Porcelain Veneers in San Diego

Cover imperfections with porcelain veneers

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Benefits of porcelain veneers

At Origin Dental

Veneers can cover a wide array of imperfections, and they look and feel like your natural teeth.
Whether your teeth are chipped, gapped, yellowing, or misaligned, custom veneers fit over your teeth to give you a brand new smile.
The process for placing veneers is simple, non-invasive, and often only requires two dental appointments.
What is the veneer treatment process?

Once you have a consultation with Dr. Tran and you determine that veneers are the best option for you, your treatment will begin. Typically, the process of placing veneers only takes two appointments. First, Dr. Tran will clean your teeth and determine the correct shade of your custom veneers. A small amount of tooth enamel is then removed to make room for your veneers, and an impression will be made to ensure that the veneers are the correct shape and size. Once your new veneers are ready, Dr. Tran will check them for color, shape and fit, and then permanently place them with a dental adhesive. You’ll leave our office with a brand new smile!

How do I care for porcelain veneers?

Veneers can be treated just like your natural teeth. Brush at least twice a day, floss at least once a day, and your veneers can last decades. However, it is important that you avoid chewing hard objects, like pens and ice. Porcelain is stain-resistant, but it’s a good practice to brush after eating or drinking dark-colored foods in order to protect your natural teeth from discoloration and keep a uniform brightness to your smile.

How much do veneers cost?

The cost of porcelain veneers depends on how many you will need as well as how extensive the work will be for Dr. Tran to create and place them. We offer resources for all of our patients in order to keep your dental care within your budget. Give us a call today to speak with our friendly team about payment options, accepted insurance, and third party financing.

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