porcelain veneers cost San Antonio

Hello, and welcome to our William J. Stewart Jr. DDS cosmetic dentistry blog. Today we are taking the time to answer a common question that many dental patients in the San Antonio area have. The question is, “What exactly are veneers and how are they used in cosmetic dentistry?”

Veneers are thin shells made from tooth-colored substances. They are custom-made for each patient and are used to improve the appearance of teeth. Veneers are designed to cover the front part of the teeth and are most commonly employed to correct teeth that have been chipped, stained, decayed, or that are crooked.

If you visit your Shavano Park, Leon Springs, or Beorne dentist for veneers, they will first make a model of your teeth. Next, a dental technician will use the model to create the veneers, so you can be sure of a custom fit.

Since a little of the enamel from the tooth has to be removed so the veneers can be placed, this process is usually irreversible.

I hope that this blog entry has helped you to understand a little more about veneers and how they can help you to improve your smile. Along with other cosmetic dentistry procedures such as gum contouring, smile makeovers, and teeth whitening, the smile that you desire is really just a few dental visits away! If you are in the Beorne area and are looking for a dentist, give William J. Stewart Jr. DDS a call. My name is Dr. William Stewart and I have been a San Antonio, Texas dentist since 1981.

Please call 210-428-6535 and a member of our patient-centered and detail oriented staff can schedule an appointment for you and answer any questions you have about the following top services that we offer at William J. Stewart Jr. DDS:

sedation dentistry
dental crowns
root canals
teeth whitening
clear braces

Dr. William Stewart
William J. Stewart Jr. DDS
13220 Huebner Rd
San Antonio, Texas
210-428-6535
https://www.stewartcosmeticdentistry.com/about/


The following website was used as source material for this blog:
http://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/az-topics/v/veneers.aspx, accessed on Sept. 4, 2013