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Dental Veneers Hide Intrinsic Staining

Do you have internal dental stains? Teeth whitening might not be able to help but dental veneers can!

Those with external stains caused by smoking and eating certain foods can often benefit from getting professional teeth whitening from Veneers their Reno dentist Dr. George Zatarain. Unfortunately, those with internal stains won’t get the same results from our in-office whitening system. But this doesn’t mean you should lose heart. We have another non-invasive way to give you a whiter smile painlessly. Find out how dental veneers can help!

About Dental Veneers

Are you looking for a way to hide any of these dental issues?

  • Severe internal stains and discolorations
  • Cracks and chips
  • Oddly shaped teeth
  • Spaces between teeth
  • Overcrowding

If so, then you’ve come to the right place, because dental veneers can certainly help. These seriously thin porcelain shells may not look like much, but when they are applied to the front of your teeth they instantly hide any trace of those dental flaws. Plus, since veneers are translucent, they offer the same look as natural tooth enamel.

Dental veneers are an easy way to get the brighter and straighter smile you’ve always wanted.

Getting Dental Veneers

The procedure is fairly simple, and requires only minimal tooth prep. Before impressions are taken of your teeth, we will shave down a little bit of your enamel to make room for the added volume of the veneers. Impressions of your teeth will then be taken and sent to a lab, where they will make your veneers. The final visit will involve fitting and adjusting your new veneers to give you the perfect smile. Once you’ve approved your look, we will apply special resin to your teeth and the veneers, which we will then harden to your teeth using a dental laser. It’s that simple!

Think dental veneers could give you the smile you crave? Then you owe it to yourself to find out. Schedule a consultation with your Reno dentist at Z Dentistry today to learn more.

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