Veneers in Houston, TX

Your Choice for Veneers in Houston from a Trusted Cosmetic Dentist

Veneers are a great option for our Houston and Bellaire-area patients suffering from:

  • Worn Teeth
  • Cracked Teeth
  • Broken Teeth
  • Misshapen Teeth
  • Disfigured Teeth
  • Crooked Teeth
  • Discolored or Stained Teeth
  • Chipped Teeth
  • Small Teeth
  • Gaps in your Smile

Veneers

A Smile You'll Love

Dental veneers are an excellent way to correct imperfections in your smile.

Expertise You Deserve

Dr. Stanton has over 40 years of experience and is regarded as a top cosmetic dentist in the Houston area. His experience means top-of-the-line care and procedures.

Convenient & Comfortable Office

Centrally located in the Bellaire area with a comfortable and stylish office, your veneers appointments will be easy and convenient.

Texas Dental Association 50

American Dental Association 50

Greater Houston Dental Society 50 2

Types of Veneers

We offer two types of Veneers at Bellaire Dental Group. There are advantages and disadvantages to each. At your initial consultation, you and Dr. Stanton will discuss each option and decide what is right for your smile, dental history, and lifestyle.

Veneering a tooth means to cover its facial, or front, surface. It is actually very similar to placing acrylic fingernails on top of natural nails. Veneers are used to enhance the shape and color of teeth, as well as to close spaces between teeth.  Veneers can also cover up significant stains such as those caused by tetracycline. As we age, wear of the front teeth may affect the anesthetics of our smile. Veneers may be used to lengthen worn or short teeth and restore your smile.

Vivaneers™ No-Prep Veneers

These razor thin veneers are the perfect solution to cover stained, chipped teeth. They are also a great way to fill in spaces between your teeth. No-prep veneers will give you the smile you've always dreamed of without any shots, drilling or pain.

  • Natural Looking Option
  • No Drilling, Shots or Pain
  • Affordable Option
  • Two Visits Required
  • Stain Resistant

Porcelain Veneers

These thin porcelain shells are specially designed to bond to the front of your teeth, giving you a natural looking, virtually undetectable means of covering stains, chips, and other imperfections. Porcelain veneers are also extremely durable.

  • Natural Looking Option
  • Durable & Long Lasting
  • Less Expensive than Orthodontic Work
  • Two Visits Required
  • Stain Resistant

Advantages of Vivaneers

Custom-made to fit your mouth, each porcelain veneer is delicately crafted to exhibit a beautiful, lifelike look. Whether replacing multiple teeth or a few, take comfort in knowing each Vivaneer will blend naturally with your surrounding teeth.

One of the main advantages of non-prep veneers is that there is no drilling, shots, or pain during the procedure. Additionally, non-prep veneers tend to be less expensive than other options.

Advantages of Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are highly resistant to even the most stubborn stains, including coffee, tea, and tobacco. Porcelain, like enamel, is translucent, meaning that light passes through rather than reflecting off the outer surface. Porcelain dental veneers are far and away the most organic looking dental bonding option.

The longevity of porcelain veneers depends largely on the expertise of the dentist who is performing the bonding procedure. If properly applied, they can last for many years. Dr. Alan D. Stanton ranks among the most trusted names for porcelain veneers in Houston.

Vivaneers Procedure

Vivaneers are different from traditional dental veneers in that traditional dental veneers require shots to numb the mouth as existing teeth are shaved down with a drill. The Vivaneer procedure does not include any drilling or shots.

Porcelain Veneer Procedure

Dr. Stanton will begin the process by gently buffing your teeth to remove a thin layer of enamel. He will then take a mold of your teeth, which will be sent to the dental lab for the creation of the veneers. During your next visit, he will check the fit and color of your veneers, making adjustments as necessary. After ensuring that the dental veneers are perfectly suited to your teeth, he will cement them in place, and you will be ready to display your beautiful new smile to the world.

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The Veneers Process - What to Expect

The First Visit

When you first visit your cosmetic dentist about veneers, Dr. Stanton will want to take impressions of your teeth. This helps Dr. Stanton not only make the veneers, but also make sure they fit correctly. You’ll also select a shade for your veneers. It is natural to select the whitest shade possible, but it is better to select a more natural shade that still gives the appearance of a flawless smile.

The Second Visit

During the second visit, your cosmetic dentist will apply the permanent veneers. The process of applying the veneers can take a little time. After a thorough cleaning, the Dr. Stanton will roughen the surface of your teeth so create a better bonding surface for the veneer adhesive. After hardening, the adhesive becomes nearly as strong as the original enamel.

Follow-Up Visits

Veneers don’t preclude further dental visits. Dr. Stanton will want to see you for your regular check-ups and cleanings to make sure the veneers are holding and doing their job. With proper care and cleaning, veneers can last for years.

Taking Care of Your Veneers

To care for your new veneers, you must maintain regular oral hygiene at home and visit us for routine cleanings and exams. This is to ensure that your veneers will remain looking as good as new. Another important point is that oral habits that damage natural teeth such as nail biting, opening bobby pins, and chewing on hard objects can also damage your new dental veneers. Once veneers are applied, treat them with as much care as your natural teeth.

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Before & After Veneers Video