BENEFITS OF VENEERS

  • Whiter brighter smile
  • Strengthening of damaged teeth
  • Concealing surface flaws, such as chips, discoloration, and irregular shape
  • Porcelain veneers are stain resistant
  • Increased confidence and self-esteem
  • Natural looking smile
  • Durable, long lasting results
  • Affordable and safe

Discover Dental Houston is a leading dental office in the Houston area, catering to individuals who require medical and vanity dental procedures. Our team is experienced, friendly, and knowledgeable about all the available services we offer. We aim to make every patient feel comfortable and relaxed in our clinic, removing all the stress and worry that an average dentist visit brings. We do this by keeping our clients informed and offering a positive experience at every visit.

One of the most common questions we receive is, "how often should I visit the dentist?" We recommend a visit every 3-6 months, depending on your dental history. This removes the possibility of deep cavities, infections, and other dental issues. Here at Discover Dental Houston, we invite our patients to explore all aspects of dentistry during their visits, including the many services and products they may not have considered before. These include Lumineers, pediatric dentistry, dentures, endodontics, restorative dentistry, maxillogacial surgery, implantation dentistry, Invisalign, and cosmetic dentistry. One of our more popular cosmetic dentistry products is called veneers.

Veneers are made of composite resin or a special type of porcelain and lain over your existing teeth to cover imperfections. These thin tooth shaped shells cover your actual teeth to make your smile appear whiter, straighter, and to hide chipped or misshapen teeth. Veneers are one of the most popular ways to correct smile imperfections and have been used for decades. The first veneers were actually invented for a film shoot in the late 1920's to change an actor's smile on screen. Now, they're worn by everyone from celebrities to college students.

If you're interested in learning more about veneers and how they could change your smile, visit us today, or contact our office for more information. Dr. Tran is always happy to hear from new or returning clients.