Porcelain Dental Veneers in Pipe Creek, TX

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One quick method to improve your smile and hide chipped, crooked, decayed, or stained teeth is with porcelain veneers at Pipe Creek Dental Center. Dental veneers are thin covers made out of porcelain that bond to the front of your teeth to enhance the overall look of your smile. Offering customized veneers and minimal prep, Dr. Carolyn Walker will aid in improving the size, color, shape, or length of your teeth. Make a consultation at our Pipe Creek, TX office to learn more about porcelain veneers and decide if they are right for your needs.

Porcelain veneers offer our patients at Pipe Creek Dental Center a number of incredible benefits, such as:

  • Protection against future discoloration
  • Require less enamel removal than other prosthetics
  • Low maintenance option with minimal upkeep
  • Increased overall confidence in your smile and appearance

Once we've helped you develop a treatment plan, we'll take impressions of your teeth. Your porcelain veneers might be produced in our office while you wait or in a dental laboratory with high-quality porcelain. When your veneers are ready, we will take off a small amount of enamel from your teeth. This makes space for the veneers and enhances their bond to your teeth for a longer-lasting result. When your veneers are set, we can make small adjustments so they're comfortable.

Getting veneers usually doesn't require anesthesia so you should be able to go back to your normal routine after your appointment. You might experience temporary sensitivity to cold and hot meals for a couple of days. Your veneers should be cleaned just like your real teeth with frequent brushing and flossing. While veneers are more resistant to stains than natural teeth, avoid staining foods and drinks to keep your smile white. To prevent chipping, avoid chewing hard objects. Continue with regular exams and cleanings at Pipe Creek Dental Center so we can monitor the condition of your veneers, natural teeth, and general oral health. We will let you know if your veneers need to be replaced or repaired.

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The employees are very friendly, and professional. They are happy to explain things, so you can understand what they’re talking about. The dentist was nice, and paid attention to what I was saying to her. Thank you for getting me in so quickly, especially since I’m a new patient, same day service. Y’all Rock!!

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I had the best experience while I was In the chair, I was so scared to get an injection shot but I honestly didn't feel a thing, it was unbelievable and It was great, made it so much easier for me.

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Both doctors are exceptional. Y’all won’t regret coming here! Can’t miss us, we have a giant tooth out front 😋

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Dr. Walker worked with my school schedule and was able to see me as soon as possible. Dr. Walker and the staff made me feel at home before and after my procedure. As a former patient of Dr. Lyman I am happy to know Pipe Creek Dental is still so warm and inviting. Thanks again to Dr. Walker, Tori and staff for taking care of me! ❤️😊

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Enjoy the confidence of a beautiful smile with customized porcelain veneers at Pipe Creek Dental Center. With a variety of options to fit your needs, our team in Pipe Creek, TX will help you quickly enhance the look of your smile with porcelain veneers. Schedule an appointment to learn more today!

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How should I clean my porcelain veneers?
Like your organic teeth, you can use a soft-bristled toothbrush and toothpaste to clean your veneers on a daily basis. You may also use mouthwash, floss, or a water pick to give a deeper clean that also targets your gumline. Beware of brushing too much or using harsh chemicals, like whitening agents, without first consulting your dentist.
Will getting porcelain veneers ruin your teeth?
In general, getting porcelain veneers from a skilled practitioner, such as ours at Pipe Creek Dental Center, should not harm your teeth. The potential for damage occurs when the veneers are not applied properly. In these cases, the dentist may remove too much enamel, weakening your teeth and making them more susceptible to breakage and damage.
How long will porcelain veneers last?
If properly applied and maintained, your porcelain veneers should last anywhere from 10 — 15 years. We recommend keeping on top of your daily oral hygiene routine, like flossing and brushing, to help extend your veneers' lifetime. In addition, avoiding hard, sticky, or chewy foods will be a best practice to keep in mind for your new teeth.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.