Enjoy a Fresh Look With Dental Veneers in Bryan

Chips, discoloration, cracks, gaps, misshapen teeth, or worn teeth don’t mean you have to live with a flawed smile. Using Bryan dental veneers, the team at Johnson Dentistry can remake your smile. Like we have done for many other patients, we can give you all these benefits of teeth veneers:

  • A beautiful, durable smile with only two office visits
  • Bold new confidence to show others a genuine smile
  • Oral hygiene that’s easier to maintain
  • A younger, healthier overall appearance
  • More respect in the workplace and in your social life
  • Greater self-esteem and self-respect

Call us today to schedule your veneers consultation: 979-279-8839. We’re centrally located at 3702 Coppercrest Drive, near Bryan and College Station, off University Drive East. Don’t put off getting your shiny, new smile!

Enhance Your Smile With Custom Teeth Veneers

Dental veneers can completely re-create your smile. These thin shells of tooth-colored material bond to the front of your imperfect teeth to hide smile flaws and give you a bold new look. Few treatments can make such a dramatic improvement in your appearance as custom veneers can. At Johnson Dentistry, we offer two main types of teeth veneers:

  • Porcelain Veneers – As one of our most popular cosmetic treatments, porcelain veneers remain a tried-and-true option for many patients seeking aesthetic improvement. They are strong, durable, and stain-resistant. We offer a variety of shades, translucencies, and thicknesses to create the exact look you want.
  • Composite Veneers – For a less expensive, quicker veneers option, composite resin veneers will do the trick. Dr. Johnson can make these right in our office using the same material that we use for our composite teeth fillings. At about half the investment of porcelain veneers, they are a great alternative.

Enjoy a Simple Process to Brighten Your Smile

Your veneers treatment will be a straightforward process, beginning with a consultation and exam:

  • Dr. Johnson will carefully look over your mouth, and we’ll take a few digital X-rays to get a closer look at your teeth, roots, and nerves.
  • He will then discuss your treatment options in detail and help you decide which one will work best for your circumstances.
  • For most veneers, we will need to remove a small amount of tooth enamel to make room for them. The exact amount will vary based on your teeth and the types of veneers used.
  • We will then take impressions of your mouth so that your new veneers can be custom crafted for you.

If you are getting porcelain veneers, we will send the impressions to our lab partner to create your custom veneers to exact specifications. Once they are ready, usually a few days later, you’ll return to our office for Dr. Johnson to bond them into place. For composite veneers, depending on the complexity of your treatment, Dr. Johnson may be able to place them the same day.

Choose Bryan dental veneers to revamp your smile! Call us today at 979-279-8839 to schedule your consultation. You can also request an appointment online. You can now ask for a before-and-after photo at no additional charge that will show you what’s possible for your smile!

Common Questions About Dental Veneers

Are dental veneers painful?

Your dental veneers procedure will never be painful at our office. There will be some enamel removed to fit the veneers, but because your enamel does not have nerve endings, you will not feel pain. Regardless, if you have sensitive teeth or gums, we will make sure there is no discomfort with a local anesthetic.

Do dental veneers look fake?

In the hands of your capable dentist at Johnson Dentistry, you can count on your veneers looking as natural and lifelike as possible. We will work hand in hand with you to design your veneers so you know just what to expect before we bond them to your teeth. Our aim is to help you achieve your smile goals and have you leave our office completely satisfied with your veneers.

How long do dental veneers last?

Although most veneers last between 10 and 15 years, the exact answer depends on how you care for them. Treat your veneers as you would your natural teeth but with an extra dose of gentle care. Don’t bite hard candies or ice or use your teeth as a bottle opener. Keep your teeth clean and visit us twice a year for a routine checkup, and your veneers will give you many years of great performance.

Can you whiten dental veneers?

Dental veneers cannot be whitened like natural teeth can. That’s why we recommend our patients whiten their teeth to their desired level of whiteness before getting veneers placed. Once your teeth are as white as you’d like them, we can match your new veneers and create a radiant smile you’ll love. Periodic whitening touch-ups will keep your smile perpetually white.