– What’s up guys? This is Doctor O from Innovative Dental and hope you’re having an awesome day. It’s good to see your smiling face. I think it’s smiling. Yeah, yeah you’re smiling. I think you are. You gotta be smiling, it’s a good day. So today let’s talk about veneers. What do you think? What the heck are they? I mean have you not
found yourself googling and trying to figure out what a veneer is and going I have no clue what a veneer is because it’s not super-clear. And there’s so many different definitions. You may have heard of Lumineers. You may have heard of press-on
veneers, no-prep veneers. Even another one that’s new to me that I’m like what in the heck is this. It’s called a bill veneer. And so I’m gonna help clear the air, make sure that it’s really
clear on what a real veneer is and what the benefits are to you. Simply put a veneer is a
very thin piece of porcelain that’s designed to change
the shape, the shade, address spacing in the teeth, and maybe even give some strength additionally back to the tooth. Veneers can also be used to restore teeth that may have tooth decay and allow us to fix the front
portion or the visible portion of your tooth. And that’s what makes
them a great solution for cosmetic change and
to restore front teeth. We really use the term cosmetic veneer when we’re really strictly
referring to no decay present. We’re just going to change the
way that the front teeth look and so we make individually
customized pieces of these thin pieces of procelain to bond them on to each individual tooth. You’re gonna be able to
brush and floss like normal and treat this as just it was
your enamel and natural tooth. Be able to brush and floss, keep it clean and really no difference
from what you’ve been doing with your natural teeth. Only that your smile now
looks better, brighter, and doesn’t stain. One of the main reasons people might look into doing cosmetic veneers is really the shade and the
shape change of their teeth and the fact that the color
that we choose is permanent. So you’re not gonna
see any change in shade throughout the life of that veneer. Veneers are also an awesome
way to instantly transform a smile. There’s a lot of ways that
we can address a smile, whether it’s moving teeth
or doing some reshaping or contouring of teeth, but the veneer process
is almost instantaneous and can provide a total change to the way that somebody
looks when they smile. Hopefully that helps you
understand what a veneer is. I’ve got a few examples here
for you to kinda look at. Here’s a one close up of a
veneer and kinda how thin it is. It’s really, you can tell, thinner than what a credit card would be. And then here is a
model that shows a crown on the back side and kinda how that
crown would wrap around. And then here is the
lower arch as an example to show you what the veneers might look if they were done on
those lower teeth there. Well I hope that kinda clears
up what a dental veneer is. And what make Innovative Dental so unique is that we make the veneers
right here in our practice with the latest in 3D digital technology. This allows us to do a total process in under four hours that is
very predictable, percise, and beautiful. And that’s what we love
about transforming a smile. Thanks so much for listening. And I have a favor to ask. If you’re still watching,
would you go mind, subscribe. I’ll give you a second. I think it’s like right down here. Subscribe, maybe smash the thumbs up
button right over there. I’ll give you a minute. (whistling) Did you do it? Did you do it already? Awesome, thanks for doing that for me. You rock! You have an awesome day and if a smile makeover is in your future and you’re interested in that, we’d love to see you here
at Innovative Dental. Definitely go to our webpage. Check out the Smiles Within Reach Program or give us a phone call at 417-889-4746. And I wish you the very best and I look forward to seeing
you in the next video. Until then keep smiling. Cha! (upbeat music)


  • SelfLoveNique says:

    Can you do a video talking about teeth bonding?

  • Livelaugh Lovesahara says:

    Hi. I had a cavities in between my two front teeth and I got fillings for them. So about half of my natural tooth is still there. Recently I’ve been thinking about getting veneers. Am I still able to do so? I really want the no prep ones. Can you put those over fillings? Thanks! Love your channel by the way!

  • Rienry Redondo says:

    What if you dont have a front teeth. What's best to be done? Dental implants or the other veneer that you can just simple order online and just put it in a snap.

  • Li le says:

    I wish you can do my teeth

  • marr Jor07 says:

    Nice work !!! Nice office ,well explained !!!

  • MTM WTW says:

    I want to work at your office so bad! You seem like a wonderful doctor to work with and I would definitely learn so many new things from you. I love the office that I work at but yours just seems better haha

  • Terry Tang says:

    Hi Dr. O thank you for your videos! Can veneer be done by using composite or glass ionomer? If so, what are the differences? Again thank you and keep up with the good work!

  • Monica Lewinsky says:

    Have you ever had a patient come in for an Invisalign consultation and told them to go get braces?

