Dental veneers from Sunridge Dental Clinic are an ideal restoration for those with crooked, chipped, stained or misshapen front teeth.

Even minor flaws in the front teeth can spoil your smile and leave you feeling self-conscious. Our trained dentists near you can correct spaces, uneven or worn down front teeth by placing dental veneers.

What Is Involved Getting Veneers?

Dental veneers involve a multiple-step procedure. The first step involves booking a dental appointment with one of our trained dentists in Calgary, AB. Our dentists will remove a small amount of tooth structure so that the veneer doesn’t feel bulky when placed on the tooth. If you experience heightened sensitivity, we will use local anesthesia to numb the tooth. The dentist will then place a temporary veneer on the tooth surface. Once the permanent porcelain veneers are ready, we will remove the temporary veneer and replace it with the permanent one.

Composite Resin Bonding versus Porcelain Veneers

One appointment is enough to place composite resin bonding. Our dentists will bond the resin over the tooth surface and harden it with a special light. Porcelain veneers require 2 appointments, we will first make an impression of the tooth and send it to an off-site lab. The dentist will place the porcelain veneers during the next appointment.

Porcelain veneers near you are aesthetic, durable and more resistant to chipping than resin veneers. Composite resin can be applied, repaired or replaced easily compared to porcelain veneers in Calgary, AB. However, they are weaker and more prone to damage.

Are You Eligible for Dental Veneers?

Veneers can improve the appearance of your teeth with a minimally invasive procedure. They are an excellent solution for patients with chipped, cracked, stained or misshapen front teeth. However, if you suffer from extensive decay or gum disease, you may to first get your teeth evaluated at Sunridge Dental Clinic.

Our dentists will first treat the problems before placing a veneer on the tooth. Please keep in mind that a veneered tooth may still be susceptible to decay underneath.

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