It can be difficult to feel confident when dental imperfections cause you to feel self-conscious about your smile.
Dr. David A. Cenk can repair tooth cracks, chips, discoloration, and other cosmetic dental problems with natural-looking porcelain veneers.
Learn more about the benefits of this versatile treatment at our El Paso, TX, dental practice...
See The Difference Yourself...
Veneers Address Many Different Problems They Can Fix:
A Beautiful Smile Is Within Reach
If you hide your smile because of imperfections in your teeth, porcelain veneers may be a life-changing solution for you. Dr. Cenk and the team at Redd Road Dental Family use veneers to treat numerous dental flaws and give patients a smile they feel confident in. Dr. Cenk has decades of experience helping patients improve their smiles, and uses the latest dental technology to achieve breathtaking results. For more information, we invite you to contact us online to ask a question. You can also reach us by phone.
Call: (915) 833-3484
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Doctor Cenk and his Staff are the best! Dr. Cenk has been my Dentist since 2014, and always has performed an exceptional job which I'm very thankful about it. Not to mention that his entire staff is highly efficient, qualified and educated. Thank you Dr. Cenk for being there for us!View on Google
Dr. Cenk and his staff are the absolute best in the city. Always professional and try to keep you relaxed with witty conversations. Dr. Cenk always goes above and beyond and provides the best solutions and cosmetics for you. I highly recommend Dr. Cenk and his team for any and all dental work.View on Google
A Closer Look At Porcelain Veneers
Factors Affecting Candidacy
Traditional veneers require a certain amount of enamel so it can be removed and allow the veneers to sit flush with your surrounding teeth. If your natural enamel is thin or weak, our dentist may recommend an alternative procedure to get you better results.
Good Oral Health
Patients with conditions such as tooth decay and gum disease will first need treatment to restore their oral health. Bruxism (teeth grinding) can also impact the success of veneers and should be addressed prior to your cosmetic upgrades.
Ready for Permanent Change
Porcelain veneers will need periodic replacement and maintenance about once every ten years. The procedure is not reversible. While traditional veneers are not the best choice if you are not ready to commit to upkeep, our dentist can offer a less permanent alternative with Lumineers.
The Low-Commitment Alternative Treatment
Traditional veneers require some alteration to your enamel so they can fit naturally under your gums and lie flush with adjacent teeth. If you are not looking to make permanent changes to your smile, our dentist can provide an alternative solution. Lumineers® are an even thinner version of dental veneers that can be placed on a tooth without altering the structure. There are also same-day options that can be placed in just one appointment for rapid enhancement.
While Lumineers are better suited for some dental conditions over others, they can deliver effective, natural-looking transformations for the right patient. During your consultation at our El Paso office, Dr. Cenk will examine your smile and help you choose the optimal type of dental veneer for your needs.
The Traditional Dental Veneer Procedure
Dr. Cenk has decades of experience helping patients improve their smiles, and uses the latest dental technology to achieve breathtaking results.
Cost of Dental Veneers
Quality, lab-made veneers typically cost between $1,000 and $2,500. Lumineers are slightly less expensive running from $800 to $2,000. While dental veneers are pricier than some forms of cosmetic dentistry, it is hard to beat their natural-looking aesthetics and durability. If this seems out of your price range, talk to our dentist about payment options, or alternative treatments that may work better for your budget.
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