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Porcelain Veneers

Minor flaws affecting your teeth can have serious effects and make you reluctant to laugh, speak, and smile around others.

Thanks to porcelain veneers, Dr. Chan Wilkhu and Dr. Mark Moffitt can revitalize your smile, masking concerns and boosting your confidence.

We offer sedation and accept financing at our Merritt Island, FL, practice to make veneers treatment accessible and stress-free.

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Joe Addeo

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Always great expertise, Dr. Moffitt and Dr. Wilkhu are top notch. Dimi is a great hygienist for your routine cleaning. My family will never go anywhere else.

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These guys rock. Always an awesome experience when we go. Very friendly.

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Good Candidates for Porcelain Veneers

While versatile, veneers aren't for everyone. Here are some basic criteria that must be met to get veneers. Dr. Moffitt or Dr. Wilkhu will perform a full exam to assess your candidacy during your visit.

Issues with the Front Teeth

Porcelain veneers are designed to be bonded to the front teeth, which makes them ideal for the areas that show when you smile. If you are unhappy with flaws in your back teeth, we might recommend dental bonding.
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Good Overall Dental Health

Patients interested in veneers should be in good dental health. They should only be suffering from cosmetic flaws of the teeth. Any structural or gum problems will require restorative dentistry.
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Sufficient Tooth Enamel

A small amount of enamel (less than one millimeter) needs to be removed to place a veneer. Patients should have enough healthy enamel so that getting a veneer won't compromise a tooth's strength.

Committed to Long-Term Care

To make sure your results last 15 years or longer, patients must commit to long-term aftercare. This includes avoiding tobacco products, practicing good oral hygiene, and ending bad habits that harm your teeth and porcelain.

Contact Our Experienced Dentists About Dental Veneers

Porcelain veneers are just one of the many cosmetic dentistry options available at our Merritt Island practice. During your visit to our practice, our dentists will go over all potential treatments for the teeth and gums so you can make a confident decision about your dental health and wellness.

Dr. Chan Wilkhu is a member of the American Dental Association, the Florida Dental Association, the Central Florida District Dental Association, the Brevard County Dental Society, and the International Dental Implant Association. Dr. Mark Moffitt brings almost four decades of dentistry experience to our practice. He placed his first set of dental veneers in 1987, and continues to keep up with the latest innovations in cosmetic dentistry.

For more information about dental veneers and if they're right for you, be sure to contact our dentists online. You can also reach our office at:

(321) 459-2444

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Sam Talluto

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Great new clean facility. The staff and DMDs are top notch and would recommend to anyone looking for a dentist.

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Martin Gardner

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My visit was pleasant and professional. Appointment was on time. Work completed painlessly, without delay. Everyone was friendly. I felt everything was done right.

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Porcelain Veneers Treatment Timeline

On average, placing porcelain veneers requires two dental visits roughly two weeks apart. Here is a step-by-step breakdown of the dental veneers treatment process.
Porcelain veneers are one of the most versatile cosmetic solutions available today.
Porcelain veneers are one of the most versatile cosmetic solutions available today.

Assessing Patients' Candidacy

During your initial consultation, our dentists perform a full exam using digital x-rays and 3D CT scanners. We'll also discuss your treatment goals and the benefits of the procedure.
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Prepping the Treated Teeth

A small amount of enamel is carefully removed from the front of the tooth or teeth to ensure a proper fit. Mild nitrous oxide sedation can be used to help patients relax during the procedure.

Taking Impressions

Next, a digital impression is taken of each prepped tooth. The high-quality impression is sent to a dental lab for the veneers to be custom fabricated.

Receiving Temporary Veneers

Temporary veneers are placed while waiting for the final veneers to be completed at the lab. We'll provide instructions for cleaning and caring for these temporary appliances.

Crafting the Veneers

Skilled lab technicians fashion custom veneers for a comfortable fit and natural appearance. The color of your natural teeth, which can be whitened beforehand, is taken into account during this process for optimal results.

Experiencing Your Final Results

When patients return to our practice, the temporary veneers are removed. The permanent restorations are checked for fit and adjusted if necessary before they are secured in place.

The Cost of Porcelain Veneers Pricing and Payment Options

Many patients have concerns about the cost of porcelain veneers. Our Merritt Island dentists will gladly answer questions about the price of veneers and payment options.

Average Cost of Dental Veneers

The average cost of porcelain veneers can vary. The price is determined by the number of veneers required, the materials used, and the complexity of the patient's case. We can provide a full cost breakdown of the procedure and discuss payment options during your visit.

Payment and Financing Options

To put treatment within reach for as many people as possible, our dentists accept cash, check, credit cards, and dental financing. Financing plans through CareCredit® make procedures like veneers and dental implants more affordable for patients thanks to monthly installments.
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Our team of friendly dental professionals can help you and your family enjoy beautiful, healthy smiles for years to come. Our dentists are members of a number of professional associations including:

  • American Dental Association
  • Florida Dental Association
  • International Dental Implant Association

To schedule a consultation at our Merritt Island, FL, office contact us online or call (321) 459-2444.

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