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Porcelain Veneers in Glendora, CA

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Dentist fitting porcelain veneers in Glendora, CA.

Veneers are a cosmetic dentistry treatment designed to enhance the appearance of your teeth and smile. They are ultra-thin shells made from porcelain or composite resin material, tailored to fit over the front surface of your teeth to hide imperfections and enhance your smile. Unlike crowns, which encase the entire tooth, veneers are bonded only to the front portion of your teeth, offering a natural-looking smile enhancement.

What Issues Can Veneers Address?

Our high-quality veneers in Glendora, CA, are a versatile way to improve your smile by masking various dental concerns. This includes:

  • Discoloration stemming from root canal treatments, tetracycline stains, excessive fluoride or large resin fillings 
  • Teeth worn down by grinding or other habits
  • Chipped, cracked or broken teeth 
  • Misaligned, uneven or irregularly-shaped teeth can be made to look more uniform 
  • Gaps between teeth can be closed without orthodontic treatment
Types of Veneers


Porcelain veneers are the gold standard when it comes to smile transformations. This is largely due to their durability and tooth-like appearance. Porcelain resists stains better than resin and can mimic the light-reflecting properties of natural teeth. Dr. Mariam and Dr. Yara custom-make each veneer in our lab to match your teeth's color and shape. In just two to three visits, you’ll be able to unveil a radiant, stunning smile!


Composite veneers use durable tooth-colored resin material, the same we use for fillings, to disguise minor imperfections in just one visit. With its versatility and ability to perfectly match your surrounding teeth, composite veneers offer an excellent, affordable and convenient way to transform your smile. The teeth do not require much preparation, which makes this treatment reversible and non-invasive.

What you should know about veneers before visiting our dental office:

What To Expect

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For porcelain veneers, the process typically involves consultation, tooth preparation (removing a small amount of enamel), taking impressions, and then bonding the custom-made veneers to the teeth in a subsequent visit. This process may take several weeks.

Composite veneers, on the other hand, can often be completed in a single visit. The dentist applies a composite resin material directly to the teeth, sculpts it to the desired shape, and then hardens it with a special light, followed by polishing to mimic the sheen of natural teeth.

Our Digital Process

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Our digital process for veneers typically involves using advanced digital imaging and CAD/CAM technology to design and create the veneers. This method starts with a digital scan of your teeth, eliminating the need for traditional impressions. The digital images are then used to design the veneers with precision, ensuring a perfect fit and appearance. The final design is sent to a milling machine, which fabricates the veneers from a block of porcelain in one visit, offering a quick and highly accurate solution for enhancing your smile.

Do Veneers Hurt

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Getting veneers typically involves minimal pain. Most patients experience little to no discomfort during the procedure, especially since it usually requires only a small amount of tooth enamel to be removed. Local anesthesia can be used to prevent pain during this preparation phase. After the veneers are placed, there might be some sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures for a few days, but this is generally mild and temporary.

How Long Will They Last?

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Porcelain veneers can last between 10 to 15 years, while composite veneers have a shorter lifespan, typically lasting between 5 to 7 years. The longevity of both types of veneers depends on how well they are taken care of, including good oral hygiene practices, avoiding hard foods that can chip or damage the veneers, and regular dental check-ups.

How Do I Care For Teeth With Veneers?

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Caring for teeth with veneers involves practicing good oral hygiene by brushing twice a day with a non-abrasive toothpaste, flossing daily, and visiting the dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings. Avoid biting hard objects and foods to prevent chipping or damaging the veneers. Wearing a mouthguard during sports or if you grind your teeth at night can also protect them. This routine helps maintain both your natural teeth and the veneers, ensuring their longevity and your oral health.

Get Started With Veneers in Glendora, CA, Today!

Call (626) 963-3322 and schedule a consultation at our Glendora dental office.

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