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Dental Veneers

Our dentists in Ottawa may recommend dental veneers to repair cosmetic issues such as chips, misalignments, gaps or discolouration. 

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Dental Veneers, Ottawa Dentist

Creating Aesthetically Pleasing Smiles

Stained, discoloured or gapped teeth can make you shy away from smiling. Fortunately, cosmetic dental treatments, such as porcelain veneers, can help you gain the confidence to show off your pearly whites once again. 

Dental veneers are thin pieces of durable, tooth-shaped porcelain that are custom-made to match the shape and colour of your natural teeth.

They are designed to repair various aesthetic issues, including chipped, discoloured, misaligned, irregularly shaped, uneven, or fractured teeth. 

Caring for Your Veneers

With proper care, dental veneers can last for many years. Practicing proper dental hygiene, including daily brushing and flossing, can prolong the life of your veneers and help keep your mouth healthy.

What Happens During the Veneers Process?

You'll need to see your dentist three times to have porcelain veneers applied – once for the consultation and twice more so that the veneers can be created and placed. You can have veneers placed on one or many teeth at a time.

During the initial visit, your dentist will take X-rays to assist with your treatment planning. When you return for your second visit, your dentist will remove a layer of enamel from your tooth's surface and take impressions that will be used to create your custom veneers. A week or two after your second visit, you will have your final appointment, where the veneers will be bonded to your teeth.

Benefits of Veneers

Dental veneers offer many benefits. For example:

  • Veneers can be used to completely alter the appearance of your smile
  • They are designed to blend in with your natural teeth
  • Veneers are more resistant to stains compared to your natural teeth
  • Caring for your veneers is the same as caring for your own teeth
  • They can last for 10 or more years with proper care

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