Dental Veneers

Porcelain veneers provide an excellent solution if you are looking to enhance your smile. They are a popular cosmetic treatment because of their overall effectiveness and ease of use.

Dental Veneers in Charlotte, NC

Veneers can quickly transform your smile so that you can have the color, shape, and size of teeth you’ve always wanted. Veneers are a thin layer of material applied to your natural teeth to solve issues with stains, chips, or other damage. At Carolina Complete Dentistry, we use the highest-quality porcelain and composite veneers possible so that you can be confident in your new smile.

Dr. Brooks digitally designs all of our veneers patients’ smiles himself to have full control so that you always have the best outcomes. We work with master ceramists who fabricate our porcelain veneers to ensure the highest quality results for every patient.

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How Much Do Veneers Cost?

Dr. Brooks Paine and the master ceramists he works with ensure all our veneers are of the highest quality. Every patient and every treatment plan is different. We try to make all our treatments affordable and be upfront with costs and work with multiple external payment plan providers. The cost of veneers per tooth is generally:

  • $500 for composite veneers
  • $841 to $1467 for porcelain veneers

Composite veneers can also have additional costs for diagnostic wax-ups. Porcelain veneers also have an additional $300 provisional restoration fee per tooth. If you’re worried about the cost of cosmetic procedures because of a lack of insurance coverage consider looking into our accepted external payment plans.

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Dental Veneers Process at Carolina Complete Dentistry

  1. Consultation & Exam. Get in touch to speak with our team and schedule a complimentary in-office veneer consultation to discuss the smile you want to have. Sometimes Invisalign® or orthodontic treatment may be recommended to put a tooth in a better position for veneers.
  2. Records Appointment. The records appointment can and often is done on the same day of the consultation.  During this step, we will gather dental records, take photos and a digital scan, and use the information to carefully plan different treatment options to give you the smile you want. 
  3. Digital Design Reveal. In the digital design reveal, Dr. Brooks Paine reveals your smile design and discusses your veneers and smile makeover options. He educates you on the pros and cons of each option so you can easily decide which is best for you.
  4. Veneers Treatment. When you’re completely satisfied with your design and chose which treatment option fits you best, we will conduct the procedure to apply your brand-new smile.

Dental Veneers Smile Gallery

Dental veneers before and a after patient photos
Dental veneers before and a after patient photos
Dental veneers before and a after patient photos
Dental veneers before and a after patient photos
Dental veneers before and a after patient photos
Dental veneers before and a after patient photos
Dental veneers before and a after patient photos
Dental veneers before and a after patient photos

Meet Our Dental Veneers Experts

Dr. Brooks paine

Dr. Brooks Paine

Dr. Brooks Paine is a West Virginia native and has been practicing in the Charlotte area since he got his Doctorate degree. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Brooks today.

Dr. Wallace with her daughter

Dr. Marquita Wallace

Dr. Wallace is a Kois-trained dentist, a graduate of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry. She constantly strives to stay up-to-date on all aspects of dentistry as technology and best practices change so that she can offer her patients the best care possible.

  • What is the difference between composite veneers and porcelain veneers?

    Composite veneers are done in-office, with hand-layered tooth-colored resin composites by Dr. Brooks Paine. Composite veneers are less expensive, but also less durable. They can be a good option for younger patients due to being minimally invasive.

    Porcelain veneers at Carolina Complete Dentistry are custom-made shells crafted by a master ceramist our office works with. These typically last much longer than composite veneers because of the nature of the material and because of the precision bonding techniques used. Minimally invasive preparations are sometimes needed however we always try to preserve as much enamel as possible.

  • Are Dental Veneers Bad For Your Teeth?

    Dental veneers are perfectly safe. Your teeth will require the same good oral hygiene as they did before veneers. It may be tempting once you have veneers to neglect your natural teeth. It’s understandable for something to be out of mind once it is out of sight. However, as long as you maintain good hygiene habits and receive regular checkups dental veneers are not bad for your teeth.

  • Are Veneers Permanent?

    Dental veneers require the same care and hygiene as normal teeth. The lifespan of dental veneers can vary dramatically based on the precautions taken since veneers aren’t indestructible. Porcelain veneers can last from 10 to 12 years. Composite veneers can last between 4 to 8 years. However with good hygiene and proper care, this lifespan can be extended, sometimes significantly. Porcelain is glass and can shatter with excessive pressure so being aware of its limits is important. Those who grind their teeth should strongly consider a night guard to protect their veneers as well.

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Carolina Complete Dentistry

8401 University Executive Park Dr.
Suite 118
Charlotte, NC 28262
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To get to our office, please enter through the main doors of our building, off University Executive Park Dr. This entrance is located in the courtyard, just past the fountain that runs during the summer months.

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Thursday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
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