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What is a veneer?

Dental veneers are thin covers that adhere to teeth to give teeth a more classically shaped look. We offer a variety of dental veneer options to choose from. Talk to your dentist about what’s best for you.

We know you have questions.

Accent Dental Group is the leading expert in dental veneers and we’re here to help you understand what they are and how they may benefit you. For more information please ask any member of our team.

Benefits of Dental Veneers

Veneers can be used to correct a wide range of dental issues, such as:

  • teeth that are stained and can’t be whitened by bleaching
  • chipped or worn teeth
  • crooked or misshapen teeth
  • uneven spaces or a large gap between the upper front teeth

What are veneers made of?

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Veneers are made of either porcelain or composite resin material. Your dentist will help you choose the material that is best for you. Each type of veneer has its own benefits.


What are porcelain veneers?

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A porcelain veneer is a thin shell that is custom-made to fit on the tooth.

What are some benefits of porcelain veneers?

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  • they are strong and long-lasting
  • they have a natural-looking surface
  • less tooth enamel needs to be removed than with a crown or cap
  • they don’t stain easily

Other Services

Dental Implants

A dental implant can closely be described as a “screw” that is placed in the jawbone. This “screw” replaces the root of a tooth once it is extracted and gives a solid base to attach an artificial tooth, or crown.



A denture is a replacement for permanent teeth that have been lost. Dentures are not a fixed appliance, meaning that they can be taken out of the mouth without the help of a dental professional. These dentures will take the place of any lost teeth, but they will take some time to get used to.


Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the teeth at the furthest posterior (back) of the mouth. These are the teeth that typically appear in the mid to late teen years and erupt behind the first and second molar teeth.