  • princesssadieloo says:

    I love your energy, you seem like a really cool doctor. 😁😄👨‍⚕️🙍‍♀️👍👍👍 I just got my braces 3 days ago, my orthodontist said my teeth are very small and I should consider veneers when my braces come off so this video hits the spot…

  • Papermate19 says:

    Great channel I subbed ☺️

  • Vincenzo Vieri says:

    I have veneers im 8 years later 34 years old and they are whiter then white can be everyone complements me they love my teeth, i had them made after ultimate warriors teeth they are big and white but man they look amazing, i did mention i wanted a hollywood look as everyone should ask for this and i also requested to have the whitest it can be and they'll stay that way so people with chipped teeth discolored please have them done it will change ur life and to give u an idea how big it can change ur self esteem i've heard many patients crying as i was in the back because they couldn't believe how beautiful their teeth were and i know this is coming from some of those patients with bad teeth but imagine having suffered hiding ur smiling ur whole life to having this amazing treatment. i highly recommend. Oh yea please people be cautious don't eat acidic foods often or sodas alcohol it can remove some of the paste or bondage or veneer but htats only if u consume these excessively

  • belle lagu says:

    What kind of veneers are better?

  • Herman Mando says:

    Hi love your videos!! Are veneers ok for a little overjet both at the top and bottom teeth ? Thanx

  • Rachel Iacob says:

    I was going to go to Turkey to get veneers but they said since my teeth are crooked I'll need crowns or "full veneers". I'm not sure if this is true.

  • Aldair Morales says:

    Hello Dr. O,
    How long will they last? or approximately, within how much time do they have to be changed?
    I know there are a couple of circumstances that may make the treatment last longer or vice versa, but on average in your experiencie?
    I think this is a common question that all patients have*
    Greetings and thank you for all your nice and instructive videos.

  • Jane Sa says:

    are veneers just 4 front teeth? you could have pointed with your fingers on the crown and then on the veneers when you showed that lower arch model to clarify the difference.

  • Christine Kilpatrick says:

    Do you have any videos about diabetes and the effects on your teeth and gums? All my posts/implants failed because of my diabetes:(

  • nazir suhil says:

    its permintly or nt

  • vsunflower02 sunshine says:

    I think you should have added actual before and after smiles.  also, you should have included the life of a veneer.  do you have to shave down your own teeth, can you remove them if you choose to.  that info would have been great.

  • RiiZe says:

    Can I get Vaneers for all of my teeth?

  • Stephanie TM says:

    I personally have both first premolar teeth as missing spaces; it's led to minor shifting; I now have small spaces in what is missing.
    When missing teeth, shift comes naturally, and since they're adult teeth, they've naturally positioned to help with the lack thereof.*

    I wouldn't be able to afford Invisalign, nor braces – I've already had them before; I would only need very minor straightening [but that's not an option for me financially].
    I have considered more certainly now, to place lumineers onto my smile.

    Since I do have missing first premolars on each side, yet small spaces — Am not certain even a partial denture for one tooth could fit properly. Or don't think a dentist would recommend it.
    I'd opt in lumineers to make my peg lateral incisors (another minor shifted space) into a bigger normal size.
    And the canine teeth, into a fuller size to completely close the first premolars (if possible). And therefore completely close my upper jaw spaces.

    Am not sure if placing Lumineers, is the best long term option for medical reasons (though they're wonderful aesthetically) – I still do need to discuss it with an dentist, but thought to at minimal describe it here. And if possible, any feedback would be appreciated.
    **Should someone invest in Lumineers — enlarge their canine teeth to fill in the missing small tooth space of a first premolar? The peg lateral incisors would also be in an enlarged shape, which may likely place a whole new makeover smile. Would be able to email, as need be.
    Side note lol, I was 15 when my braces were removed (currently 18+) — Was told to place dental implants at a young age after my braces were removed. Completely terrible recommendation due to young age & jaw developing, plus had other dentists telling me not to do so, my parent & I didn't like the idea of such a surgical procedure either. Or how people do report bad odor or consistent maintenance when they have dental implants (which are issues I've never had before so wouldn't invest in implants – they're expensive too). Though I was once open to the idea, it's something I'd completely not allow myself to do. Genuinely believe cosmetic dentistry is what may close the small left spaces I have. Am simply hoping teeth won't shift anymore while having Lumineers on — Or that my bite becomes impacted throughout the years. It's a wonderful option, but truly nothing is permanently guaranteed. People must always use common sense when it comes to their wellbeing and the advancements of dental care we have today.

