Chips, cracks, and stains can cause you to feel self-conscious about your smile and negatively impact your self-esteem.
The dentists at Smile Designer of Leesburg place porcelain veneers to mask a wide range of cosmetic imperfections.
Discover why so many patients of our Leesburg, VA, practice choose veneer treatment...
What Are Veneers?
Why should I choose Smile Designer of Leesburg for my veneer treatment?
Nationally Recognized Treatment by Dentists Who Care
Dr. Daniel Han and the team at Smile Designer of Leesburg can fully customize your treatment to help you achieve the beautiful, charismatic smile of your dreams. Dr. Han has been voted Top American Dentist three times, and has been profiled in many publications. If you are considering veneers or any other cosmetic dentistry treatment, doesn't your smile deserve a recognized leader in cosmetic dentistry?
We think so. We also believe in making this life-changing treatment accessible to those who can benefit from it. That's why we work with CareCredit® financing, which can provide an easy way to pay for your new smile in convenient monthly payments with little or no interest.
From simple whitening to comprehensive smile makeovers, we are uniquely qualified to help you achieve a dazzling smile. Get started with a consultation today. Contact us online or call our Leesburg, VA, office directly by calling:
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Are porcelain veneers right for me?
Determining Your Candidacy for Dental Veneers
Good Oral Health
Candidates must also be in good oral health. If you suffer from gum disease, damaged teeth, or a dental infection, these conditions must be resolved prior to cosmetic treatment.
During your consultation, the dentist will examine your tooth enamel to make sure there is enough of this tissue to support veneers. Since a small amount of enamel is removed in order to allow traditional veneers to lay flush with surrounding teeth, you will need a sufficient amount of enamel. We also have prepless veneers that may be an option for patients with less enamel.
TMJ and Teeth Grinding
Porcelain veneers are not recommended for every patient, including those who suffer from temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder or bruxism (teeth grinding). However, if you have these conditions and use a mouth guard, you may be able to protect your veneers from damage.
A Closer Look at Your Options Prepared vs. Prepless Veneers
These are usually only recommended for patients who need little to no alteration to their teeth in order to achieve natural-looking results. These are best suited for patients without misalignment and only minor aesthetic issues. Because they involve a much simpler procedure, they are easily reversible.
Prepared veneers require the removal of some dental enamel, usually equal to the thickness of an eggshell. This allows the veneer to lay flush with surrounding teeth. If your dentist determines that a prepress veneer would protrude, or if you need a thicker veneer to conceal certain imperfections, a traditional veneer may be the better choice.
What happens during treatment?
Placing Your Veneers
The dentist designs your custom veneer to precisely fit the tooth...
See the difference treatment can make...
Dazzling Enhancement & Natural-Looking Results
"Wonderful staff ... very comfortable atmosphere. And, of course, extremely professional Doctors and Staff. We have found a terrific Dental office!" Dan Thomsen