Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers in Orland Park

Whether you have severely discolored teeth or have multiple aesthetic issues in your smile, veneers are an excellent way to achieve the dream smile you have always wanted. Veneers are thin, durable shells made from porcelain or composite resin. They are carefully placed on the surfaces of teeth to make them appear as close to perfect as possible.

How do Dental Veneers Work?

When bonded to the surfaces of your natural teeth, veneers can provide you with a Hollywood-worthy smile almost instantly. With veneers, our dentists can help address everything from minor chips and cracks to severe tooth discoloration, misshapen teeth, and even mild forms of misalignment.

What is The Process of Getting Veneers?

patient matching teeth color for veneer treatmentAt your consultation, we discuss what you like about your current smile and what you wish to change. If veneers are right for you, our dentists work closely with you to create a treatment plan that is unique to you.

Veneer treatment takes two visits to complete. The first including a detailed consultation, a series of x-rays, and an oral exam, as well as prepping your teeth for veneer placement.

Next, we gently buff away the outer layer of your enamel, only removing about half of a millimeter. We take digital impressions of your smile, which are sent to a trusted lab, where skilled ceramists fabricate your veneers. In the meantime, we place temporary veneers to help protect your teeth.

Your second visit is when we place your permanent veneers. Once bonded into place, you can leave our office with your new, completely customized smile!

Veneers are very thin pieces of durable, tooth shaped porcelain that are custom made (for shape and color) by a professional dental laboratory.  They are bonded onto the front of teeth to create a beautiful and attractive smile.

Reasons for porcelain veneers:

  • Cosmetically, to create a uniform, white, beautiful smile.
  • Crooked teeth.
  • Misshapen teeth.
  • Severely discolored or stained teeth.
  • Teeth that are too small or large.
  • Unwanted or uneven spaces.
  • Worn or chipped teeth.


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