  • Josh Witte says:

    Dude needs to back off on the lip injections and excessive tanning 😬

  • Family Adventures says:

    You’re so handsome doc! 😁

  • J Grano says:

    i love this video and you. i will get veneers one day

  • starz rm says:

    But can they go on bottom teeth?

  • Adam Koon says:


  • Michael Tsaplan says:

    who’s here from bhad baby

  • John Smitherson says:

    It would be nice if he talks about the down side of veneer. Too many people gets them when they don't need to.

  • ome emo says:

    What I want to know is why dentist charge astronomical prices for something that only cost pennies to buy resin veneers

  • Rodriguezadan00 Gricel15 says:

    Do veneers get tooth decay

  • xLunaDivinerx says:

    I have the worst teeth and I need these

  • Adel Seanna Lewiston says:

    Im planning to go get some reshaping for my fangs but I'm hesitant because it's permanent so I found this so called veneer that's like dentures. It's not gonna be glued to the teeth but you can just slip it on over your real teeth. What does that called? Is it a kind of veneer?

  • Voice of REASON says:

    So, they basically destroy your real teeth? If I have all my real teeth and they're in good shape it would be a bad idea to get veneers correct?

  • x tna says:

    U need a better fake tan hehehe

  • neurologic says:

    What if your teeth are slightly overlapping

  • Nicole Villacis says:

    I want him on my mouth, I mean, working on my mouth. Whatever, WHERE’S HIS OFFICE

  • missy anonymous says:

    Can you get veneers in places that don't have teeth???

  • Eli Ramirez says:

    Im extremely interested but im scared of the side affects and the “worst case scenario”, also whats the price range for veneers more or less

  • Outlaw says:

    I like how positive you are

  • Jeffrey Cabiles says:


  • Aduha Dx says:

    We wanna see teeth and not your faggoty fake tan and your inflamed lip gloss, you sickening fraud physician 🖕

  • Peggy Perkins says:

    Can you get them if you have White spots from braces and is there a age limit

  • ninjahale _ says:

    Great video! I was wondering, do you have to have something wrong with your teeth to get no prep veneers?

  • Straight Talk says:

    I liked and subscribed 👍👍👍

  • Straight Talk says:

    Handsome, cool, professional Dentist, oh yeah I'm making my appointment ASAP 😀 😬😀

  • John Sterling says:

    I don't smile, cause my teeth look like shit

  • Ranesh Vanan says:

    That guy looks like Channing Tatum

  • Meh Nobody says:

    My enamel is chipping away of my front teeth. How much will veneers cost?.

  • Izzy Kool says:

    You’re Awesome.. and handsome

  • Timothy Yap says:

    U looked like u haven't slept in days…

  • Er Ic says:

    When i look your video i really like you cause you're hot uhmmmm

  • CindyRella Brusola says:

    I badly need help right now my front teeth hurts so bad i can't sleep

  • Galaxy_Kitty Cat says:

    Vaneers are disgusting🤕 Be happy you have real teeth, does it really matter if your teeth look really white for example I have braces and I am doing it for a reason for my real teeth not for fake teeth.

  • sandi 14 says:

    Your hot 🔥😍

  • Mheartshape says:

    i wanna do veneers but without filing my real teeth, I would like first to use braces to raise them and make gaps in between them and then put a veneer on top

  • john doe says:

    Dr. "O" needs to be more complete in his presentation. Does a good job in describing what a veneer is, but doesn't tell you that you may have sensitivity, need to maintain pristine gum health, veneers will have to be replaced down the line, veneers can last up to 20 yrs, not a replacement for ortho, etc

  • Gina Veale says:

    Thank you for the video, How long do veneers last and do you grind the teeth down? I live in england and would like veneers but haven’t found a suitable dentist do you accept oversees patients? x

  • Rosa Abreu says:

    I did it i hit the thumbs up

  • Gayle Cheung says:

    But then the back looks weird even though nobody can really see it but do you feel the difference when the Vineyard gets put on from the tongue touching the back of the tooth, just wondering just don’t like how it looks in the back if you get a full mouth of veneers

  • Katerine Roro says:

    I wish my dentist had your personality…

  • life with mleprechaun. Laursen says:

    The tan is so fake


    Wow 😲🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️I really was thinking veneers were screwed into your gum Wow really learned something ☺️

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