Does your smile suffer from cracks, chips, alignment issues or discoloration? Our dental veneers in Katy, TX are a comfortable and quick solution for concealing these minor dental flaws, improving the look of your smile.
Our Katy porcelain veneers, also known as laminates, are thin porcelain shells, that are custom-made to fit perfectly over your natural teeth. Due to the simplicity, comfortability, affordability, and versatility, of cosmetic veneers, they are an extremely common form of cosmetic dentistry used to restore a smile. The most common reasons our patients receive cosmetic veneers include:
During your appointment at our Katy cosmetic dentist office, we will evaluate your teeth and overall oral health to determine if veneers are the right option for you. We will help you select a color/shade that looks natural and beautiful for your veneers to be created with. Once they have been fabricated, your teeth will need to be prepared for the veneers so that they fit comfortably and look natural. Once veneers have been bonded to the teeth, they are durable, stain resistant and virtually unnoticeable.
Looking for porcelain veneers in Katy, TX? Ready for the smile you’ve always dreamed of? Contact our Katy dental clinic today to schedule your appointment! We’d be happy to evaluate your teeth to determine if our Katy porcelain veneers are the right treatment option for you.
2 Exams, 2 Basic Cleanings, Fluoride, & X-Rays ($630 value) for the year as well as 25% off ALL Restorative Treatment
$79New Patient Special
Comprehensive Exam, Oral Cancer Screening, Full X-Ray & Basic Cleaning.
$250Teeth Whitening Special
Zoom Whitening for patients who see us for routine 6-month visits.
$49New Patient Special: Exam & X-ray
Dr Jeffrey Chu received his B.A degree in Accounting from University of California Santa Barbara. After working as a financial analyst for a few years, he realized he enjoys working and interacting with people directly. He chose to pursue dentistry and earned his DDS from New York University College of Dentistry in 2005.