Chipped, cracked, or darkened teeth can lead to heightened tooth sensitivity. Sometimes uneven spacing can also lead to teeth discomfort. Dental veneers can provide relief and stability and restore your smile.
What Are No-Prep Veneers, and Why Is Porcelain Best?
Porcelain veneers in Burnaby Heights Dental Centre are wafer thin ceramic shells that adhere to the surfaces of front teeth. The advanced porcelain material closely matches the surrounding natural teeth. We choose porcelain veneers and Lumineers because they provide a far more natural-looking tooth surface than other veneers.
What Are the Benefits of Porcelain Veneers?
The application of dental veneers is a minimally invasive procedure. Since the porcelain shell is so thin, very little tooth preparation is needed. With such a small amount of the tooth structure being removed, there is no need for anesthesia.
- You and your dentist will work together to determine the shape and shade of your no-prep veneers. The result will be whiter, straighter teeth with more even spacing.
- Porcelain veneers reshape tooth surfaces to allow for a more comfortable bite.
- For patients with severe teeth sensitivity, dental veneers serve as a fresh layer of enamel. Veneers are a highly effective solution for those suffering from pain and discomfort due to hot/cold sensitivities.
Lumineers at Burnaby Heights Dental Centre
Lumineers are micro-thin no-prep veneers that can be attached to tooth surfaces minus any pain or invasive procedures. Unlike with traditional veneers, without drilling, injections, and discomfort. All you get is a beautifully restored smile.
At Burnaby Heights Dental Centre we have been installing Lumineers for over two decades. The process only requires two office visits to complete. The main benefit of Lumineers is their flexibility and convenience. Although Lumineers will not restore oral health, no-prep dental veneers are a great option for anyone who wants to improve the look of their smile. Contact us now for dental veneers near you! Book an appointment today!