Like coating the kitchen floor with linoleum, covering teeth with veneers provides a more even surface for spotting corn kernels. Clad your teeth in a faux finish with today’s Groupon to Paul Esteso, DDS, in Frisco. Choose from the following options:
- For $2,299, you get a four-veneer package (a $4,625 total value).
- For $3,299, you get a six-veneer package (a $6,825 total value).
- For $4,299, you get an eight-veneer package (a $9,025 total value).
Each veneer package includes:
* Initial exam and follow-up appointment to attach veneers
* Temporary veneers (if required)
The dental experts at Paul Esteso, DDS, skillfully encase grills with thin, custom veneers to improve the cosmetic appearance of teeth and protect smiles for up to 20 years. After a thorough examination that includes a set of x-rays, dentists remove a thin layer of enamel from tusks before taking impressions of teeth with medical-grade silly putty. Dentists send the molds to a laboratory, where technicians lovingly craft each stain-proof veneer to exact specifications. While patients wait for their new pearlescent fangs to arrive, physicians may cover the exposed teeth with temporary veneers. During the second appointment, specialists adjust the size and color of the veneers before cementing them to each tooth. In addition to correcting uneven teeth and discoloration, veneers can also protect damaged teeth from harm incurred from biting too skeptically into gold coins.
Paul Esteso, DDS
Dr. Esteso's kind and gentle approach to dentistry has its roots in his own visits to the dentist as a kid. He was usually anxious, and with good reason: his dentists almost never used anesthetic, making even minor procedures painful. At Dr. Esteso's office today, patients praise him for practicing a nearly painless anesthetic technique and his caring demeanor. He applies anesthetic with the help of a computer that releases the numbing agent gradually into the tissue.
Dr. Esteso has also updated his office's with latest advancements in cavity-filling technology. Fillings can contain air bubbles that expand or contract with temperature, compromising their structural integrity. To remedy the problem, he uses an ultrasonic machine, shaking out air bubbles in the composite resin with vibrations that the Beach Boys agree are "good."