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Our Veneers Services

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We’ll consult with you to learn about your goals and to determine whether veneers are the right choice for you.

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Sometimes, we have to remove some of your natural teeth in order to make room for the veneers.

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Veneers Creation

We’ll create the veneers in a lab customized to your teeth from an impression that we take at the office.

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Veneers Fitting

Veneers need to fit perfectly, so we’ll do a fitting to make sure that the veneers are comfortable before placing them.

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Veneers Placement

Once we’re sure of the fit, we’ll place your veneers with dental cement to keep them firmly in place.

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Veneers Maintenance

It’s important to keep your veneers in good shape and while much of that is on you, we can help to keep them maintained.

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Veneers Replacement

Veneers can last many years if they’re well-maintained. Eventually, however, they may need to be replaced.

What Are Veneers?

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Porcelain veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment that can help correct the appearance of stained, chipped, crooked, or poorly spaced teeth. These strong, thin shells of composite resin or porcelain are bonded to the front of your teeth, creating a beautiful new smile in as little as two visits.

What Are Veneers Made of?

While there are a variety of different materials used to make veneers, ours are made of porcelain. This is because porcelain looks and feels very much like natural teeth. It even absorbs and reflects the light in the same way so your smile will look and feel natural.

Why Get Veneers?

Beyond making your teeth look aesthetically appealing, veneers can also provide support for your teeth and protect them from damage if the enamel has been compromised. Veneers can help to transform the look of teeth that are irregularly shaped, have large gaps in between, or have unsightly stains.

The result is that you walk away with a coveted sparkling white smile that you can be proud of!

Who Should Get Veneers?

Veneers can help correct a variety of different appearance issues, ranging from stains and spacing to chips and breaks. However, they’re not the right solution for everyone. If your teeth are lightly stained, your dentist may recommend teeth whitening instead of veneers, for example. Veneers can be a better option for those with more extreme dental appearance issues or for whom whitening and other procedures haven’t worked.

How it works

How the Veneers Process Works

Before you decide that you want veneers, you should know what the process is like.



If you’re considering getting veneers, you’ll need to consult with a dental professional. During the consultation, the dentist will listen to your concerns and examine your teeth to figure out if veneers would be the best way to help you achieve your goals.


Discuss your Options

In some cases, you may be better off relying on other services like teeth whitening or orthodontics to achieve your desired look. The dentist may use a computer program to show you how veneers would look so that you can make an informed decision.


Prepare your Teeth

If you and the dentist agree that veneers are the best option, the dentist will first prepare your teeth by removing some of the natural tooth to make room for the porcelain shell. Your teeth need to be shaped the way you want the veneers to look for the impression.


Take an Impression

We’ll then take an impression of your teeth. This is what will be used to create the veneers so that they sit perfectly on your teeth.


Create the Veneers

After we’ve taken impressions of your teeth, we’ll send those off to a lab where your veneers will be created, customized to exactly match your teeth.


Fit the Veneers

We’ll schedule your second appointment after we’ve received the veneers from the lab. At this time, we’ll fit them to your teeth to make sure that the fit and look are exactly what you want.


Place the Veneers

Once we’re certain that the veneers are the right fit, we’ll place them and bond them to your teeth using dental cement so they stay where they’re supposed to be.


Maintain the Veneers

Most of the maintenance of the veneers will be on you. It’ll be important to practice good oral health habits and eat properly to avoid damaging the veneers. The following are some tips for keeping your veneers in good shape:

  • Avoid biting directly onto foods using the teeth with veneers.
  • Try not to chew hard foods using the teeth with veneers.
  • Fizzy drinks like soda may weaken the bond – try to minimize consumption.
  • Drinks like soda, coffee, and tea can stain them – minimize these as well.


Repair the Veers

Over time, some damage may occur. In many cases, we may be able to repair the veneers to return them to good condition.

STEP 10:

Replace the Veneers

Veneers aren’t supposed to last forever. They can last for many years, but will ultimately need to be replaced eventually. Fortunately, the process is as easy as it was the first time. We’ll take impressions and create the new veneers for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do veneers cause a higher risk of cavities?

Veneers do not create a greater or lower risk of getting a cavity or other mouth disease and decay.

How long do porcelain veneers last?

While veneers can last up to about 20 years, there are a few factors that may call for adjustments and changes. The veneers can chip or crack and the teeth and gums around the veneers may alter how the veneer needs to be shaped or positioned.

Do porcelain veneers stain?

Porcelain veneers are significantly more stain-resistant than teeth or tooth-colored fillings. So, no, you shouldn’t need to worry about your porcelain veneers staining.

Do veneers require any special care or maintenance?

No, porcelain veneers don’t require any special care. Simply brushing and flossing as you normally is sufficient for cleaning your veneers.

Does getting a veneer hurt?

We will numb your mouth before applying your veneer, so you shouldn’t feel any pain during the procedure. In severe cases that require upwards of 8 veneers, you may experience some soreness or discomfort during or after the procedure.

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Dr. Standish has been serving Clay County patients at Eagle Harbor Dental for over 40 years. His daughters Dr. Kelly & Dr. Erin joined the practice and they’ve been creating beautiful smiles as a family ever since. With extensive educations and memberships, our dentists are the best that Fleming Island has to offer.


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