Reshape Your Smile with Veneer

Your teeth naturally age and wear down over the years. From chewing foods to grinding your teeth at night and other daily habits, your teeth never get a break. Many people have crooked teeth, gaps in their teeth, stained teeth, or teeth that are shorter or longer than others due to genetics. With your cosmetic dentist in Dallas, there is hope! You do not have to live with a smile you are not proud of.

At Rick Miller, DDS, we have solutions to improve the appearance of your smile. Veneers are a great cosmetic option that can help cover up and eliminate many dental flaws. The veneers themselves are made from a thin shell that is durable and can withstand normal wear and tear. Each veneer is cemented onto your tooth to provide a new look.

The veneer will act as a coating of new enamel and hides stains, breaks, and gaps. In addition, veneer can improve the color of your smile as well. If you are ready to discuss your options for veneer, call Rick Miller, DDS today.

Types of Veneers We Offer

● Empress veneers: For almost 20 years, these affordable veneer have offered superior stain resistance and natural-looking smiles.

● e.max veneers: These thin veneer require little to no preparation, meaning less time at the dentist and less removal of your natural tooth.

● Lumineers: These popular veneers also require minimal tooth preparation and can be placed on your teeth in one visit.

● Porcelain: Traditional porcelain veneers are metal-free and provide excellent aesthetics in just a few dental visits.

At your consultation, Dr. Miller will go over the different veneer options with you and help you determine which ones will work best for you and your situation.

Your Dallas, TX Veneer Appointment

When you come into Rick Miller, DDS for your veneer consultation and appointment, we will begin by taking X-rays of your teeth and mouth. The clear, digital X-rays will help us determine if veneers are the right option for you. If we notice that you have any underlying conditions such as tooth decay or gum disease, we will need to treat those gum conditions first.

Once you are approved for dental veneers, Dr. Miller will begin by removing a minimal amount of enamel from your teeth to make way for the veneer. After the enamel is removed, he will take impressions of your mouth to ensure the correctly shaped veneers are made. The impressions are then sent off to a dental lab where the dental veneers are created. Once we receive the veneer, you will come back into our office, and Dr. Miller will cement the veneers into place.