Veneers in Bismarck, ND

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Veneers in Bismarck, ND

What Are Porcelain Veneers?

Veneers are a layer of custom-made shells that fit over the front surface of teeth. They are usually made of porcelain or composite resin material and are a common cosmetic dentistry procedure. Dental veneers are used to enhance the look of a person’s chipped, misaligned, or discolored teeth. They can also close gaps between teeth and lengthen teeth worn down over time.

Veneers in Bismarck, ND

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Dental veneers can be customized to suit your specific needs. Whether you want to protect or lengthen your teeth, our licensed dentist can create a custom solution for you.

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The Benefits of Dental Veneers

Veneers feel and look natural

Veneers are designed to look and feel natural and are almost unnoticeable. They can help improve the appearance of your smile and self-confidence.

They are low maintenance

Veneers are a low-maintenance solution for keeping a beautiful, healthy smile. All you need is to brush and floss your teeth as recommended by your dentist.

Veneers offer quick results

The process of getting veneers usually takes about three appointments and can be completed in just a few weeks.


Dental veneers can cover your cosmetic imperfections for a long time. They can last up to ten years with proper care.

The Veneers Placement Process

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Preparing the teeth

The porcelain veneer placement process begins with teeth preparation which involves removing a small amount of enamel. Your Bismarck dentist will then reshape the teeth and remove any decay or other flaws.

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Taking impressions

Once your teeth are ready for veneers, the dentist will make an impression of your teeth to help fabricate a perfect model of your mouth.

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Placing the new veneers

Once your new veneers are ready, your dentist will fit them to see if they meet your cosmetic goals. And if they do, the dentist will bond them into your teeth using a strong dental cement. Using a curing light, the dentist will harden the cement and complete the placement process.

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Adjusting your new veneers

Veneers are a simple and effective way to improve the appearance of your smile and fix cosmetic dental issues. This procedure has very few side effects. If you experience any side effects, they could stem from an off-bite or temperature sensitivity. In most cases, side effects should disappear on their own.

The dentist near you may also recommend avoiding cold or hot food and drinks for the first few days. Avoiding hard and crunchy foods can also help protect your veneers from damage.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Veneers can last 5-15 years based on the material used and how well they are maintained. Proper oral hygiene and regular dental visits are essential for extending the life of your veneers.

Schedule your first appointment with Dr. Carlson of 701 Dental to get your veneer placement process started at our dental office.

Although veneers are designed to last many years, they are not permanent. They may need to be replaced occasionally due to normal wear and tear and your dental needs.

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