Say goodbye to your self-conscious smile. Get ready to welcome a brand new, gorgeous smile with our Beverly Hills porcelain veneers. Dr. Eddie Siman understands the importance of preserving natural tooth structures and is an expert TMJ specialist who can help you achieve your dream smile! You no longer have to be stuck with a smile that doesn’t make you feel confident.
Restore confidence in your smile
Porcelain veneers are a great solution for those looking to enhance the aesthetic of their smile. Dr. Eddie Siman offers an array of Beverly Hills cosmetic dentistry services, including porcelain veneers that can give you the beautiful and natural-looking smile you’ve always wanted.
Porcelain veneers are remarkable, custom-crafted shells of tooth-colored material designed to cover the front surface of teeth for a beautiful enhancement. These ultra-thin covers can improve the aesthetics of chipped, discolored, or misaligned teeth in no time and provide an incredibly natural-looking solution that boosts your smile and your confidence. Once applied, they will be bonded to the front surface of your tooth so you can enjoy your new smile for years.
The advantages of porcelain veneers include their durability and longevity; they can last up to 10 years with proper care and maintenance. Additionally, they provide an aesthetically pleasing result that looks natural and blends in with your existing teeth.
If you are in need of a dental solution for chips, cracks, or discoloration, these thin shells made from tooth-colored material crafted specifically to fit your front teeth could be the answer.
If you’re considering porcelain veneers, it’s important to understand that there may be certain eligibility requirements. Generally speaking, anyone who is in good overall health and has healthy gums and teeth is a candidate for porcelain veneers. However, some factors, such as age and allergies, may disqualify you from treatment. If you'd like to find out if you'd be a good candidate for porcelain veneers Beverly Hills dentists at TMJ Expert can address that and any other questions you have during a consultation. Call us today!
Here is a list of some of the concerns that can be addressed with porcelain veneers:
If you’re considering porcelain dental veneers, the first step is to consult with your dentist.
During the consultation, your dentist will examine your teeth and discuss your desired outcome. They may also take x-rays or impressions of your teeth to determine if veneers are the right option for you.
Before getting porcelain veneers, you should know the risks and benefits of this procedure. Your dentist will explain these in detail during the consultation. Additionally, they will provide instructions on how to prepare for the treatment, such as avoiding certain foods or beverages that could stain or damage the veneers.
Your dentist may also suggest a few other treatments that can improve the appearance of your teeth before getting porcelain veneers. These treatments may include whitening, bonding, or reshaping existing teeth to create a more uniform look.
Once the veneers have been created, you will return for a second appointment where your dentist will numb the area around each tooth before carefully removing a small amount of enamel from each tooth to make room for the new veneer. Once this is done, they will apply a special adhesive to each tooth and place the veneer on top before using a special light to harden it in place. Finally, they may make minor adjustments before sending you home with instructions on how to care for your new smile.
Overall, the entire porcelain veneer procedure typically takes two appointments over several weeks and should not cause any pain or discomfort thanks to the numbing agents used during treatment.
After getting porcelain veneers, it is important to take the necessary steps to ensure a successful recovery. Depending on the extent of your treatment, you may need to plan for some downtime as your mouth adjusts to the new veneers. It is essential to follow all post-treatment instructions to ensure that your veneers last for many years.
When caring for your new veneers, you should treat them just like your natural teeth. This means brushing twice daily with fluoride toothpaste and flossing once a day. Additionally, you should avoid eating hard or sticky foods that could damage the veneer and use non-abrasive toothpaste when brushing. You should also visit your dentist regularly for checkups and cleanings.
If you’re considering porcelain veneers, the first step is to consult with your dentist.
Dr. Eddie Siman is a premier TMJ and Sleep Apnea expert in Los Angeles and Orange County with over three decades of experience. He has been studying with world-renowned experts in the field for many years. Dr. Siman is adamant about preserving natural tooth structures and incorporates this into every procedure he does.
Porcelain veneers feel just like your natural teeth. After the procedure, you may experience slight discomfort or sensitivity as your mouth adjusts.
The main risk associated with porcelain veneers is that the bond between the tooth and veneer may weaken over time, leading to cracking, chipping, or discoloration of the veneer. Scheduling regular checkups with your dentist will ensure any problems can be handled swiftly.
Porcelain veneers can be an enduring solution, but their longevity is dependent on proper care and maintenance. With proper care, these dental treatments have the potential to last up to 10-12 years.
The cost of porcelain veneers can fluctuate depending on how many teeth are being treated, what type of materials are used, and other variables.
Dr. Eddie Siman has over 35 years of experience and is a premier TMJ and Sleep Apnea expert in Los Angeles and Orange County. Many come to Dr. Eddie Siman with severe tinnitus, migraine problems, and sleep apnea with no relief in sight. Little do these patients know that their painful symptoms are tied to the Temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Think outside the box and pay a simple visit to Dr. Siman today so you can finally find the source of all your pain and get rid of it once and for all.
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