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Porcelain Veneers in Indianapolis, IN

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Porcelain Veneers... Giving You a Beautiful Smile

When you look at your smile, do you wonder if it could be just a little (or a lot) more attractive? We want you to know about an affordable dental procedure that can fix crooked, discolored, uneven, and unsightly teeth. The solution is porcelain veneers! Veneers are a very popular cosmetic dental procedure and may be recommended in conjunction with other cosmetic procedures to produce optimal results.

What About the Cost of Porcelain Veneers?

Cosmetic dental procedures are often thought of as being dental services that are reserved for Hollywood. Today, this is no longer the case! Porcelain veneers are made very affordable if properly planned and executed. Because each dental case requiring porcelain veneers is unique, pricing them out requires a quick visit to our dental office. Ball Dentistry will work closely with you to ensure your procedure is affordable.

Pick up the phone and call our office at (East 10th Street Office) or (Whitley Dr. Office) or request an appointment online to see just how affordable porcelain veneers are and what the best financial option would be.

Placing Porcelain Veneers

Veneers are thin, semi-transparent tooth-shaped "shells" that are custom-made porcelain. They are permanently bonded to your natural teeth which are located in your "smile zone" to enhance their shape, color, length, or size. Veneers can fix gaps between teeth and/or improve the appearance of teeth that are discolored, misshapen, or misaligned.

  1. The teeth are cleaned and any old surface restorations are removed.
  2. An impression is taken of the prepped tooth and sent to a lab where the veneer is fabricated.
  3. The veneer is applied with bonding resin and a curing light.
  4. After the veneer is set, it is shaped and polished to look like a natural tooth.

I had the pleasure of working with Dr. Andrea Ball and Brooke. They did a wonderful job of correcting my issue and I'm couldn't be more happy with the service and care they have consistently provided me. They always make going to the dentist a great experience and they truly care about their patients. I highly recommend Ball Dentistry to anyone.

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Had braces twice because of a mutant tooth, vacations always meant long trips to have them tightened and pain, so 40 years later I still have a problem with most dentists. Read reviews for Ball Dentistry and had to switch. They are wonderful! Major excavation to deep clean below the gum line was painless and we have a plan for long-term health of my teeth. First time I can say I know what to do every day and I am looking forward to my next visit to Dr. Rachel and Ball Dentistry East staff!!

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My daughter (age 13) had a tooth extracted. It was our first experience with Ball Dentistry and they were AWESOME! They helped her feel so at ease and we were so appreciative. My daughter said ‘they were so nice’. She didn’t have a great experience at our last dentist office and I’m so glad we made the switch. Thank you Dr. Rachel and Jessica!

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Love my dentist, Dr. Lalaine Smith and hygienist Bob. Consummate professionals, beautiful office, and great staff. ♥️

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Great visit today with Bob for my regular teeth cleaning appointment. My smile is my most important feature. Thanks to Bob I can keep my teeth in better shape with my new toothbrush!!! Highly recommend Bob and Ball Dentistry.

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How should I clean my porcelain veneers?
Just like your natural teeth, a soft-bristled toothbrush and normal toothpaste can be used to clean your porcelain veneers. It is safe also to use mouthwash, floss, and water picks to clean both your veneers and the gumline. Be careful to not brush too harshly or use chemicals, like whitening agents, unless approved by your provider at Ball Dentistry.
Will getting porcelain veneers ruin your teeth?
Generally, experienced providers like ours at Ball Dentistry do not harm your teeth in the application of porcelain veneers. Veneers can damage natural teeth only when applied in an unskilled or inappropriate manner. In these cases, the dentist may remove too much enamel, but our providers are experienced at maintaining the integrity of your natural teeth as much as possible in the installation process.
How long will porcelain veneers last?
Porcelain veneers are built to last, lasting up to 15 years when treated with proper care and maintenance. We think it's best to stick to a daily oral hygiene routine to address the at-home care of your porcelain veneers. In addition, we recommend avoiding sticky, hard, or chewy foods as a way to extend the life of your porcelain veneers.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.