Porcelain Veneers by Dr. Garcia in Austin

Porcelain Veneers TX | Smiles by Garcia Austin TX
Porcelain veneers can give you the healthy beautiful smile you’ve always wanted! Porcelain Veneers are one of the best solutions for bad teeth. We use naturally beautiful Porcelain Dental Veneers to fix problems like:
  • Crooked teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Stained or discolored teeth
  • Worn down teeth
  • Misshapen teeth
Renowned Austin cosmetic dentist, Dr. Arturo Garcia, can correct almost any smile problems using ultra-thin, super strong Porcelain Veneers. Dental Veneers fix bad teeth and create a strong and naturally beautiful smile. Porcelain Veneers can even make of weak or worn down teeth strong again.

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Who is an Ideal Candidate for Veneers?

A better question would be, “Do I want a perfect smile?” That’s what porcelain veneers by Dr. Garcia will give you. If you have cosmetic issues with your teeth — things such as small gaps, uneven teeth, misshapen teeth, and the like — porcelain veneers can cover these flaws and prevent you from needing more involved procedures such as orthodontics or crowns. A set of porcelain veneers across all of your visible teeth with give you a bright white, perfect smile. Everyone could use that, right?

What Cosmetic Problems do Porcelain Veneers Cover?

Porcelain veneers are the ultimate restoration for:
  • Revitalizing the surface of a tooth
  • Concealing chips
  • Covering badly stained, discolored teeth
  • Closing gaps between teeth
  • Masking alignment problems
  • Covering cracks or wear
  • Providing an alternative to orthodontic work
It’s important to note that porcelain veneers are only a cosmetic solution and are applied atop healthy teeth. If you have problems with your teeth that are beyond simply aesthetic problems — issues such as decay, gum disease, or a deep crack, for instance — Dr. Garcia needs to address those problems first before he can apply your veneers. Veneers are simply cosmetic.
Austin Cosmetic Dentist, Dr. Arturo Garcia, explains how Cosmetic Dentistry and Porcelain Veneers were used to give Austin radio personality Heather White a healthy, beautiful new Smile Makeover.

Are Porcelain Veneers a Permanent Solution?

Porcelain veneers last anywhere from seven to 20 years. That is a wide span of durability, but the timeframe of your veneers is dependent upon the health of the underlying teeth. You do need to consider that this is a lifetime commitment. When your veneers have reached the end of their lifespan, you’ll need to have another set placed. Because Dr. Garcia removes some of the enamel from the fronts of the teeth receiving veneers, those teeth will always need to be covered with a veneer.

What Our Patients Have to Say

This experience was amazing from start to finish! I’ve had my top veneers for two years now and did more for me than I could have imagined. I was so nervous before my consultation but once I went in everything was smooth sailing from there. Such a great staff and Dr. Garcia is amazing! I love my smile and I can’t wait to go back for the bottoms!
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What is the Process of Getting Porcelain Veneers with Dr. Garcia?

Dr. Garcia uses the best materials available and a world-class dental laboratory to create custom, porcelain veneers for your healthy, beautiful Smile Makeover. This thin, porcelain shell is permanently bonded to each tooth or in the smile line (usually front top ten teeth and bottom front 10 teeth) as part of a Smiles By Garcia Smile Makeover. The bonded Porcelain Veneer is incredibly strong and long lasting, will not stain or change color, and can help strengthen and protect the supporting tooth.

Porcelain veneers require two appointments with Dr. Garcia. First, we thoroughly clean your teeth. If you have some staining on your teeth from things like coffee or red wine, we may elect to whiten your teeth first to return them to their natural shade. If you’re only having one or two veneers placed to cover something like a chip on a tooth, Dr. Garcia uses a shade guide to match the veneer color to your natural tooth color. Otherwise, if you’re opting for a full set of veneers, you can decide how white you want your new smile to be.

Next, we prepare your teeth for the veneers. To do this, Dr. Garcia shaves a tiny amount of the enamel from the front of the teeth (from 0.3 mm to 0.5 mm). This makes room for the veneers on the front side of each tooth. When this process is complete, we take impressions of your teeth and send these off to the dental lab for the fabrication of your custom veneers. In most cases, this takes around one week. In the meantime, Dr. Garcia will attach temporary veneers to your teeth to protect them.

When your new, custom veneers arrive back with us, you return for your second appointment. Dr. Garcia checks the fit and the color match of each veneer. If necessary, he may shave a bit off here or there. Once satisfied with the fit, the porcelain veneers are permanently cemented onto your teeth, and you can show your new smile off to Austin and the rest of the world!
Austin Cosmetic Dentist, Dr. Arturo Garcia, visits KXAN’s Studio 512 to explain his amazing 2-Visit Smile Makeover using the latest in Cosmetic Dentistry and Dental Porcelain Veneers.

What are the Benefits of Getting Porcelain Veneers?

Having Dr. Garcia place porcelain veneers onto the front surfaces of your teeth can give you a perfect smile, and who wouldn’t like that? Beyond the aesthetic appearance, having porcelain veneers is a far easier solution to various dental problems when compared to placing dental crowns over teeth, or replacing teeth with dental implants. Those really are not options when addressing many teeth, as the price would be exorbitant. Porcelain veneers can solve a problem such as widespread staining in the dentin layer of your teeth from a reaction to a drug such as tetracycline when you were young. Teeth whitening cannot whiten teeth whose stains are in the dentin, rather than on the surface enamel. Porcelain veneers can cover all the stained surfaces and give the patient a perfect smile. Plus, this only takes two appointments with Dr. Garcia. Procedures to close gaps and the like could take months or even years of orthodontic tooth movement.

How Do I Make My Veneers Last as Long as Possible?

As mentioned above, the lifespan of your veneers depends on the health of the teeth holding them. So, the best to way to get the longest life out of a set of veneers is to take great care of your teeth overall. Twice daily brushing for two minutes and flossing once daily is all that’s needed. If you are diligent about your home care and you continue to schedule your twice-yearly cleanings and exams with Dr. Garcia, you’ll get the most out of your veneers.

Is there a Recovery Process After A Porcelain Veneer Procedure

There is no recovery for this procedure. During your first appointment, when Dr. Garcia shave a fraction of the tooth enamel from the teeth to receive veneers patients don’t find this painful. Then temporary veneers are placed over these teeth as we wait for the dental lab to fabricate your custom veneers. The second step of cementing the veneers onto your teeth is also painless. You can immediately begin using your perfect smile as soon as you leave our Austin offices.

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Does Insurance Cover Porcelain Veneers?

Insurance companies consider porcelain veneers a cosmetic procedure, so they are not usually covered. You can use a health savings account to pay for them.

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Dr. Garcia is happy to answer any questions you may have about Cosmetic Dentistry, Porcelain Veneers and Smile Makeovers! Contact Smiles By Garcia today at (512) 402-5872 and schedule your Free Consultation. Find out how a healthy, beautiful Smile Makeover using Porcelain Dental Veneers can help you!  

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