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Composite Veneers in Dallas, TX

Improve Your Smile In One Visit!

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A Non-Invasive Smile Makeover

Do you want to improve your smile but you’re short on time? Chairside veneers, also known as composite veneers, might be the perfect solution for you. This innovative cosmetic dentistry service offers a quick and convenient way to give your smile a major boost in just one visit! 

What are Composite Veneers?

Composite veneers use a tooth-colored resin material which is directly to the front surface of your teeth to improve their appearance. The resin material is shaped and moulded to seamlessly blend in with the surrounding teeth.

They’re a great choice for a variety of concerns, such as:

  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Worn teeth
  • Stained teeth
  • Unevenly shaped teeth

They can also be used to lengthen teeth or make them appear straighter.

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A patient after getting chairside veneers

How are Chairside Veneers Placed?

  1. Consultation and Preparation: Dr. Bishop will first discuss your goals and examine your teeth. He might lightly buff the surface of your teeth to create a better bond for the veneer.

  2. Color Matching: Now it’s time to choose the perfect shade! Dr. Bishop will use a shade guide to find a composite resin color that closely matches your natural teeth.

  3. Anesthesia (Optional): If your teeth are particularly sensitive you can opt for local anaesthesia but most of our patients don’t find the procedure uncomfortable.

  4. Bonding: A special bonding agent is applied to your tooth to create a strong connection for the veneer.

  5. Shaping and Sculpting: Dr. Bishop skillfully applies thin layers of composite resin onto your tooth, shaping it to the desired look. A special light cures (hardens) each layer.

  6. Polishing and Finishing: Once the perfect shape is achieved, Dr. Bishop polishes the veneer for a natural-looking shine.

The Same-Day Difference!

Here’s why our patients love chairside veneers for a quick smile makeover:

  • Convenience and Speed: Chairside veneers can be completed in just one visit. The composite resin is applied and sculpted directly onto your teeth, eliminating the need for multiple appointments and waiting for lab-fabricated veneers.

  • Minimal Tooth Removal: They typically require minimal removal of your natural tooth enamel. This preserves more of your tooth structure and minimizes potential sensitivity.

  • Natural Appearance: Modern composite materials are highly esthetic and can be precisely matched to the color of your surrounding teeth. In the skilled hands of our cosmetic dentist, composite veneers can achieve a very natural-looking and beautiful result.

  • Versatility: Composites can address a wide range of cosmetic concerns, including chipped or cracked teeth, gaps between teeth, worn or unevenly shaped teeth, and even mild to moderate discoloration.

  • Cost-Effective: Compared to porcelain veneers, composite veneers are more affordable. This can be a significant advantage if you’re looking for a budget-friendly smile makeover option.

  • Reversible: While they are designed to last, composite veneers can be repaired or replaced if needed. In some cases, the dentist might be able to simply add more composite material for minor repairs.

  • Comfort: The procedure for placing composite veneers is generally well-tolerated, and anesthesia is often not required.


Q: How long do composite veneers last?

A: Composite veneers typically last for 5 to 7 years with good care. This can vary depending on several factors, such as your oral hygiene habits, diet, and if you have habits like teeth grinding. Maintaining good brushing and flossing routines, avoiding hard or chewy foods, and wearing a nightguard if you grind your teeth can all help keep your teeth looking their best!

Q: Will they cause tooth sensitivity?

A: You might experience some temporary sensitivity after the procedure, especially if anesthesia wasn’t used. This is usually mild and should subside within a few days. Please let us know right away if you have any lingering sensitivity.

Q: Can they discolor with time?

A: Yes, composite veneers can stain or discolor over time more easily than porcelain veneers. Dark colored foods and beverages (coffee, red wine, etc.) and smoking can all contribute to staining. However, regular dental cleanings and good oral hygiene can help keep discoloration at bay. Dr. Bishop might be able to polish or resurface the veneers to address minor staining.

Q: Who should consider porcelain veneers instead?

Porcelain veneers are a good alternative to consider if:

  • Durability is a top priority: Porcelain veneers generally last longer than composite veneers, often lasting 10 to 15 years or even longer with proper care.
  • You’re prone to staining: If you enjoy dark colored foods and drinks or smoke, porcelain veneers are more stain resistant.
  • You need a significant correction: Porcelain veneers might offer a more durable and long-lasting solution for major chips, cracks, or misshapen teeth.


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A happy patient after getting veneers in Dallas, TX

Transform Your Smile Faster!

Whether you’ve got an important event coming up or you’re just tired of hiding that pesky chip, composite veneers can give you a quick and natural-looking smile makeover. Give us a call or book online so Dr. Bishop can evaluate whether chairside veneers are right for you smile!


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