For patients who need to correct several cosmetic issues in one procedure, Dr. Antonio Oliviero offers daVinci porcelain veneers. Using high-quality materials and requiring strict standards for providers, daVinci veneers offer beautiful cosmetic restorations to help you smile with confidence.
Dr. Oliviero is one of the select few with the certification to apply daVinci veneers because of his extensive training and commitment to exceptional dental care.
Veneers Cover Multiple Cosmetic Issues
Stain resistant, durable, and less extensive than a crown, porcelain veneers cover only the front side of a tooth. The remaining structure of the tooth is left intact to ensure tooth strength and integrity. Veneers have been known to last for over ten years with proper dental care because they are constructed of a strong porcelain material that can withstand normal tooth function. Veneers are great for completing a smile makeover in as little as two office visits. Porcelain veneers cover imperfections such as crooked teeth, chips, gaps, misshapen teeth, jagged edges, small teeth, and discolorations.
The Quick and Easy Procedure for Porcelain Veneers
At your first office visit, Dr. Oliviero will discuss your goals for a smile makeover with you. After determining how to correct your specific smile imperfections, Dr. Olivier will prepare your teeth for veneers by removing a tiny portion of the enamel on the front of your teeth. A substance the consistency of putty will take an exact impression of your teeth to be made into a mold that will be used to construct your veneers. This ensures a perfect fit of the porcelain veneers to your teeth.
Your daVinci veneers will be custom fabricated in a dental lab using advanced techniques and quality materials. Once the veneers are ready, Dr. Oliviero can place them individually on each tooth at your second visit. Dr. Oliviero will shape each veneer to ensure the correct fit and bite alignment. After placement, the veneers will be polished, and you will be ready to show off your new smile immediately.