Why Thin Veneers in Fort Worth, TX
Dr. Conditt and Dr. Blair can help you see why you should choose thin veneers to transform your smile!
Are you considering improving the appearance of your smile with cosmetic dentistry techniques? Have you considered the wonders that thin veneers may be able to do for your look? Dr. Kelly Blair and Dr. Mitch Conditt are highly experienced with transforming patients’ teeth with thin veneers. If you would like to learn more about this process or schedule an exam, please contact us today.
Thin Veneers vs. Traditional Veneers
Our Ft. Worth practice prefers to use thin veneers to meet our patients’ smile goals. We feel that this method more closely appears to be a natural tooth because they’re created to be ultra-thin. While both types of veneers are custom-made to blend into a patient’s smile, thin veneers do not require any adjustment of a patient’s enamel to be placed. Dr. Conditt and Dr. Blair use DURAthin for the thin veneer needs of those in his care. This company creates veneers as thick as a contact lens, which allows teeth to appear unaltered and naturally stunning.
With DURAthin veneers, we are able to attach them to your teeth without needing to alter the enamel. If a patient opts for a traditional veneer, dentists need to significantly remove part of the tooth structure in order to ensure that there is a good fit. Thanks to DURAthin, Dr. Conditt and Dr. Blair are able to leave your teeth intact, which means that you can choose to have them removed at any time and return to your normal smile. But with the glamour that thin veneers can provide, why would you ever want to?
Please call us today to plan your thin veneers appointment. We see patients from Fort Worth, Burleson, Keller, North Richland Hills, Arlington, and other close Texas communities. If this is going to be your first time at our office, please take a minute to go over the information on our new patients page. Dr. Kelly Blair, Dr. Conditt and each member of our team are excited to help boost your image with the help of thin veneers.