Dalewood Dental - St. Thomas

Dental Veneers in St. Thomas

Achieve the dazzling, radiant smile you've always wanted with porcelain veneers, offering a fully customizable appearance that ensures long-lasting results.
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An Investment in a Lifetime of Confidence

Imagine having strong, natural-looking covers bonded to your teeth that look just like healthy, perfect teeth. That’s what porcelain veneers can do for you! They work wonders for fixing chipped, decayed, or stained teeth, transforming the shape of your teeth, and even closing those gaps.

If you’re dreaming of a complete smile makeover, dental veneers are your go-to option to achieve that stunning look you’ve always wanted.

Learn of the many ways we've enhanced the smiles and dental experiences of so many clients in the St. Thomas area.

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    Bring Out the Best of Your Smile with Veneers

    While there are many ways to enhance your smile, veneers offer a unique opportunity to completely transform and customize your look with just one procedure.

      Veneers are placed for a number of reasons, including:

      Complete Care: The Total Package for a Smile Overhaul. For a comprehensive smile transformation, dental veneers offer the perfect solution.

    • Closing gaps in the smile line
    • Correcting slight misalignment or crookedness in the teeth
    • Evening out the shape of teeth
    • Fixing unsightly chips
    • Combating sensitivity
    • Minimizing the appearance of a “gummy” smile
    • Achieving the desired shade of whiteness
    • Eliminating visible permanent stains in the enamel
    • Less Invasive: Preserving Your Natural Teeth
      Dental veneers provide a whiter, brighter smile that lasts much longer than regular teeth whitening. They can be perfectly matched to your natural teeth or give your smile an enhanced boost in whiteness and brightness.

      Less Invasive: Preserving Your Natural Teeth
      Modern dental veneers offer a less invasive alternative to crowns. This procedure requires minimal to no removal of tooth material before the veneers are permanently bonded to the teeth, helping to preserve more of the natural tooth structure.

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    A Happier, More Confident You

    Imagine no longer feeling self-conscious or avoiding social situations because of your teeth. When you choose veneers, you’re doing more than just improving your smile; you’re boosting your overall confidence and happiness.

    It’s a transformation that touches every part of your life. With veneers, you can confidently embrace every moment with a radiant smile, leaving insecurities behind.

      Let us help you achieve your dream smile, so you can confidently embrace life and proudly show off your smile in all kinds of situations:

    • Capturing memorable photos with friends or family
    • Shining as the centre of attention at your wedding, birthday party, or any celebration
    • Attending loved ones’ weddings, birthday parties, or other celebrations with confidence
    • Making a stellar first impression at job interviews
    • Enjoying a fantastic first date
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    Is Veneer the Best Option for Me?

    Wondering if veneers are right for you? Give us a call and schedule a consultation at our office. We’ll chat about your options and find the best way to help you achieve a gorgeous, healthy smile. Your smile is our top priority!

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    Getting Veneers Is Simple and Easy

    To get the best results, we might start with a quick treatment plan to ensure your gums are healthy and provide a solid foundation for your new veneers. Before we get started with veneers, we want to hear about your goals and why you want to improve your teeth. This helps us make sure veneers are the right choice for you, so you can achieve a beautiful, lasting smile!

    Preparing Your Teeth

    First, we’ll numb the area to make sure you’re comfortable. Then, we gently remove a thin layer of enamel from the front of your tooth, just a tiny bit to make room for the veneer. After that, we’ll take an impression of your prepared tooth along with its neighbours. This way, we can ensure your veneers will fit perfectly and blend seamlessly with your natural smile.

    Creation and Placement

    Here’s how it works: first, we’ll fit you with temporary veneers to keep you comfortable while your permanent veneers are being made. When the permanent veneers are ready, we’ll remove the temporary ones and carefully bond the custom-made veneers to your teeth. After some final adjustments and a quick polish, your new smile will be stunning and ready to shine.

    Caring for Your Veneers

    Taking proper care of your new veneers is essential to ensure they last a long time. Since your veneers will look and feel just like your natural teeth, you need to treat them the same way. To keep them clean and healthy, brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss daily. Regular dental visits for cleanings and checkups are also crucial. These visits help maintain the health of your veneers and catch any potential issues early. With the right care, your veneers can last ten years or more. Just follow these guidelines, and you’ll enjoy a beautiful smile for many years to come.

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    to schedule an initial consultation & exam.

    Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

    Cost of Dental Veneers in St. Thomas

    When it comes to the cost of dental veneers, it can vary quite a bit from person to person. If you have insurance, you might pay around $200 to $600 for a single veneer. Without insurance, the cost is generally higher, usually between $800 and $1200 or more per veneer.

    So, What Goes into Determining the Cost of Veneers?

      Several factors influence the cost of veneers, including:

    • The number of veneers you need
    • The amount of work required for preparation and placement
    • The type of veneers used
    • Your specific vision for your smile

    It’s important to remember that no dental practice can provide an accurate quote over the phone because your needs are as unique as your smile. To find out all your treatment options and receive an accurate quote, it’s essential to speak with a dentist and undergo an oral exam. If you have dental insurance, we are happy to supply you with a quote to submit to them, so you can determine your out-of-pocket costs before making a decision. This way, you have all the information you need to proceed with confidence.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Porcelain veneers, also known as “traditional” veneers, are incredibly durable and look just like your natural teeth. Since they’re made from porcelain, they’re stain-resistant, keeping your smile bright and beautiful for years.

    The number of veneers you need is entirely up to you. Some people choose to get veneers only on the teeth that are most visible when they smile. It all depends on your personal goals and preferences.

    Designed to be a permanent part of your smile, veneers require the same care as your natural teeth. You can expect your veneers to last between 10 to 15 years with regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups.

    Make sure to brush at least twice a day with a nonabrasive toothpaste, and try to avoid sugary or acidic foods and drinks, especially after brushing and before bedtime. Remember to schedule your routine cleaning and checkup every six months. Taking care of your veneers is just like caring for your natural teeth. Floss daily and rinse with an antiseptic mouthwash once or twice a day.

    While veneers are quite durable, it’s best to avoid biting into very hard foods like ice, hard candies, or nutshells, as these can damage the veneers. Additionally, reducing your intake of staining foods and beverages, such as coffee, tea, and red wine, can help maintain the brightness of your veneers.

    The veneer process typically takes two to three visits to complete. During the first visit, the dentist will prepare your teeth and take impressions. The second visit involves fitting and bonding the veneers to your teeth. Sometimes, a third visit may be necessary for final adjustments.

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