Veneers Specialist in Boca Raton, FL

Don’t let chips, cracks, or gaps ruin your smile. Dr. Vivian Rose Kunstmann, D.D.S., P.A., and her team provide patients with custom-made Vital Veneers that can address a host of aesthetic smile concerns at her Boca Raton, Florida, practice. The dental team bonds them onto your natural teeth, giving them a whiter, healthier-looking appearance. If you’re curious about what we offer, call the office at (561) 470-8006 or book an appointment online today.

What Are Veneers?

Veneers are fixed oral appliances used to improve your smile. They’re thin porcelain layering’s bonded over your natural teeth to enhance the appearance of your smile. They help address aesthetic concerns, such as:

  • Cracks
  • Chips
  • Gaps in your smile
  • Discoloration
  • Crooked teeth

Porcelain, the material they are typically made from, is extremely sturdy and can be made to closely resemble the shade of your natural teeth.

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How Veneers Work

How Do They Work?

Each set of Vital Veneers Dr. Vivian Rose Kunstmann, D.D.S., P.A., and her team provides are custom-made to fit snugly and provides you with the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Getting veneers typically requires at least in-office two visits.

At your first visit, your dentist will take impressions of your teeth used to make your veneers. Then, those impressions are sent off to an outside lab that custom-produces your new smile according to Dr. Kunstmann’s specifications. It takes about one to two weeks to finish creating them. Once they are ready, you come back in for a follow-up visit to have your veneers placed.

When you come back in, your dentist bonds them onto your teeth using a special dental adhesive. In some cases, your provider may need to file down your teeth slightly to make sufficient room for your veneers.

What Are The Benefits Of Veneers?

Your new smile will provide you with a noticeable boost in self-confidence. You can continue eating and drinking the foods you like without worrying about damage to your new teeth. The porcelain material is durable enough to function like healthy, natural teeth.

Before and After

How Long Do They Last?

With proper care, there’s no reason your new teeth can’t last you 7-10 years, if not more. Make sure to floss and brush your teeth regularly, essentially treating them like you would natural teeth.

Also, it’s important to maintain regular visits with Dr. Kunstmann so the team can monitor wear and tear and make any necessary adjustments over time.

To schedule a veneers consultation with Dr. Kunstmann and her team at the office, call the office today at (561) 470-8006 or use the online booking tool.