Dental Veneers in Park Ridge, IL
A beautiful smile starts with a visit to Park Ridge Dental Boutique. For more than 35 years, our practice has offered dental veneers in Park Ridge, IL, and surrounding areas. Whether your teeth are misshapen or discolored, you will achieve a smile makeover with our porcelain veneers. Call us for a free consultation today to learn how we can transform your look and restore your confidence.
What are Veneers?
Veneers are thin pieces of specially-shaped porcelain or plastic that are glued over the front of your teeth. This process requires little to no anesthesia from your dentist. If your teeth are severely discolored, chipped, misshapen, or crooked, choosing dental veneers gives you a way to smile brighter than ever before.
Your cosmetic dentist starts the process by taking an impression of your teeth. Before applying the porcelain veneer, your dentist will remove a thin layer of enamel from your tooth. The custom porcelain veneers are then glued directly onto your teeth, where they can be used for anywhere from 10 to 15 years without issue.
Treatment from Our Dentist
If we determine that you are an ideal candidate for dental veneers, your dentist will start with an impression of the teeth. Temporary veneers will be placed, and you can wear them until your permanent fixtures are ready. This process allows you to tell your dentist of any adjustments you would like made to shape or size.
After your permanent dental veneers are ready, your dentist places them with water or glycerin. The tooth is cleansed with chemicals to achieve a durable bond, and a light beam is used to harden the glue after the veneers are in place.
Our Dentist Leaves You Smiling
Are you ready to change your look? If your smile is not as vibrant as you would like it to be, choosing dental veneers will give you the results you want without the need for a lengthy surgical procedure. Our porcelain veneers offer a natural look in any shape, size, or color you desire. Before your veneers are ready for placement, we can use a wax model to create a replica of what your new teeth will look like. Our goal is to leave you smiling with satisfaction.