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Veneers – Watertown, MA

A Fast and Long-Lasting Smile Makeover

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Your smile is one of the first things other people notice about you, so it is natural to want your teeth to look their best. If they have noticeable aesthetic imperfections, however, you might be looking for ways to improve their appearance. We invite you to visit us for a cosmetic dentistry consultation. We might recommend that you invest in veneers in Watertown. This treatment can disguise flaws in teeth and provide you with natural-looking results that last for many years.

Why Choose All Dental for Veneers?

What Are Dental Veneers?

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Veneers are thin pieces of dental-grade porcelain that we permanently attach to the fronts of teeth in order to hide flaws. They are incredibly durable and natural-looking. Their nonporous nature even makes them highly resistant to stains. Veneers are always custom-made for a patient’s unique smile. Some people get veneers only for their top teeth, but they can be applied to the bottom teeth as well.

A few of the issues that veneers are commonly used to address include:

The Process of Getting Veneers

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The process starts with a consultation. Your cosmetic dentist in Watertown will examine your smile and learn about your goals for treatment. Be as specific as possible when you are expressing what you want for your new look. You can even bring in photos of celebrities whose smiles you like.

Once you agree to move forward with treatment, our team will prepare your teeth by removing a sliver of enamel. Then, a dental laboratory will use impressions of your teeth and detailed guidance from your dentist to fabricate your permanent veneers. In the meantime, you will wear temporary veneers. Once your permanent ones are ready, we will bond them to your teeth.

The Benefits of Veneers

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Some of the most outstanding benefits of veneers include:

Understanding the Cost of Veneers

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Generally speaking, the cost of veneers in Watertown is higher than that of other cosmetic services. However, it is important to consider what you are getting for the price. Veneers are a premium treatment that has the potential to give you many years of confident smiles! Of course, they are not right for everyone. Our team will be happy to help you compare them with other aesthetic services so you can settle on the one that best fits your preferences and budget.

Cost vs. Cosmetic Dentistry: What Should I Choose?

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As a cosmetic dentist in Watertown, we offer several different services that can enhance our patients’ smiles. Here is an overview of some popular options, along with generalized notes about their prices:

How to Make Veneers Affordable

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Veneers are usually considered to be a purely elective treatment, meaning that the vast majority of insurance policies do not cover them. However, there are some other provisions that may make it easier for you to afford them:

Are you ready to learn more about veneers, their cost, and how you may be able to fit them into your budget? Our team is ready to answer your questions. Contact us today to schedule a personal cosmetic consultation.

Veneer FAQs

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Veneers are a transformative cosmetic treatment. When you are ready to talk to our team about how they might be able to improve your smile, we will be more than eager to serve as your guide. In the meantime, though, you may want to gather more information about the road ahead. To assist you, we have put together the following list of FAQs about this treatment, along with brief, to-the-point answers.

Are Veneers Permanent?

Veneers are considered to be a permanent treatment because after your teeth get modified to support them, you will always need some sort of restoration to protect your sensitive dentition. This is because part of the preparation process for veneers involves removing a bit of enamel from your teeth, which will never grow back.

However, you should not expect your veneers to last forever. With proper care, a set may last for 10 – 15 years or longer before they need to be replaced.

Is There Anything I Cannot Eat with Veneers?

Once your permanent veneers are in place, you should be able to enjoy virtually any food. However, it would be wise to limit your intake of extremely hard or sticky items. It would also be smart to cut back on highly pigmented foods and beverages, such as coffee and red wine. Your efforts will help your veneers to look their best for as long as possible.

With temporary veneers, extra caution is in order because they tend to be more fragile than their permanent counterparts. They could get pulled off your teeth by sticky foods, or they could break if you bite down on ice, raw vegetables, or other hard items.

Can You Whiten Veneers?

Typical teeth whitening products, even professional-grade ones, do not have any effect on veneers. If you want to brighten your smile, you should undergo whitening before you get veneers, so your new restorations can be shade-matched to your freshly whitened grin.

If your veneers ever become dull or yellow-looking, talk to your cosmetic dentist about your options. It might be possible to buff our some of the surface stains. However, it is also possible that the veneers will need to be replaced altogether.

Is It Painful to Get Veneers?

Your mouth will be numbed during any part of the treatment process that would otherwise cause discomfort. For example, you should not feel anything when your teeth are being prepared or when your veneers are being attached.

After your veneers are secured onto your teeth, you might notice an increase in sensitivity. However, that should be temporary.

It is also possible that you will notice some post-treatment soreness in your gums and jaw. This is more common among patients who have multiple veneers placed (as opposed to patients who opt for just one or two veneers).

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