Are you embarrassed to smile because of imperfect teeth? Are chipped or stained teeth lowering your self-confidence?
Porcelain veneers can transform your smile. Grant Heller, DDS, offers high-quality veneers at his modern dental office in Victoria, TX.
If you are interested in upgrading your smile with dental veneers, contact our team today to schedule a consultation.
An Amazing Cosmetic Solution Why Patients Love Porcelain Veneers
Most patients only require two quick, uncomplicated appointments to receive porcelain veneers. Veneers involve minimal alteration of the natural tooth structure, and most patients need only local anesthesia for the procedure.
Veneers can be cared for just like your natural teeth and are non-removable. With proper maintenance and regular dental checkups, your veneers can easily last for 10 years or longer.
The veneers we use at our office in Victoria, TX, are made of advanced porcelain that beautifully resembles natural enamel. Veneers can give you a bright, straight, attractive smile that you'll love to show off whenever possible.
What Are Dental Veneers?
Curious about Veneers? Request a Consultation
If you think porcelain veneers may be right for you, request a consultation with Dr. Grant Heller in Victoria, TX. Our patients recommend us to their friends and family because:
- Our office features the most modern technology in dentistry.
- Dr. Heller is a highly trained dentist who is routinely continuing his education.
- We treat each patient like a member of our own family.
You can request a consultation with Dr. Heller by contacting us online or calling our office at (361) 575-0237.
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Cosmetic Dentistry Consultations What You Should Expect
When you visit our Victoria office to discuss cosmetic dentistry with Dr. Heller, you can expect to be greeted with a smile by our friendly team. When you sit down with our dentist, he will ask about your goals and take a look at your teeth and gums to determine your candidacy for cosmetic treatment.
If Dr. Heller discovers oral health issues like tooth decay or gum disease, he will treat those before you can qualify for veneers. If you are in good oral health, he will explain to you the pros and cons of veneers and help you decide if they are the right solution for you. If you choose to proceed with porcelain veneers, we will use our advancing imaging technology to create impressions of your teeth, and then we will schedule your veneers procedure.
How Dental Veneers Are Placed
Because veneers are purely cosmetic, traditional dental insurance does not cover them. To help our patients afford veneers, we happily accept financing through CareCredit®. CareCredit is a reputable lender that allows qualifying patients to pay for dentistry through low-interest or no-interest payment plans.
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Alternatives to Porcelain Veneers
Veneers vs. Teeth Whitening
If you are primarily interested in veneers because of stains in your teeth, professional teeth whitening may be a more conservative and affordable treatment option. However, some stains are too deep and permanent for even the most advanced whitening gels. If that's the case, masking the stained teeth with veneers can give you the bright smile you desire.
Veneers vs. Dental Crowns
While a porcelain veneer attaches to the front surface of a tooth, a dental crown completely encapsulates the tooth. Dental crowns usually protect teeth that have been treated with root canal therapy, but patients also get them for cosmetic purposes. If your tooth is too significantly chipped or broken to support a veneer, a dental crown may be the better option.