Porcelain Veneers in Birmingham, MI
Enhance Your Smile
Veneers are thin shells that can be placed over the surface of teeth to cover cosmetic flaws. They’re made from durable, tooth-colored porcelain to ensure a stunning appearance and long-lasting results. Best of all, Dr. Saad will customize your veneers so they blend in seamlessly with your smile.
Discover Your Best smile
Veneers are a versatile treatment that can be used to disguise a wide variety of dental flaws. With the help of veneers, you’ll never need to hide your smile out of embarrassment ever again.
Instead, you can smile with unmatched confidence, knowing that your teeth will look attractive for many years to come.
Typically, we recommend veneers for correcting the following issues:
- Chipped or cracked teeth
- Stained or discolored teeth
- Crooked or misshapen teeth
- Gapped teeth
Our Veneers Process
Getting veneers is a quick and easy process that can be finished in just two short visits to our office.
During your first appointment, one of our experienced dentists will take detailed impressions of your teeth so your veneers can be customized to match their unique appearance. He’ll also gently buff the surface of your teeth to make sure the veneers will fit comfortably.
In most cases, it’ll take a couple of weeks for your veneers to arrive from our laboratory. Once they’re ready, you’ll return to our office so we can bond them to your teeth.
To ensure maximum strength and durability, we’ll use a strong dental resin that solidifies when it’s activated with a special light. Once your veneers are in place, you can enjoy all the benefits of a flawless smile.
Frequently Asked Questions
Veneers are a minimally-invasive, non-surgical procedure that should result in little to no pain. Prior to placing the veneers, our dentist will apply a local anesthetic so you won’t feel a thing during the procedure.
You may experience some mild discomfort at first, but this will typically fade within a few hours. Any pain that you do experience should be manageable with over-the-counter medications.
With proper care, veneers will usually last for five to fifteen years. If you maintain excellent oral hygiene and visit our practice every four months for checkups, they may last even longer. To help your veneers last, avoid habits that are bad for your teeth such as biting your fingernails or chewing ice cubes.
Veneers are an elective cosmetic procedure, so most insurance providers won’t cover them. However, you may be able to get a portion of your treatment cost covered in some cases. The amount of payment you receive will vary based on the terms of your plan. If you have any questions about your insurance, we’ll be happy to assist you.
If your veneer falls out or gets damaged, contact our office immediately. Try to avoid fixing it or reattaching it yourself. This could end up making the issue worse and set your treatment back significantly. Instead, try to keep the veneer clean and out of harm’s way. We’ll schedule you an appointment at your earliest convenience.
Veneers can be maintained just like natural teeth, with daily brushing and flossing. No special tools or cleaning solutions are necessary to keep them clean. As long as you keep up with your oral care at home and visit us for checkups every six months, your veneers should last for several years.
Yes! In many cases, we can use porcelain veneers to help crooked teeth appear straighter. This allows you to achieve a stunning smile without the need for braces or other aligners. If you’d like to correct the appearance of crooked teeth, schedule a consultation with one of our knowledgeable cosmetic dentists so they can determine if veneers are the best option for you.
Visit Saad Oral Health & Beauty For Porcelain Veneers
If you have any cosmetic flaws that are preventing you from smiling with confidence, porcelain veneers could be the solution you’ve been waiting for.
In just a matter of weeks, you can achieve a beautiful, radiant smile that will light up your surroundings wherever you go. Best of all, veneers are a pain-free treatment that doesn’t require any surgery.
Call our office in Birmingham, MI at 248-646-3515 and schedule your consultation today.