veneers corpus christi

Our highly qualified dentists, Dr. Jason Packard and Dr. Art Boss at Boss Dental Care in Corpus Christi recommend the dental veneers procedure to improve the appearance of your teeth. Porcelain veneers are custom made shells of colors similar to the natural color of your teeth. Our dentists will consult with you before selecting the best material and color that matches your teeth. Moreover, we also make sure that you experience minimum pain during the dental veneer procedure.

Porcelain Veneers

Dr. Boss and Dr. Packard’s veneers procedure are the best Corpus Christi has to offer. They are more often than not recommended by dentists for bonding the front of teeth in order to change the color, size, shape or length of the tooth. These dental veneers are made of resin composite materials and porcelain.

What Can Veneers Fix?

Porcelain veneers can correct stains and discoloration that are not likely to respond to whitening treatments. They can also correct gapping, crowding, misalignment and even change the length of your teeth. Some dental conditions require more extensive treatments, like braces or crowns, but porcelain veneers can work wonders on teeth that have minor to moderate imperfections.

Should I Do Bonding, Veneers or Porcelain Crowns?

If you have only a few teeth that are problematic, bonding can be a good solution. However, if the damage or discoloration crosses a number of teeth, porcelain veneers can be the better alternative. Porcelain crowns can correct a single tooth, or several. If you are considering a full smile makeover and have several damaged teeth, porcelain veneers can be a more economical solution, assuming that crowns are not needed to restore functionality as well.

Veneers vs. Lumineers

Lumineers are thinner veneers. To install traditional veneers, your dentist will need to remove a bit of your tooth enamel in order to ensure that the veneers fit properly. Lumineers can often be installed with little preparation, or even no preparation.

Do Veneers Stain?

Porcelain veneers resist stains better than resin materials. They also look like natural teeth. Depending on the quality of porcelain material used, porcelain veneers usually do not stain as they are not porous unlike natural teeth. If shinning white teeth are your dream or you are embarrassed because of your stained teeth, Boss Dental Care is the right destination for you. Porcelain Veneers will be nothing less than your dreams come true.

Can Veneers Be Whitened?

Porcelain veneers are highly resistant to stains. Porcelain veneers can be whitened by our dentists at Boss Dental Care by eliminating the superficial layer of stains with a whitening gel or polish. The original color of your porcelain veneers will not change. If you still feel that your porcelain veneers have a darker-than-normal shade, you can ask our dentist to replace the veneers with a lighter shade.

Do Porcelain Veneers Hurt?

During the entire procedure, patients are anaesthetized to save them from experiencing pain or discomfort. As your teeth might be sensitive for some time after cementation, dentists recommend taking pain killers. Receiving veneers is a very convenient and minimally painful procedure if carried out under the supervision of a competent dental expert. Our dentists at Boss Dental Care prioritize your satisfaction and pain management above all else – our aim is to ensure 100 percent customer satisfaction!

How Long Do Veneers Last?

The life of your veneers will largely depend on how well you care for your teeth. Your veneers will not decay. However, if you neglect your oral health, your gum tissue could become compromised and you could develop periodontal disease. For this reason, it is very important that you visit your dentist at Boss Dental Care twice a year for checkups and cleanings. If you do, you can count on your veneers to last a very long time – up to fifteen years.

Do I Bleach Before or After Doing Veneers?

If you are considering bleaching treatment, they should always be done before porcelain veneers are installed. Veneers will not respond to bleaching. So if you are considering porcelain veneers as a part of a cosmetic makeover, it must be the first course of action

How Many Veneers Do I Need to Do?

There is no one answer to this question. We actually have to answer this question with another question – how happy are you with your smile? If you just have a few teeth in front that are bothering you, you may only need veneers on those teeth. On the other hand, if you resist delivering a wide smile, you may want to have more teeth treated.
Some clients opt to have a full set of veneers installed just on the upper teeth, which are the ones that are most visible. Others choose veneers on both upper and lower teeth. The short answer is, you should have the teeth treated that bother you.

How Much Do Veneers Cost?

Again, it depends on how many teeth need to be treated. It also depends on the type of material used. Generally speaking though, porcelain veneers will usually cost you $250 and up per tooth.

Contact Us

If you have gapped, misaligned or discolored teeth and would like to learn more about the benefits of porcelain veneers or Lumineers, contact Boss Dental Care at 801 Everhart Rd, Corpus Christi, TX 78411. You can call us at 361-992-7551, or use the form on our Contact Us page.


Boss Dental Care
801 Everhart Road
Corpus Christi, TX 78411
Phone: (361) 992-7551
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  • I have been a patient for 15 years. My family are all patients, I have recommended to my closest dearest friends without reservation. Boss dental -from the top (Art Boss) to all the staff, provides a warm caring environment coupled with the best professional care possible.

    Gill Sans - Patient
  • Very friendly staff and I really appreciated the call to check on my daughter after her procedure.

    Rick Dempsey - Patient
  • I have been coming to boss dental since I was a kid. The staff and dentists  here are really great. Everyone is very friendly and make you feel as comfortable as possible on a dental appt. good thing is they have tv's playing in each exam room which is a nice distraction.

    Anna Thompson - Patient