Porcelain Veneers

Are you tired of hiding your smile due to insecurities about your teeth? With Legacy Dental’s porcelain veneers in Omaha, you don’t have to feel self-conscious. These custom-made, thin shells are placed over the front surface of your teeth to transform your smile into a beautiful, natural-looking one. Our experienced dentists will work with you to craft the perfect veneers for your needs and desires.

With veneers, you can confidently show off a flawless, Hollywood-worthy smile. With our porcelain veneers, you can have the smile of your dreams without any invasive or painful procedures. You’ll feel more confident and ready to take on any situation that comes your way with a bright and beautiful grin.

Get in touch and schedule a consultation for porcelain veneers at Legacy Dental!

What is a Porcelain Veneer?

Porcelain veneers are a type of porcelain that we can bond over the front portion of the teeth to change their shape, size, or color. We can also use them to correct minor crowding, spacing, or chipping. Veneers are extremely thin (0.3mm thick, about the thickness of a business card). Dr. Semerad and Dr. Larsen use only the most superior porcelain systems in cosmetic dentistry. This means that their veneers are beautiful, life-like, and durable.

How Much are Veneers?

The cost of porcelain veneers can vary widely depending on several factors, including the complexity of your case. A critical first step is scheduling a consultation with our team so we can provide you with a personalized estimate. This meeting is not just a formal introduction but a pivotal moment to discuss your expectations, explore the possibilities, and fully understand the investment required for your smile transformation. Remember, investing in porcelain veneers is not just about enhancing your appearance; it’s about investing in your self-assurance and the quality of your smile for years to come.

What are the Benefits?

Porcelain veneers offer a transformational remedy for dental imperfections, merging aesthetics with functionality in a seamless solution. Unlike natural teeth, they provide a natural, brighter smile but also boast durability against stains from coffee, tea, and smoking. Their resistance to wear and discoloration and the ability to correct issues like gaps, chips, or misalignment make porcelain veneers a compelling option for those seeking to enhance their smile. Furthermore, applying veneers is minimally invasive, preserving more of the natural tooth structure while providing an immediate improvement in appearance. This straightforward solution effectively addresses cosmetic concerns, enhancing self-confidence and a willingness to share one’s smile with the world.

What is the Process to Get Veneers?​

Dr. Semerad and Dr. Larsen use the most advanced techniques to ensure a beautiful result you will love. First, they digitally design your veneers and simulate their appearance in your photo. Together, you will adjust the simulated veneers in your image until you love the look of the veneers. 

Next, they will transfer the photo design into your mouth as a temporary mock-up. This mock-up takes only minutes to try in your mouth and is painless. Once you love the shape of your mocked-up veneers, we’ll make your permanent veneers duplicate the veneers of your mock-up.

The day you return to fit the veneers, we will remove your temporary veneers and try the permanent veneers.  Once you are certain you love the look of the veneers, we will permanently bond them to your teeth.  Often, at this time, we will make molds of the final veneers so that a night guard can be made to protect your veneers while you sleep.

Porcelain Veneers in Omaha

Dr. Semerad and Dr. Larsen are experts in creating dazzling smiles. Legacy Dental uses a fully digital process to ensure you love your final result. They use only the most up-to-date technology, the highest quality materials, and ceramists to ensure your veneers are beautiful and long-lasting. Book online to get started!

We also offer general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and implant dentistry in Omaha, Nebraska.