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Veneers in Crossville

Crossville Dentistry offers various treatments for conditions like tooth discoloration, minor chips or cracks, and misalignment. When patients experience these issues, a conservative approach encourages less modification of teeth and beautiful results. In some cases, veneers are the best choice. A minimally invasive, thin, porcelain shell customized to fit the front of the affected tooth and produce a brighter, straighter set of teeth. 

Using porcelain to build our veneers allows for conditional shading and the production of a more natural look to your teeth. Our doctor has extensive experience in cosmetic dentistry and offers lab-quality veneers designed to be comfortable and enhance your smile for years to come.

The Procedure

Applying a veneer takes typically two visits to complete. Our practice is available to answer any questions you have about the process, during the procedure, our dentist performs:

  • Cleaning to eliminate tartar buildup and prepare the smile for veneers.
  • Matching the color to surrounding teeth. 
  • Impressions to produce customized measurements for accurate, comfortable results and fit.
  • Bonding to cement the veneer into place.
  • Perfecting  final adjustments
  • Checking the patient’s bite.
  • Follow-up Scheduled visits within weeks of applying the veneer. 

Even after your appointment has ended, our practice will always review your veneer every check-up and cleaning. We are dedicated to durable enhancements and long-lasting results!

Are Veneers Right for Me?

It is important to remember that not all patients will qualify to receive this cosmetic treatment. 
Veneers do not treat severe breaks or tooth decay. Our doctor works hard to be detailed during a consultation and provide options that are in your best interest.  

Will I Need to Replace My Veneer?

One of the most asked questions about dental veneers is about their longevity. Veneers withstand normal wear and tear and resilient against bacteria. Therefore, after years of a fuller, whiter smile, replacing a porcelain shell or progressing to a crown restoration is more practical than starting with a crown. 

Call Our Team at Knoxville Dental Center Today

We proudly offer top of the line restorative and cosmetic services across Cumberland County. Call now to set up your consultation and find out if dental veneers are right for you.