Dental Veneers

Zara’s dental veneers are a thin, personalized shell that dentists can place on the front of the teeth to improve their appearance. Our veneers can effectively conceal discolored, fractured, or misaligned teeth.

Dr. Amer A. Quaddoura
Dr. Ashraf Baytalthab

General Dentist

What Are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers could be the ideal solution to enhance your smile if you are experiencing severe dental problems such as significant tooth discoloration, chipped or fractured teeth, or gaps that alternative methods cannot remedy. Dental veneers, also known as dental porcelain laminates or porcelain veneers, are thin shells made of material that matches the color of the adjacent teeth and are customized to fit each patient’s unique needs. Dental veneers enhance your dental aesthetics by concealing the front surfaces of your teeth. Furthermore, dental veneers offer a lasting resolution since they are affixed to your teeth to modify their form, brightness, hue, or dimensions.


Benefits of Dental Veneers

What Are Dental Veneers Materials?

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers

Resin Composite Veneers

Resin Composite Veneers

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Specialists & Dentists Under one Roof

Dr. Amer A. Quaddoura
Dr. Amer A. Quaddoura

Sedation Specialist

Dr. Aliakbar Setarehaseman
Dr. Aliakbar Setarehaseman

Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Alireza Hourfar
Dr. Alireza Hourfar


Affordable Dental Veneers in Houston

Houston Veneers are a great way to improve your smile and boost your self-esteem, and they might be the answer for you. However, before you decide on a treatment, you should consider the pros and cons to make a good choice. Talk to our dentists at Zara Dental about what you want to change about your appearance and find out if dental veneers are an excellent choice for you. Call us today to schedule your appointment, or set one up on our website.
A dentist showcasing dental veneers and choosing the right colour for the patient with a bright smile on his face

More About Dental Veneers


What's the Difference between Veneers & Dental Crowns?

Porcelain veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment that enhances teeth' appearance by covering the front surface. In contrast, a dental crown is a restorative dental treatment that encompasses the entire tooth structure to enhance its strength and safeguard it against damage. Veneers are a cosmetic dental procedure. To clarify, cosmetic procedures enhance the appearance of your smile, but they may not necessarily improve the structural integrity of your teeth or address any existing issues. Although dental crowns can improve the appearance of your teeth, their primary function is to restore teeth that have been severely damaged due to decay or trauma.


Are Zara's Dental Veneers Permanent?

Most dental veneers are permanent, so you can't take them off. On the other hand, some veneers can be taken off and put back on, especially those that require little to no preparation. Veneers usually last 10 to 15 years with the proper care and attention.


What Are the Advantages of Dental Veneers?

There are many good things about dental veneers. As an example: 1. Veneers can really change how your smile looks.
2. They blend in with your real teeth, so they look like your real teeth.
3. Tooth enamel is more likely to get stained than veneers.
4. Veneers don't require any special care. 5. They can last for 10 to 15 years if you take good care of them.


Are Veneers Harmful to Your Teeth?

Nope. Your teeth won't suffer any damage from veneers. Dental caries can still affect the underlying natural tooth structure, though. Prioritizing brushing, flossing, and making regular dental cleaning appointments is what we advise.

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Who Needs Dental Veneers in Houston?

Teeth That Aren't the Right Shape

Teeth That Aren't the Right Shape

Diastema (Gaps or Spaces in Your Smile)

Diastema (Gaps or Spaces in Your Smile)

Broken or Chipped Teeth

Broken or Chipped Teeth

Teeth That Aren't Big Enough

Teeth That Aren't Big Enough

Stains That Don't Get Better When You Whiten Your Teeth

Stains That Don't Get Better When You Whiten Your Teeth

Types of Dental Veneers

Your dentist will speak with you prior to veneer placement to determine the best course of action and the quantity of veneers necessary. If your teeth are crooked or have uneven lengths, you may need orthodontic treatment before applying veneers.

To assess the current state of your teeth, a dentist often captures X-ray images of them. During the next stage, we examine for indications of dental caries, periodontal disease, or the necessity for endodontic treatment. Veneers may not be the most suitable option based on your dental condition.
Your dentist will use a grinding tool to remove about a half millimeter of enamel from each tooth before taking an impression (mold) of your teeth at your future appointment. This is to ensure that your veneers are of the appropriate size. The dental laboratory will utilize this impression to fabricate your veneers.

Here are some tips to make sure your veneers look and feel great:

  • Brush your teeth at least twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste that doesn’t scratch your teeth.
  • Use dental floss once a day.
  • Use an antibacterial mouthwash twice a day.
  • Avoid using them as tools (such as opening packages or tearing off clothing tags).
  • Get regular checkups and cleanings at Zara Dental.

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Thanks to the progress of dental science, you have nothing to worry about for any dental service you need, such as dental implants, tooth extraction, root canal, etc.

Call us today and give yourself the oral care and hygiene you deserve.