Discover the transformation in your smile before and after the no-prep veneers procedure in Mesa
No-prep porcelain veneers fit in seamlessly with New Health Dental’s holistic approach to patient care. Unlike their conventional counterparts, no-prep veneers maintain healthy, natural tooth structure. Other porcelain veneers require the removal of tooth enamel to make room for them.
Modern veneers in the hands of Dr. Fritz and his team can be so thin that natural tooth structure is untouched. Holistic dentistry recognizes the best tooth structure is the natural kind. Every procedure or product is assessed to ensure there is minimal trauma to the treatment site, and that the treatment does not affect surrounding tissues.
Mesa patients can still get the same beautiful, natural look of veneers, only without all the unwanted after-effects caused by enamel removal. These unwanted side effects include increased sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures.
Due to the nature of this conventional approach to veneers, once the natural enamel is gone it is gone for good so veneers have traditionally been considered irreversible procedures. Dr. Fritz’s no-prep veneers can be removed without affecting natural tooth structure, so his approach is considered reversible. Though, after looking through the before and after photos of patients’ veneers treatment, you may be wondering why anyone would want to reverse these beautiful results.
In addition to photos that show how veneers have closed gaps, and repositioned and resized teeth for a more uniform smile, New Health Dental can offer additional photos as proof of the power of these versatile smile enhancers. In the experienced and skilled hands of Dr. Fritz, veneers may also be applied to:
- Repair chips
- Reshape teeth
- Cover stubborn stains
- Renew old or worn dental work
Schedule a consultation with New Health Dental to find out if porcelain veneers are suitable to correct your concerns. Call (877) 943-3703.
After examining your teeth, the doctor may recommend treatments to restore the health of the teeth or gum tissue. Cosmetic procedures must be performed on healthy teeth.
Keep in mind that while the veneers are stain-resistant, they are not resistant to chips. Dr. Fritz will discuss habits that can affect the longevity of your veneers, such as night-time teeth grinding. These types of habits can be very damaging to natural teeth, too. He can discuss option to protect veneered and natural teeth from complications caused by conditions like bruxism.