Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that are custom-fitted over your natural teeth. Think of this cosmetic dentistry treatment as a manicure for your smile. Using new biomaterials, Dr. Kneib can change the shape, color, and length of your teeth, improving your smile without the need for invasive treatments.
We use ultra-thin porcelain veneers to correct chipped, weakened, or discolored teeth. And our veneers can return real structural integrity to damaged teeth while leaving them looking as good or better than the originals as seen in the photos to the right.
An accurate impression is fundamental to a successful outcome in restorative dentistry. Besides conventional impression taking, Dr. Kneib conducts digital impressions with Cadent iTero for consistent, superior results.
What does cosmetic dentistry fix?
How does the appearance of my teeth affect me?
The appearance of the teeth has a dramatic effect on both the person's attractiveness to others and on their own self-image and self-esteem. Studies have shown that a person's appearance will have a strong effect on their social and career success by influencing how others perceive them.
While the appearance of the teeth is one of the most important contributors to facial beauty, it is also probably the most often neglected when improvements to appearance are sought. A person with low self-esteem connected to their facial appearance can often be greatly helped by dental procedures.
Dental makeovers at Kneib Dentistry have become more common, less invasive, and more effective in correcting deformities and dental problems. The effect of these procedures can be nothing short of dramatic both in terms of appearance and also in terms of correcting, at least partially, personality deficiencies caused by poor self-image. Ugly teeth are no longer a matter of fate; they are now becoming a matter of choice.