January 6, 2017
Have you considered getting cosmetic dentistry recently, but rethought the idea of drilling into your own permanent, original teeth? There are plenty of patients just like you that would like to consider all options before committing to permanent alterations to their smile. Two of the most respected cosmetic dentists in The Woodlands, TX, Dr. Virgilio Gutierrez and Dr. Kelly LeBlanc, are more than ready to help you take that leap to the perfect smile and newly gained confidence by exploring two possibilities: porcelain veneers and Lumineers.
How can Bear Branch Dental help me?
Both Dr. Virgilio Gutierrez and Dr. Kelly LeBlanc are well renowned cosmetic dentists in the Woodlands who specialize in procedures to give you the smile and confidence that you have always wanted. They’re well-equipped with a full office of qualified professionals supporting them, making the office run smoothly and helping each experience be personal for the patient. Dr. Virgilio Gutierrez has been recognized by the German Society of Oral Implantology and awarded a Fellowship by the International Congress of Oral Implantologists in Berlin, Germany. He has been a proud pioneer in bringing PRGF dental biologic technology into Texas, which has definitely helped Bear Branch Family Dentistry become one of two recognized centers in the state of Texas by the Bio Technology Institute. Dr. Kelly LeBlanc has been in practice for more than 20 years, during which time he has cultivated the knowledge and abilities necessary to deliver consistent, stunning results to his many patients. Both dentist in The Woodlands, TX specialize in two cosmetic procedures, porcelain veneers and Lumineers, that can literally change your life. Take a look at the reviews from our very own patients to see the outstanding positive impact!
Which Cosmetic Procedure is Right for me?
Depending on the severity of your impairments, our cosmetic dentists in The Woodlands, Texas can provide a minimum of two long-lasting repairs: porcelain veneers and direct lumineers. Both procedures offer corrections for:
- Whitening or discoloration
- Spaced teeth
- Short/eroded teeth
- Damage to enamel
- Unusually shaped teeth
Based on a lot of people’s lifestyles today, especially in the big State of Texas, it is extremely difficult to avoid all foods and habits that cause damage to your teeth, making cosmetic procedures such as these more common than not.
Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of dental porcelain that fit over the front of your teeth that are used to conceal cosmetic issues for several years. Some people prefer this method because it covers extensive damage. Porcelain veneers tend to offer more versatility, and they’re durable in reference to stain resistance because the veneers will not tarnish with exposure to coffee, wine, or tobacco products. The only thing that some people consider to be a drawback is that some cases of porcelain veneers require removal of about .5mm of your original tooth to fit the veneer on top.
Lumineers may be a better option for those who find the above condition to be a deal-breaker because they do not require any removal of your original tooth. Lumineers are comparable to contact lenses in the fact that they are more translucent and very thin, which means there’s no need to remove any of your original tooth. Some dentists refer to Lumineers as “no prep veneers” because there is hardly any prep needed to proceed and no necessary drilling.
Meet a Doctor to Discuss Your Options.
Feel free to contact us! We are always excited to help patients (new and returning) start a new chapter in their life with a radiant smile that can send your confidence through the roof. Our office hours can be found on our contact page, as well as our most common contact methods. Call us to set up a consultation and discuss our best available options for you to reach the ultimate level of cosmetic oral care, and after you set up your first appointment with us, feel free to fill out your new patient paperwork that is available online to expedite the process.
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