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Veneers Specialist

RR Dentistry

located in Georgetown, TX

If you don’t like the color, size, shape, or texture of your natural teeth, help is within reach at RR Dentistry in Georgetown, Texas. Expert restorative, cosmetic, and sedation dental providers offer dental veneers to improve the appearance of your teeth and perfect the look of your smile. Call the RR Dentistry office to schedule a consultation or book one online today.

Veneers Q & A

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that fit over the front part of your natural teeth. Veneers can dramatically improve the look of your teeth and give you the gorgeous smile you deserve. Veneers at RR Dentistry offer superior results without pain, surgery, or downtime.

What are the benefits of dental veneers?

Dental veneers available at RR Dentistry can make your teeth look:

  • Whiter
  • Even-shaped
  • Aesthetically pleasing
  • Larger
  • Less gapped
  • Natural-looking
  • Beautiful 

Veneers hide discolored, damaged, and imperfect teeth to give you the vibrant, beautiful smile of your dreams.

Are veneers right for me?

To determine if you’re a candidate for dental veneers at RR Dentistry, your provider reviews your oral health history, discusses your desired outcome with you, and examines your teeth and gums. 

They also take dental X-rays if needed before personalizing a cosmetic dental plan that’s best for you. If you have tooth decay, they can remove the decay and restore affected teeth before dental veneer placement. 

What should I expect when getting dental veneers?

You simply relax in a comfortable dental chair at RR Dentistry when getting your new veneers. If needed, your specialist numbs the treatment area and removes a tiny portion of each tooth’s enamel. They then digitally scan your teeth and mouth to develop custom veneers that fit comfortably over your natural teeth.

When your veneers are ready, your dentist ensures they fit properly and bonds them to the front and sides of your natural teeth. There’s no pain or downtime associated with getting dental veneers, and you can resume a regular routine immediately afterward.

How can I take good care of my veneers?

Care for your new veneers and smile by adopting good at-home oral hygiene habits. Brush your teeth after meals, floss every day, and don’t chew on ice or other hard objects. Call the RR Dentistry office if your veneers fall off or get damaged, and see your dentist at least every six months for routine teeth cleanings and dental exams.

To learn more about dental veneers and find out if you’re a candidate for them, call the RR Dentristy office or schedule an appointment online today.