Have you been thinking about ways to improve your smile in Houston? Often, you may feel that your smile could use a bit of a facelift. Do you have misshaped, gapped, or chipped teeth? If the answer is yes, then perhaps dental veneers may be a great choice for you to finally get the smile you’ve always wanted. Dr. Arthur would love to meet you and determine whether dental veneers are the right choice to improve your smile.
Dental veneers are a simple and easy to improve your smile in Houston. A veneer is a fairly thin layer of porcelain that fits over the front of your teeth. This will help to improve the color or shape of a tooth that has been or chipped or stained beyond repair. The porcelain material is a great choice for veneers, as it is a resilient material. They provide your teeth with a very natural look while remaining quite stain resistant.
During the procedure, Dr. Arthur will remove a small amount of enamel from the existing tooth. This makes room for the veneer so that it will look more natural next to your other teeth.
A mold will be made, and color will be chosen to closely match the color of your teeth. After this, the impression is then sent a lab, where the veneer will be prepared. Once your veneers are made, Dr. Arthur will fit the veneers to your teeth and make any necessary adjustments. OASIS Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics offers different options of veneers to choose from, so be sure to ask our staff to see what they recommend for your smile.
At OASIS Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics, Dr. Tania Mendoza Arthur is committed to providing you with service that you’ll enjoy each time. We want you to leave our office with happy, healthy smiles. If you’ve been thinking about improving your smile, don’t hesitate to make an appointment today at a time convenient for you. Our Houston staff can’t wait to meet you!
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At this time, there are no restrictions placed upon our patients. Masking is optional.
Clinical employees and providers will continue to wear masks and personal protective equipment, as has been our industry standard for decades. Similarly, sanitation and infection control protocols continue to be implemented by our staff."