Veneers refer to thin layers of tooth-colored material bonded to the front surface of discolored or damaged teeth to correct the problem. Porcelain veneers in Ocala are one of the most common types of veneers recommended for patients. They offer incredible cosmetic appearance that gives your teeth the natural luster and translucence of a healthy smile.

Porcelain veneers are fabricated from lithium disilicate glass ceramic that is known for its beauty and superior strength even when cut in very thin slices. The translucency, opalescence, and light diffusion properties of the glass ceramic are masterfully adjusted to replicate the structure of your natural tooth, so the restoration is unnoticeable.

How Porcelain veneers are fitted?

Adults with crooked, misshaped, or misaligned teeth, as well as those with chipped teeth, inconsistent gaps between teeth, or stained teeth can consider porcelain veneers to improve their smile.

On your first dental visit, the dentist will evaluate your bite, tooth structure, and facial features to determine whether veneers are appropriate for your case. Your dentist will then design custom eMax porcelain veneers for your teeth, giving you the option to “try your new smile” and see how the outcome will be once the veneers are fitted.

At this point, you can choose to change the shade, size, or shape of your teeth to transform your smile. If your teeth are not evenly stained, the dentist may use multiple layers of veneers for the severely stained teeth to create a uniform look.

When you are happy with your new smile, the design will be sent to a laboratory so your bespoke eMax veneers can be casted. In 1-2 weeks, you should return to the dentist for the veneers to be bonded to your teeth using dental resin cement.

Discuss Your Options With Our Dentist

Our dentist will gladly help you decide if porcelain veneers is best recommended based on your needs and budget. For more information on porcelain veneers, please call our office at 352.620.0093 and we will happily explain everything you need to know.