Veneers – Pasadena, TX

Transform Your Smile Today

Do you have unsightly chips, gaps, or stains in your smile? Are your teeth slightly crooked, but not enough to warrant orthodontic treatment? Sounds like porcelain veneers are just the thing you need to get your smile back on track. Your cosmetic dentist, Dr. Nguyen, can affix these wafer-thin restorations to the front of your teeth to transform your smile today. In just two appointments, nearly any kind of flaw in your grin can be corrected. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to see if veneers are right for you.

Why Choose Huy P. Nguyen, DDS of Pasadena for Veneers?

  • Veneers Custom-Designed for Each Patient
  • Instantly Transform Your Smile
  • Friendly Team That Truly Cares

What are Veneers?

Veneers are ultra-thin sheaths of durable dental porcelain that are bonded to the front-facing surfaces of your teeth to mask multiple kinds of flaws at once, including:

  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Stains or discoloration
  • Rotated, slightly crooked, or misshapen teeth

Process of Getting Veneers

Getting veneers is an easy process that takes only two simple appointments, besides your consultation. At the first appointment, Dr. Nguyen will remove a very tiny sliver of your teeth’s enamel to ensure that the veneers lay flush against your natural teeth. Then, he will take impressions of your prepped teeth and send those off to the dental lab. In the meantime, you can take your new smile out for a test drive by wearing temporary veneers for a few weeks. Once your final veneers are ready, simply return to our office and we’ll place them. Ta-da! Your grin will be instantly transformed and can last for years to come.

Benefits of Veneers

Besides correcting multiple smile flaws in one procedure, porcelain veneers offer a whole host of benefits, such as:

  • Looking completely natural in your grin
  • Porcelain does not irritate gum tissue
  • Being highly resistant to stains from dark colored foods and drinks
  • Offering a more conservative approach by removing less tooth enamel than crowns
  • Boosting the appearance of your smile and thus your self-confidence
  • Can last for years, even a couple of decades with proper care

Maintaining Your Veneers

Keeping your veneers in good shape is actually not that different from maintaining your natural teeth. Remember to always brush and floss every day, and visit Dr. Nguyen at least once every six months for a regular checkup and cleaning. That way your mouth can stay free of health problems that might compromise your veneers, like tooth decay and gum disease. If you have any bad habits, like nail biting, teeth grinding, or jaw clenching, it’s a good idea to put a stop to those as soon as possible, as they could damage your veneers. Fortunately, we offer nightguards to keep your teeth from coming together in harmful ways while you sleep.