Porcelain Veneers - Rohnert Park, CA

Restore, Rejuvenate, or Recreate Your Smile with Porcelain Veneers

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Boost your confidence with a new, attractive smile

An attractive smile is a desirable quality in both business and social settings but not everyone is happy with the appearance of their smile. If you want to feel and look better, talk to Dr. Soonmyo Wheeler about cosmetic solutions such as porcelain veneers. Veneers are a natural-looking tooth restoration option for patients who want to mask a few flaws and maintain a beautiful, whiter, and youthful-looking smile for years to come.

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“Porcelain Veneers provide instant results. They are a great way to improve your smile in which reflects who you truly are.”
Soonmyo Wheeler DDS FAACP

Best candidates for porcelain veneers

Veneers are the ideal solution for almost anyone who wants to improve their smile. Whether you’re self-conscious about cracked teeth, a few misaligned teeth, or small gaps between teeth, Dr. Wheeler can rebuild and restore your smile without painful treatments or surgery.
You may be a great candidate for porcelain veneers if you have:

How veneers work

Veneers are a simple cosmetic fix for patients with minor flaws. Veneers are very thin structures that are bonded to the front of the tooth permanently, masking any chips, cracks, and other cosmetic flaws that could be taking away from your smile. Porcelain is a very durable material so you can expect your veneers to last at least a couple of decades with proper care. The procedure itself is relatively painless and you can enjoy instant results.

Veneers can be especially beneficial for those who want to refresh and rejuvenate their smile even though their existing teeth are healthy. In fact, veneers can strengthen existing teeth and look and feel just like your real teeth.

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How Porcelain Veneers Procedure Works

Dr. Wheeler offers several cosmetic solutions to restore and recreate your smile. Learn more about your options today!

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