King House Dental Group
Prior to the Procedure
The dentist will do an examination, take photos, measurements, and impressions of the patient’s teeth and send them to a dental laboratory. This comprehensive process will help the dentist understand, plan, and fulfill the patient’s aesthetic goals.
In the Lab
3D models of the patient’s teeth will be created and fitted, but minor adjustments can still be made during the following visit.
During the Third Visit
The patient’s teeth will be prepared for the veneers by removing a thin layer of the enamel, and the custom veneers will be placed and bonded to the teeth.
Dental veneers are a more expensive cosmetic dental treatment because of the skill and technology used to transform the tooth. The cost varies depending on the number of teeth to be treated.
Most dental insurance policies do not cover dental veneers since they are considered a cosmetic procedure, but our office will confirm with the insurance provider previous to the treatment.
In addition, we offer several financing and payment plans to assist patients.