoma City dental office to have your permanent veneers put in place. With your brand new, completed smile you can get back to your normal schedule feeling more confident about your teeth than you have for a long time.

Are You Ready to Transform Your Smile?

If you’re ready to start transforming your smile with porcelain veneers, Dr. Holman and Dr. Frazier are ready to help. Call Dental Expressions in Oklahoma City today to schedule your consultation visit. We serve patients from OKC, Moore, Norman, Midwest City, and beyond.


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