Porcelain veneers and dental bonding are both ideal ways to address common cosmetic dental problems such as teeth that are chipped, unevenly sized or shaped, crooked, or slightly gapped. During your smile makeover consultation with Oklahoma City cosmetic dentist Dr. Terry Bass, we can better determine which solution is right for you.
If you are looking for the most effective way to perfect your smile in Oklahoma City, please contact Terry Bass, DDS by calling 405-848-7780 to schedule your initial consultation.
Porcelain veneers are placed over the front of teeth to address a number of cosmetic imperfections. Veneers are sized, shaped, and colored by one of our dental lab partners, allowing them to optimally enhance your unique smile.
Placing veneers requires three visits to our Oklahoma City cosmetic dentist over a two to four week period. Following placement, veneers can continue to produce remarkable results for over ten years, making them one of the longest-lasting aesthetic procedures available.
Dental bonding is placed over the front, top, and back of teeth during a single office visit. The composite resin used in bonding is shaded to match adjacent teeth and can easily be sculpted to eliminate the appearance of many cosmetic imperfections.
Dental bonding is applied in layers following minor tooth preparation, allowing smile perfection to be achieved in as little as 30 minutes per tooth. If cared for properly, bonding can produce beautiful results for a number of years.
What’s Best for Your Smile
Both porcelain veneers and dental bonding can help you achieve a more attractive smile. During your Oklahoma City cosmetic dentistry consultation Dr. Bass can discuss your goals, examine your teeth, and help you determine which option will best provide you with the smile of your dreams.
To schedule a consultation with our experienced Oklahoma City cosmetic dentist, please contact us online or call 405-848-7780 today. Dr. Bass provides cosmetic dentistry solutions for men and women living in Edmond, Lawton, Norman, and surrounding areas of Oklahoma.