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Show Off A Stunning Smile Zone

Have a few chipped, gapped, worn or discolored teeth? These might not cause much physical discomfort, but they sure can be embarrassing. Especially if those flawed teeth are upfront—in your “smile zone.” We offer solutions that hide imperfections and restore both the beauty of your smile and your confidence. Two of them, in fact. Driven by advanced training and experience in cosmetic dentistry—and a passion for esthetics—we’re your ideal choice for Lumineers® and porcelain veneers in New Albany, MS. What’s more, we can give you the results you want with just two visits!

Two Visits, Two Treatment Options

Porcelain veneers and Lumineers are thin, strong pieces of high-quality material that we apply to the front of your flawed smile zone teeth. Porcelain is used because it closely matches the appearance and durability of real tooth enamel. Both provide reliable protection for your teeth for a lifetime. Treatment for both requires minimal anesthesia. So, what’s the difference between the two options? With porcelain veneers, we remove a small layer of your natural tooth enamel to make the new coating fit properly. For some patients, these are a more cost-effective option than Lumineers—considered more of a “premium” model. Thinner than porcelain veneers, Lumineers don’t require us to remove as much or any existing tooth enamel. This makes placement quicker.

When placing either solution, our team pays close attention to your overall oral esthetics. Each slender sliver of material is customized to fit your existing teeth flawlessly. They’re meant to last. Once we apply them, they’re there to stay. With the way they make your teeth look healthy and renewed, you’ll be happy to have them for a decade or more. You’ll also speak and eat more comfortably and confidently afterward. Whether you’re seeking a full smile makeover or just want veneers or Lumineers on their own, you’ll end up with a seamless smile you’ll want to share with the world immediately!

Do You Need Veneers Or Lumineers?

You might, if you have any of the following:
  • Chipped teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Stained teeth
  • Unevenly sized teeth
  • Inconsistently colored teeth
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