Veneers in Justin, TX

What are Veneers?

If you want to enhance your smile, veneers are a simple, long-lasting option. Dental veneers are primarily used for cosmetic dentistry to improve the appearance of your teeth by refining their color, size, and shape. These thin, tooth-colored coverings are attached to the front part of your teeth.

Your dentist may recommend veneers if you have chipped teeth, crooked teeth, stained teeth, or a large gap between the upper front teeth.

Did you know dental veneers can protect your enamel and reduce tooth sensitivity?

Veneers in Justin

Did you know…

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that dental veneers can last up to 30 years for most patients?

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Our Veneers Placement Process

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Your First Appointment

During your first appointment, we will assess your teeth to establish if veneers are the right treatment option for you. This will involve an extensive diagnosis and planning. Then your Justin, TX dentist will discuss your dental goals with you and detail an individualized treatment plan to suit your unique needs. Your dentist will study your teeth and take impressions and X-rays.

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Preparing Your Teeth

The second step involves preparing your natural teeth for the veneers. Using a digital impression, your dentist will construct the new veneers. Meanwhile, you’ll be provided with a temporary set of veneers to cover your teeth as you wait for your permanent veneers to be completed.

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Installing the New Veneers

Once your new veneers are ready, it’s time to secure them to your existing teeth. Your dentist will first clean, roughen, and polish the teeth surface to ensure that a strong bond will be created. Then a special adhesive will be applied alongside a high-intensity ultraviolet light to help harden the adhesive rapidly. Lastly, the dentist will make final adjustments to ensure you’re satisfied and comfortable with your new veneers.

More About Sleep Apnea

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Types of Sleep Apnea

The most common type of sleep apnea is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). This occurs when the airway is obstructed by oral tissues during sleep. Contributing factors to OSA include being overweight, use of alcohol and sedatives, smoking tobacco, nasal congestion, and genetic factors like a narrow mouth or throat.

Central sleep apnea (CSA) is caused by improper brain signals to your lungs, which cause them to stop breathing for short periods of time. It can be caused due to medical conditions like Cheyne-Stokes respiration, by damage to the brain stem, which controls breathing, or by the use of certain types of narcotic painkillers.

Complex sleep apnea (CompSAS) has combination symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea and central sleep apnea.

Sleep Apnea Symptoms

The most common symptom of sleep apnea is deep, prolonged snoring, which is accompanied by periodic interruptions in breathing during sleep. The patient will then gasp for air upon the resumption of breathing. Some patients might wake up from this.

Other signs and symptoms of sleep apnea include a dry throat and mouth upon waking, insomnia, poor quality sleep, morning headaches, drowsiness throughout the day, decreased sex drive, and irritability. If you recognize one or more of these symptoms in yourself or your sleeping partner, you can see a sleep specialist for a diagnosis.

Treatment Options for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

The Gold Standard for treatment of OSA is the use of a CPAP or BiPAP while you sleep. This will ensure that your airway remains open and allows for you to get the right amount of oxygen while you sleep. There are some people who have a hard time wearing their CPAP or BiPAP throughout the night.

Oral appliance therapy (OAT) is becoming more common in the treatment of OSA. In this treatment, your dentist will create an oral appliance, which looks similar to a retainer or a mouth guard. This device will shift the position of your jaw during sleep, keeping your oral tissue from sagging and holding your airway open through the night.

In addition, OSA can be mitigated or even eliminated by some basic lifestyle changes, such as ceasing smoking and alcohol use, avoiding narcotics or sedatives, losing weight, and changing the position in which you sleep.

Did you know…

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Nearly 80 percent of the cases of obstructive sleep apnea go undiagnosed.

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Have questions about Veneers? Get the answers.

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How Do Veneers Work?

Dental veneers have become an increasingly popular choice for both cosmetic and restorative dentistry. They work by covering the appearance of small gaps and discolored, misaligned, or crooked teeth. You can get one, a few, or a full set of veneers based on your sitution. At Valor Dental, we have versatile veneers that can be helpful to patients of all ages.

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What are the Benefits of Veneers?

The most important benefit of teeth veneers is enhancing the overall appearance of your teeth, providing a more beautiful and brighter smile. Veneers can also provide the following benefits:

- They cover cracks, chips, and discoloration
- They cover unusually shaped teeth
- They require minimal enamel removal
- Veneers disguise gaps in the teeth
- They prevent discoloration
- Dental veneers look and feel natural

How Long Do Veneers Last?

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Veneers are a long-term dental treatment option. But the longevity of your dental veneers will depend on their material (porcelain or composite). Porcelain veneers can last about 10 -12 years. Their composite counterparts have a lifespan of 4 to 8 years. However, your porcelain or composite resin veneers can last longer with reasonable precautions and proper care.

Need dental veneers in Justin, TX? We are ready to help you at Valor Dental. Contact us online or call (214) 254-3763 to book an appointment and see how our dentists can help enhance your smile with a set of beautiful veneers.

Did you know…

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If left untreated, sleep apnea can cause high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease.

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