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At North Texas Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, watching patients see their brilliant new smiles for the first time is the highlight of our day. Sometimes referred to as instant orthodontics, veneers can dramatically transform your smile. A set of veneers can correct chips, stains, and even deeply discolored teeth.

But they can also alter the length and size of teeth or help give the appearance of a straight tooth where there is not. While it may sound dramatic, it isn’t. Veneers provide a highly conservative approach to esthetic smile makeovers.

Veneers are the ultimate combination of dental art and science, handcrafted and customized to fit your smile. These paper-thin pieces of porcelain bond to the outside of your natural teeth. But just because they’re thin, don’t be fooled. Veneers are highly versatile and can replicate all the complex nuances of a natural tooth.


A lot of diagnostic work and careful planning goes into a treatment plan that includes veneers. Models, photographs, and digital x-ray allow you and Our doctors to create a perfect blueprint to guide your treatment from start to finish. Like all successful projects, this planning can’t be compromised. Our doctors will consider your input and incorporate your desires into your veneer case, from color to shape and everything in between.


Once our doctors plan your case, it will take around two appointments before you leave with a stunning new smile. At the first visit, the teeth are gently prepared to allow space for the ultra-thin porcelain to be crafted by a master lab technician.

Our doctors will create temporary restorations that mimic the veneers, which you’ll wear for up to three weeks. These temporaries provide a preview of your new smile and lets you try it out to see if any further changes are needed.

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After your veneers have been masterfully crafted to our doctors’ specific instructions, you’ll return for a second appointment. Our doctors will try in each veneer and evaluate the appearance and fit.

They will go through several steps to precisely bond the thin veneers to the surface of your teeth, creating an incredibly strong bond between tooth and porcelain. Minor adjustments to your bite and a final polish will leave you with a smile that may have you wondering why you waited so long to find North Texas Family and Cosmetic Dentistry.

‘‘Dr. Callier & his staff are amazing! My teeth are beautiful after Invisalign & veneers! I can’t stop smiling! They do the best work & I wouldn’t go any where else!’’
Pamela Fields


Porcelain veneers are the most common type of dental veneer. They are made of tooth-colored ceramic, custom, versatile, stain-resistant, and may last up to 15 years. Another advantage is that they are minimally invasive and fairly conservative, especially when compared to alternative treatments such as crowns.
Porcelain veneers can last up to 20 years. According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, porcelain veneers’ average lifespan is about 12 years. But the long-term success of veneers depends on several factors, including: Quality of the veneers.
Replacing veneers typically happens about 15-20 years after they were placed. Some of the signs that it’s time to replace your porcelain veneers are that they are chipped or cracked.
Porcelain veneers can last up to 10–15 years. They are created and customized in a dental laboratory. Porcelain naturally has a translucent quality that’s similar to tooth enamel.


A healthy smile is a beautiful smile.