Achieve a smile makeover with state of the art porcelain veneers. Dr. Lordo and team can help you achieve stunning results!
Instant Smile Transformation.
Achieve A New Smile With Veneers.
Dental veneers are very thin porcelain covers that are bonded to the surface of teeth.
They can be applied in a wide variety of scenarios to help patients achieve their smile goals.
- Correct small flaws like cracked or chipped teeth
- Close small gaps between teeth
- Shape irregular teeth
- Provide symmetry to smile
- Hide stains or discoloration
- Extremely thin and comfortable
- Virtually unnoticeable
- Made of porcelain for ideal look
- Extremely durable and long-lasting
- Simple, non-invasive procedure
See What’s Possible.
A full mouth reconstruction can be very different from person to person. But the final results are always impressive because they give you back you confidence to smile and ability to chew comfortably again.
See What’s Possible.
Why Choose Dr. Lordo?
We use advanced digital dental technology to ensure proper fit and color of your veneers.
We hold ourselves to the highest standards of care—and the highest results for our patients.
Every action considers your comfort—both physically and emotionally.
You’ll receive personalized, detailed explanations of each step toward your dentures.
What To Expect?
Veneers typically require three to five short appointments to create a look that lasts a decade—or longer.
When getting porcelain veneers put on your teeth, it will take at least two visits. One visit is to prepare the teeth and take the proper measurements for the veneers. Another visit is for securing the veneers onto the teeth. It is usually best to start with an initial visit just for consultation and aesthetic discussion.
They typically last 10-15 years. Just like natural teeth, a veneer can also become cracked, chipped, or discolored. If that is the case, it is possible for a veneer to be removed and replaced with a new one.
Because dental veneers do not last forever, it’s important to treat them well. Since veneer materials consist of porcelain or a resin material, they do have a risk of cracking or chipping. Porcelain is like glass and can shatter with any kind of force. This is something you may want to consider if you grind your teeth when you sleep. In that case, you will be advised to get a night guard for your mouth to protect the veneers.