Ready to Fall in Love With Your Smile?
If you’re looking for a way to revitalize the appearance of your smile, porcelain veneers by Chandler, AZ dentist Dr. Walker may be the solution for you! With his skill and collaboration with top-quality dental labs, he can provide porcelain veneers that have the ability to hide virtually any tooth imperfection, transforming flaws into beautiful new smiles.
Porcelain veneers are ultra-thin shells designed of ceramic porcelain that are carefully bonded to the fronts of the teeth to hide imperfections such as:
Your Cosmetic Consultation
During your consultation, Dr. Walker completes a thorough evaluation. Individual facial features are taken into consideration, including face shape, skin tone, eye color, lip shape, gum length, tooth shape, and tooth length. You and Dr. Walker will discuss the areas of your smile you are unhappy with so that your end result will match your desired outcome. Addressing these areas helps him create gorgeous porcelain veneers and a smile that appears naturally yours.
An assessment of your bite will be completed to make sure it is in an optimal position. If any bite issues are discovered, Dr. Walker will recommend a treatment plan to put it into alignment. Addressing any misalignment of the bite before placing porcelain veneers ensures that your new dentistry will remain unharmed and your new smile will be long-lasting.
It’s important to Dr. Walker that your porcelain veneers come out perfectly. Throughout the treatment process, he works closely with a quality dental lab, making certain that your veneers are being fabricated with the best talent and materials available.
I decided to do something about my teeth when I turned 40. I have never liked pictures of myself smiling and I was embarrassed by my teeth. The decision to go ahead with the procedure was one of the best things I’ve ever done for myself. My new smile has done wonders for my confidence and self-esteem. I have no regrets and owe a big thank you to Dr. Walker and his wonderful team.
Anna S. (Actual Patient)