Composite Dental Veneers
If you have a tooth that’s cracked, chipped, or looks uneven, dental veneers can help repair your tooth and give you the even smile of your dreams. Dental veneers are a great way to change the look of your teeth without having to undergo any intensive dental procedures.
At Sunset Dental in Piqua, OH, we offer Provance® Composite Veneers, an alternative to porcelain veneers that’s affordable and effective. Our veneers don’t require us to grind down your natural teeth in order to make them fit, so there’s no need for anesthetic. They’re also a fraction of the cost of porcelain veneers.
Benefits of Dental Veneers
Dental veneers produce a similar result as dental bonding, but there are some benefits to opting for dental veneers, such as:
- They can even out your smile and close gaps between teeth without the need for orthodontics.
- They can repair a broken or cracked tooth.
- They’re made of a strong, stain-resistant material.
- They can last for decades with proper care.
- They’re stronger than dental bonding and last for much longer.
Talk to your Piqua, OH dentist, Dr. Lytha Miller, DDS about whether composite veneers are right for your specific situation.
What to Expect with Our Dental Veneers
First, your dentist will determine the color and shape of the dental veneer that would match the rest of your teeth. After the veneer has been created, your dentist will seal the veneer to the front of your tooth.
Dental veneers can completely transform your smile without the need for expensive orthodontics or invasive procedures. If you have any questions about veneers or would like to make an appointment, call our Piqua, OH office at 937-773-8090 today!
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Dr. Lytha K. MillerDDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery)
I am passionate about dentistry and helping people achieve oral health. This is why I educate my patients about the connection between dental diseases and heart health, stroke, diabetes, and overall wellness.