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Veneers – Vero Beach, FL

Quickly Fix Many Cosmetic Dental Flaws

Many popular actors, newscasters, and politicians understand how vital having an attractive, maintained appearance is for audience approval. Being able to confidently look someone in the eye creates a powerful first impression, so people who work in a group setting regularly can appreciate the value of an incredible smile. For those with less-than-perfect teeth, it is reassuring to know there is a solution to quickly fix many cosmetic dental flaws. At Premier Dental, we are pleased to offer an effective treatment to restore your confident grin for 20 years or more in only two appointments with veneers in Vero Beach. Contact our team today to schedule a consultation!

Why Choose Premier Dental for Veneers?

What Are Dental Veneers?

Veneers are ultra-thin shells of porcelain that your dentist permanently attaches to the front of your teeth. They can disguise a wide range of flaws, including:



You can choose to get a single veneer to cover a particularly unattractive tooth or invest in an entire set of veneers to achieve a complete smile transformation.

The Process of Getting Veneers

The process to upgrade your smile with veneers is relatively simple. First, you sit down for a consultation with our cosmetic dentist in Vero Beach, who gets familiar with your dental needs and particular smile goals. Once you are deemed a viable candidate, they will remove a tiny amount of enamel, so your veneers have room to blend in perfectly with your current grin.

From there, they will take 3D images of your teeth that a trusted dental lab technician will use to create your custom veneers. The timeframe for this step is usually a few weeks, so we will provide you with temporary veneers to wear.

When we receive your permanent veneers from the lab, Dr. Jones will place them using exceptionally strong bonding cement. Further customization will be done as needed. Once the process is completed, you’ll have a sensational smile, and we’ll make sure you are informed about how to take great care of it!

The Benefits of Veneers

Why are veneers worth every penny? Because they are:

Understanding the Cost of Veneers

A patient calculating the cost of veneers

Even if you’d like veneers, you may hesitate due to their price. After all, a treatment only helps when you can afford it. Truthfully, though, the cost of veneers varies by patient; you must consult our dentists to get a precise estimate. Once the total expense is tallied, our team will work to make care affordable. We’ll even guide you through other cosmetic services and payment options. To learn more, continue reading or call us soon!

Cost vs. Cosmetic Dentistry: What’s Right for Me?

A happy woman who just received cosmetic dentistry

You can trust Premier Dental to give you top-tier veneers. Still, it’s best to pick the right cosmetic service for your needs. You’d thus be wise to review our office’s other choices as well. By doing so, you’re sure to get truly cost-effective care.

With that said, consider the cosmetic procedures below:

  • Cosmetic Dental Bonding – Cosmetic dental bonding covers smile flaws with tooth-colored resin. By applying the latter to teeth, it can hide minor tooth stains, cracks, chips, and more. While cheap and quick, though, bonding’s effects are short-lived; you’ll need a touchup every few years.
  • Teeth Whitening – Teeth whitening is a treatment that (per its name) brightens your smile. To do so, it uses a special gel to bleach your enamel and remove stains. Once done, the treatment often results in a smile that’s six to eight shades whiter. Note, however, that whitening is moderately priced and only affects tooth color.
  • Dental Crowns – Our office’s porcelain crowns both protect teeth and enhance their looks. Given their materials, they’re biocompatible and gentle on your mouth. Given these features, though, the caps can get pricey.
  • Porcelain Veneers – Porcelain veneers are thin, tooth-sized shells placed on the fronts of teeth. Once secured, they hide a smile’s chips, cracks, stains, and even misalignments. As such, they’re highly versatile and somewhat costly.
  • Smile Makeover – Rather than its own procedure, a smile makeover combines two or more of our other cosmetic services. Consequently, it’s the most expensive form of cosmetic dentistry.

How to Make Veneers Affordable

A woman paying the cost of veneers

Technically, dental insurance usually won’t cover veneers. Most policies view the shells as a “medically unnecessary” luxury. Of course, there are occasional exceptions; the rare policy will cover veneers if they protect a damaged area. So, remember to confirm your benefits before getting treatment. Our team can help you with that process if necessary.

Thankfully, dental insurance isn’t the only way to make veneers affordable. Many practices offer ways to make payment easier. For example, we at Premier Dental provide:

  • Dental Savings Plan – For a light annual fee, our office will give you (among other things) a 10% discount on veneer work.
  • Flexible Financing – As it happens, our practice works with CareCredit – a reputable third-party financier. Through them, you could pay for veneers with monthly low-interest installments. This process would let you gradually cover the full treatment cost.

Ultimately, Premier Dental wants your veneers to be pretty and budget-friendly. Therefore, book a consultation and learn more about financing them!

Veneers FAQs

A dentist placing a patient’s veneers

What Happens to the Teeth Under Veneers?

To be clear, getting veneers won’t harm your smile. Treatment doesn’t damage your oral health. That said, the veneer process will alter your teeth.

To place veneers, a dentist must remove bits of your enamel. Doing so lets the caps fit on your teeth properly. Without this removal, veneers wouldn’t blend with your smile or stay secure.

Luckily, removing the enamel won’t put you at risk. Your veneers will cover the affected teeth, so cavities won’t become more likely. However, you’ll still need to brush and floss regularly. The veneered areas might suffer tooth decay otherwise.

How Many Veneers Will I Need?

Veneers should make all your visible teeth match. Given this fact, you’ll receive the amount needed to accomplish that goal.

Depending on your situation, the number of veneers can vary. Many people get 6-8 for a pretty and symmetrical smile. In contrast, others require as many as 10 to 12 veneers. There are even cases where you only need a single veneer for a cracked or broken tooth.

To get a precise number, talk to your local dentist. They’ll know just how many veneers you need. After all, they can examine your mouth and assess your oral health.

Will I Still Be Able to Drink Coffee with Veneers?

Veneers should let you drink coffee as usual. In general, they don’t interfere with a few cups of java.

You see, veneers are made of stain-resistant porcelain. This material is nonporous and keeps dark-colored foods and drinks from slipping through. As such, coffee usually isn’t a threat to veneers. It often leaves the shells as bright as ever.

All that said, veneers aren’t stain-proof. Drinking too much coffee may discolor them over time. So, you should only have dark-colored drinks in moderation. That way, your veneers will last as long as possible.

Do Veneers Feel Like Real Teeth?

Veneers tend to feel like real teeth. In fact, many patients report that they feel completely natural. Most don’t even notice the shells when talking or eating.

Remember, veneers are customized for your smile. Lab workers craft them based on impressions of your teeth. As such, they won’t protrude uncomfortably or feel “off.”

At the same time, note that veneers use porcelain. Such material is very smooth and doesn’t irritate mouth tissues. Therefore, the shells shouldn’t feel unpleasant to your tongue or gums.

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