Porcelain veneers are a cosmetic treatment designed to perfect the look of a person’s smile by fixing existing imperfections such as chips, stains, or wears. Made of thin porcelain shells, veneers are personalized and shaped to match a person’s existing teeth – resulting in a seamless smile.
Have you recently lost the shine in your smile? Teeth whitening is a great cosmetic treatment that can help restore brightness in a safe, simple, and non-invasive procedure. By bleaching dental enamel, Dr. Larson is able to remove any existing stains and restore shine and color for a radiant smile.
Smile makeovers use multiple cosmetic procedures to repair a patient’s smile after severe dental decay or trauma. At Larson Dental, we pay close attention to your dental goals to ensure your smile is one you’ll feel confident in.
Enhance Your Smile With Us
At Larson Dental, we offer a variety of services that can leave you with stunning results. For more information on how we can enhance the beauty of your smile, schedule a consultation by calling (928) 772-8128. We look forward to assisting you on your journey to a smile that radiates confidence.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do veneers ruin your teeth?
No– in fact, the opposite is true. Porcelain veneers beautify your smile by adding a thin, ceramic tooth-colored shell to cover your original tooth, changing its size, shape, or shade. The process involves buffing a portion of the enamel so that the new smile won’t appear bulky and so the new veneers have a surface they can adhere to.
Choosing a highly skilled dentist, such as Dr. Larson, will ensure the best results while preserving as much of your natural tooth as possible.
Does insurance cover cosmetic treatments?
Typically, insurance doesn’t cover cosmetic treatments if the sole purpose is to improve the aesthetics of your smile. We recommend checking with your provider prior to your appointment for specific details about your coverage.
If there are any questions that we can answer, be sure to contact our office by calling (928) 772-8128 and a helpful team member will be happy to assist you.
Is teeth whitening bad for your teeth?
Teeth whitening may cause tooth-sensitivity for some people because the formula soaks through your tooth’s enamel to the nerves in the dentin. How long your teeth will feel sensitive depends on the duration of the treatment and the concentration of the bleaching agent.
When related to teeth whitening, tooth sensitivity is nothing to be concerned about and usually dissipates within a few days after stopping the treatment.
Why are my teeth getting yellow?
As you age, your teeth will naturally become slightly discolored. The enamel on your teeth starts to wear down with time and the yellow dentin beneath beings to show through. One way to reduce discoloration is to brush frequently, but brushing doesn’t provide results that some people prefer.
If you’re interested in achieving stunning results, professional whitening treatments may be what you’re looking for. The formula we use in our whitening treatments has a higher concentration than what’s available in-store and can provide sensational results within an hour.