Cosmetic and Family Dentistry, Tooth Whitening, Tooth colored fillings, Dentures | Partials, Oral Surgery, Implants, Root Canals, Crowns | Bridges, Dental hygiene, Veneers, Extractions, Local anesthesia, Bite adjustments
5201 S Broadway, Ste. 240
Tyler TX 75703 USA
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Dental Veneers

Veneers are becoming very popular among patients right now. They make stained or discolored teeth look brighter. They hide any imperfections, like small fractures or cracks in your teeth. They can make tiny teeth look bigger and straighten crooked and rotated teeth without braces.


Dental veneers are thin sheets of porcelain or a resin composite that are permanently bonded to the teeth, covering the teeth underneath. Porcelain veneers are most popular, as they have the translucent look of real teeth and tend to resist stains better than resin.

A Simple Procedure With Immediate Results

To have veneers applied, you'll typically go through a process:

  1. You'll consult with your dentist. Veneers are custom-designed to look as natural as possible, so your dentist may take impressions and/or X-rays in order to determine the right size and color of your veneers. In some instances, the impression will be sent out to the lab for them to make some temporary veneers, usually in cases that involve multiple teeth. This will be done prior to starting step 2.
  2. Your dentist will prepare your teeth for veneers by removing a very small amount of enamel from your teeth, making an impression of the teeth, and sending that to a dental lab where they will create your permanent veneers. You will be given some temporary veneers to wear while the dental lab is making your permanent ones.
  3. Once the lab sends back the veneers, your dentist will bond and cement them to your teeth. Your smile will be beautiful immediately.

Are Veneers Right For Me?

Veneers are determined on a case by case basis. Not everyone may qualify for veneers. Sometimes the damage to a tooth is too extensive to where a full coverage crown may be required versus a veneer. If you are interested in veneers and would like to know if they would be right for you, please come visit our office. Our highly trained dentist will perform a thorough examination and discuss with you whether you are a good candidate for veneers.

Our Location & Hours

5201 S Broadway, Ste. 240,
Tyler, TX 75703 - Located behind Brookshire's on Rice Rd.

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Business Hours

Monday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday Closed

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Medicaid, Chip, Most PPO Insurances, Discount plans, Adult Medicaid, Adult Medicare