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Cosmetic Dentist in Jacksonville

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Veneers in Jacksonville

Cosmetic Dentist in Jacksonville
Cosmetic Dentist in Jacksonville

Teeth that appear chipped, cracked, undersized or stained may cause you to lose your self-confidence around the people that you meet. The doctors at our cosmetic dentist in Jacksonville, Family Dental Care have been helping people in this community regain their smile and self-confidence using porcelain veneers.

Our cosmetic dentist in Jacksonville uses porcelain veneers as one method of restoring teeth that have been chipped, cracked, discolored, stained or unevenly spaced. Dental veneers are thin sheets of porcelain laminate that is bonded to the front of a tooth. Veneers are best suited for the front teeth. Our doctors have the veneers made from precise measurements of your existing teeth. Veneers have a few advantages over other restoration methods. Dental veneers are less invasive than crowns, they also require little or no removal of tooth material like crowns do. Veneers are also less costly than many other restoration methods and there is no pain involved. Of course, veneers are not right for every restoration situation. They work best in restoring minor problems and not major tooth decay or injury and are only used for the front teeth. Veneers are not used to replace missing teeth or to top dental implants.

Our cosmetic dentist in Jacksonville can use a group of veneers to significantly change the color of a person’s smile. Often patients want a much brighter, more even smile and veneers may be the treatment of choice in these cases because they are cheaper, easier to do and don’t require the removal of tooth material for a basically cosmetic change that a row of crowns would. Veneers will not discolor or fade over time like whitening treatments will. If you are considering veneers to fix minor structural and/or aesthetic problems in your teeth call our office for a consultation.

Jacksonville Dentists
1701 Country Club Road
Jacksonville, NC 28546
Existing Patients: (910) 346-2345
New Patients: (910) 672-8995