August 20, 2014
Having a beautiful, flawless smile is something that many people want. A gorgeous smile is a symbol of vitality and health, and being able to feel confident in the way you look is very empowering. Because many people consider a smile a first impression, they want to make sure their smile is the best condition possible. When you do not feel confident in your smile, it can have negative effects on the way you view yourself and your interactions with the people around you. Thankfully, Dr. Craig P. Vacek is able to give his patients the beautiful smile of their dreams with porcelain veneers.
One of the great things about porcelain veneers is the fact they are able to cover minor imperfections in your smile. If you have gaps, oddly shaped teeth, cracks, or chips, porcelain veneers are able to erase it and deliver a flawless smile! The process begins with a consultation with Dr. Vacek. He will be able to evaluate your smile in its current condition, as well as ask you about your future goals regarding your smile. When you are considered a candidate, Dr. Vacek will take impressions of your smile and send them to a dental lab to have you veneers made. When making your veneers, we will keep the size of your mouth, your facial structure, and other features in mind to make sure the end result is as natural-looking as possible.
In order to prepare for you veneers, Dr. Vacek will remove a small bit of enamel on your natural tooth. When your veneers are ready, Dr. Vacek will place your veneers on your prepared tooth and make them permanent with dental resin cement. At the end of the procedure, you are left with a new, perfect smile! If you would like to know how Dr. Vacek can change your smile using porcelain veneers, contact our office today!
Vacek Family Dentistry provides quality family, general and cosmetic dentistry services in a caring environment. Our Lincoln, NE dental office serves patients from Waverly, Hickman, Firth, Crete, and Seward, NE. Call us today to schedule your appointment!
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