Porcelain Veneers For San Jose
Your smile can overcome anything with dental veneers. Teeth veneers can cover up countless smile defects, including:
- Crooked or malpositioned teeth
- Pittled or mottled teeth
- Chipped or broken teeth
- Teeth that are too short
- Discolored or stained teeth
- Gaps between teeth
- Overlapping teeth
If you’re ready to eliminate any of the above issues from your smile, dental veneers may be right for you.
Conservative Ceramic or Porcelain Veneers
In recent years, there have been several advancements made in the world of porcelain veneers. If you are interested in preserving the majority of your natural tooth, ask our San Jose dentist, Dr. Yemoto, about conservative ceramic or porcelain veneers.
These thin ceramic or porcelain veneers are able to cover all of the flaws that traditional veneers can. However, our ceramic veneers require less preparation for placement. That means that Dr. Yemoto will not file as much enamel from your teeth as he would for traditional teeth veneers.
Direct Resin Veneers
Direct resin veneers are often the most affordable dental veneer option. They are also less time-consuming than conservative ceramic or porcelain veneers.
You will only need to pencil in one visit to our San Jose office for direct resin veneers. Dr. Yemoto can create your veneers while you are in the office, prepare your teeth, and place the veneers the very same day.
Durathin “No-Prep” Veneers
Many patients love Durathin “No-Prep” Veneers because they do not require any removal of the natural tooth enamel. Dr. Yemoto can create and place the dental veneers without removing anything from the surface of your teeth.
If you ever choose to have your veneers removed, your natural smile will still be intact. Our “No-Prep” Veneers are the only type of veneers that are reversible.
Our dental veneer procedures make it easy to alter imperfections of any kind and give you a superstar smile. Give us a call today to schedule your consultation if you are in the San Jose area, including Cupertino and Los Gatos!