Are your teeth stained or discolored? Do you have embarrassing gaps between your teeth? Are some of them crooked or chipped?

Dental veneers may be the perfect solution for you. Most people won’t even realize that you had work done! Dr. Williams is a cosmetic dentistry expert, and he’s pleased to offer his services to the residents of Flagstaff, AZ and the surrounding areas. Click or call today to schedule your appointment at Northern Heights Dental!

Veneers Q & A

Why should I get dental veneers?

Dental veneers can take years off the clock and can completely transform your smile. People love looking at beautiful smiles, our brains are hardwired to view individuals with ideal smiles as more: friendly, trustworthy and intelligent. For better or worse we make hundreds of snapshot judgments every day based on people’s smiles. A great smile can be the key difference maker in whether you get that better job, or get that first date. A great smile makes a powerful impression.

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are cosmetic ceramic restorations that enhance the appearance of your smile and your teeth. Dental veneers will function just like your natural teeth, but can be designed in a variety of ways to create the naturally beautiful smile you’ve always wanted.

What kinds of cosmetic issues can be corrected with veneers?

Dental Veneers can correct: misshapen teeth, broken/chipped teeth, uneven teeth, tetracycline staining, lack of interdental papilla, and many other cosmetic issues.

How are dental veneers applied?

Thanks to advances in placement of dental veneers can require little-to-no cutting of the underlying tooth structure. Once the veneer is fabricated by a master ceramist dental technician it is bonded to the tooth. This seamless bond can only be broken by infection or trauma.

Do veneers require special care?

Yes and No. You will care for your dental veneers just like your natural teeth; brush and floss. However, you should not use your dental veneers to: bite your nails, open things or hold things (our teeth are not tools, if it’s not food it shouldn’t be between your teeth or your veneers).