Da Vinci Veneers

Da Vinci veneers are wafer-thin ceramic shells used for masking discolorations and brightening teeth. These porcelain veneers are resistant to permanent staining. The veneer application procedure requires very little or no anesthesia. It is completed in two visits to the dentist’s office over a period of two weeks. There are three steps in the process. The teeth are prepared to create some space for the veneers. An impression of the teeth is taken. Then the wafer-thin ceramic material is bonded to the front of the teeth.

Empress Veneers

Empress veneers are dental restorations used for enhancing the functionality and esthetic appeal of teeth. Empress veneers give your teeth a true-to-nature appearance. These translucent veneers give your teeth a natural brightness by allowing light to penetrate through them. Discolored chipped teeth, crowded teeth with white spots, and gaps between teeth are some dental conditions that can be treated with stain-resistant Empress veneers. Empress veneers are made from biocompatible glass-ceramic porcelain materials. These custom-made veneers are safe for allergic individuals and they do not irritate your gums.

MAC Veneers

MAC veneers are produced by the Micro Advanced Cosmetic Division of MicroDental. MAC veneers are used to treat dental imperfections such as stains, uneven teeth and chips. MAC veneers are made from pressed ceramic, making them are thicker and stronger than ordinary porcelain veneers. They adhere precisely to the teeth and will not be knocked off on impact. They are resistant to permanent staining and wear and tear. These are custom-made veneers. Your dentist can show you what your finished smile will look like using wax models and digital imaging.