Porcelain Veneers in Orlando, FL

Stains, chips, gaps and cracks can make you pause before you smile. Porcelain veneers can mask dental flaws affecting your front teeth.

At Hunter’s Creek Dental Center, our dentists with one or two custom veneers can deliver a powerful smile upgrade that will mask cosmetic flaws in as little as two dental appointments.

Learn why so many patients from Orlando, FL, come to our cosmetic dentists for this advanced solution. 

What Can Porcelain Veneers Treat? A VERSATILE SOLUTION

Porcelain veneers placed by Dr. Khan are thin shells that cover the front-facing part of teeth. Dental veneers are semitranslucent shells that are tooth-colored which can treat many kinds of cosmetic issues that are influencing your smile. 

A women with Dental Discoloration tooth

Discolored & Stains

Veneers will hide dental stains, leaving your teeth spotless. Typically, stained or discolored teeth will not change with teeth whitening. 

fix chipped teeth in Orlando, fl

Cracks and Chips

When dealing with the front teeth, minor fractures can really be noticed. Dental veneers can hide the cracks and chips.  

Women with Gapped teeth

Gapped Teeth

If you have gaps in the front of your teeth, this may disrupt your smile. Dr. Khan can conceal the gap permanently, with one or two veneers

Man with Misaligned teeth

Crooked Teeth

Dental veneers can be an alternative to braces if you have slightly crooked teeth. Veneers can beautifully align your smile and act like instant orthodontics. 

Minor Crowding teeth

Minor Crowding

Minor crowding, a jutted tooth, or a twisted tooth can make your teeth appear crooked. Veneers can address minor misalignments.

What are the Benefits of Veneers?

REALISTIC RESULTS, INSTANT SYMMETRY

Porcelain veneers are a fast and effective method of restoring your teeth. Veneers can be placed in just one office visit and can last 5-10 years with proper care and good oral hygiene. Since each set of veneers are custom-made, it’s nearly impossible to tell the difference between the veneers and your natural teeth. Other benefits include:

 

 

  • Resistance to stains made by coffee, tea, and tobacco
  • Versatility 
  • Renewed confidence
  • Makes even the darkest teeth appear
    bright white
  • Leaves your natural teeth largely intact

 

  • Immediate effects
  • Natural appearance and function
  • Durability
  • Long-term results
  • Short treatment timeline
  • Fixes minor twists, overlaps, or small gaps

GREAT REVIEWS FOR OUR DENTISTS IN ORLANDO, FL

Candidacy for Porcelain Veneers

HOW DO I KNOW IF PORCELAIN VENEERS ARE RIGHT FOR ME?

If your front teeth or multiple front teeth have minor cosmetic issues, dental veneers might be the right choice for you. Veneers candidates tend to have the following:

 

Oral Health Commitment

In order to prevent tooth decay and veneer damage. Patients must practice good aftercare. That means committing to proper oral hygiene and other practices. Dental veneer treatment results are exceptional, but you must practice healthy oral care.

Cosmetic Dental Problems

Healthy teeth are a must to be an ideal veneer candidate. In oder to place the dental veneer, a thin layer of enamel must be removed from the tooth. The veneer can then lay flush beside surrounding teeth. 

Healthy Tooth Structure

Candidates for veneers usually have cosmetic dental issues that effect one or multiple teeth.  Porcelain veneers are highly durable, however  they are not ideal for people who require restorative or general dentistry work, such as crowns, inlays, or onlays.

Porcelain veneers placed by Dr. Khan are thin shells that cover the front-facing part of teeth. Dental veneers are semitranslucent shells that are tooth-colored which can treat many kinds of cosmetic issues that are influencing your smile. 

Veneers Make A Difference See The Results

Before and after dental veneers

Getting Started

The first step in determining if porcelain veneers are right for you is to schedule a free consultation with the excellent team at Hunter’s Creek Dental Center. We will take the time to fully understand your cosmetic dental goals and complete a full smile analysis that takes into consideration the shade of your teeth, your facial features, and facial measurements.

Once you decide to go ahead with the veneers, the dentist will gently buff your teeth, removing 1 to 2 mm of enamel so the veneers will lie flat and in line with the surrounding teeth. We will take an impression of your mouth to send to the lab and then place temporary veneers to protect your teeth. In the lab, a talented ceramist will use the impression and the information supplied by the dentist to handcraft your dental veneers from the highest quality materials.

After Life of
Dental Veneers Treatment

A great benefit of porcelain veneers is you can enjoy them immediately. There is typically no down time and recovery is not needed. Once you leave our Orlando, FL office, you will be ready to show off your veneers immediately. Your smile can last over a decade with proper care.  

Does Dental Insurance Cover Veneers?

Since porcelain veneers are solely a cosmetic procedure, they won’t be covered. Dental insurance providers will not cover treatments that aren’t medically necessary. However, Hunter’s Creek Dental Center want to achieve life-changing, long-lasting benefits of veneers accessible to as many patients as possible.

They can still help you achieve amazing cosmetic results. We provide secure financing for your treatment through CareCredit®. They offer loans with manageable monthly payments and low interest. 

Porcelain Veneer After Care

Once our talented Drs. in Orlando, Fl, transform your smile cosmetically, their commitment will not end there. Dr. Khan will provide detailed instructions on how to maintain the function and look of your veneers for years to come. Here are some helpful tips to get you started:

Avoid Staining Drinks and Foods

Most porcelain veneers are stain resistant. However, they can still become discolored from frequent exposure to certain drinks and food. Marinara sauce, coffee, red wine are a few that can stain veneers with frequent use. It is not necessary to eliminate these substances from your diet. Just brush after consumption and monitor intake. 

Maintain Good Oral Hygiene

Good oral hygiene is the key to happy, healthy teeth. This is no different for teeth that are covered by porcelain veneers. Proper brushing and flossing will keep your veneers clean and eliminate cavity-causing bacteria that can interrupt your treatment. We also recommend using mouthwash to reach any tight spots that flossing cannot address.

Don't Bite Hard Surfaces

Even though we use highly durable porcelain materials, they are not indestructible. Actions to avoid to prevent damaging or chipping your veneers are the following. Avoid bitting your nails, chewing on ice, drinking straws, nibbling on pens and opening packages. 

Avoid Teeth Grinding

Grinding teeth can crack, chip and wear down your dental veneers. If you are a night time teeth grinder, our dentists can recommend oral appliances to alleviate adding excessive pressure on your porcelain veneers.  

Porcelain Veneer FAQ

Do porcelain veneers ruin teeth?

No, a tiny amount of tooth enamel is striped from the front of your tooth when prepping for a dental veneer. Usually, a half millimeter of enamel is removed, or sometimes less. Removing a fraction of a millimeter of enamel will not have significant affects on your oral health and structural integrity of your tooth. 

Will smoking affect my dental veneers?

Typically you can chew tobacco and smoke after dental veneers. However it is a bad idea. Tobacco products increase your risk of gum disease and discolor your natural teeth. Dental veneers is a convenient excuse to kick their smoking or chewing tobacco habit for good.

What should I do if a veneer comes loose or chips?

If a porcelain veneer gets dislodged or fractured, you should contact our Orlando, FL practice as soon as possible. Try to bring the broken fragment or dislodged veneer if possible. Our team at Hunter’s Creek Dental Center can evaluate the problem and determine the most effective treatment for this dental veneer problem.