Veneers Specialist

Alexandra Peri, DDS -  - Cosmetic & General Dentistry

MI-nt Dental

Alexandra Peri, DDS

Cosmetic & General Dentistry & Dental Sleep Medicine located in Bloomfield Hills, MI

Reform an imperfect smile with porcelain veneers. At Mint Dental in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Alexandra Peri, DDS, provides these custom-made thin sheets of porcelain to cover the front surface of your teeth and enhance their brightness and appearance. Call the office or schedule an appointment online to learn how the expert placement of veneers can improve your smile and boost your self-confidence.

Veneers Q & A

What are veneers?

Veneers are thin, custom-made sheets of tooth-colored porcelain that cover the front surface of your teeth. They’re no thicker than a contact lens but dramatically improve the appearance of your smile and protect your teeth from damage. Veneers permanently correct cosmetic dental complaints.

Who should consider veneers?

If you have complaints about your smile, veneers can help. Dr. Peri may recommend them to correct issues such as:

  • Discolored or yellowing teeth, especially those that are unresponsive to traditional whitening methods
  • Broken or chipped teeth
  • Minor misalignments
  • Gapped teeth

Dr. Peri considers the current oral health and condition of your teeth. She gives you an image of what your smile will look like with the veneers so you can picture the outcome and decide if the procedure is right for you. The veneers are colored to match the shade of your natural teeth or to whiten them gently to boost your smile.

Porcelain veneers give your teeth a personalized shape, length, and color that enhances your overall smile. Dr. Peri helps you achieve a look that’s functional and natural while vastly improving your smile.

What is it like to have veneers applied?

To apply veneers, Dr. Peri files off a small layer of your existing enamel to make space for the thin layer of porcelain that makes up the veneer. This way, you have enough room in your mouth and no interruption in tooth function.

She adheres to the customized veneer to your teeth using a light-sensitive resin. A specialized light helps it harden and your new smile is ready to go.

How does oral hygiene change when I have veneers?

You don’t need to make changes to your oral hygiene habits when you have veneers. Brush twice daily, floss once daily, and schedule regular professional cleanings. Always alert the staff at your professional cleaning about your veneers so they can take care when cleaning to avoid any damage. With proper oral care, your veneers can last for decades.

If you have complaints about the look of your smile, discuss the possibility of veneers with Dr. Peri. Call Mint Dental or book an appointment online.