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Perfect Your Smile

Dental Care you Can Trust

If you are not 100% happy with your smile, contact Chesterfiled Family Dental today to schedule a consultation so we can help you onto the right path to the smile you want!

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Nice, clean place everyone are very friendly. The doctor always done a great job. I have been there for many years…!
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All staff members are very nice. I came in after having neck surgery. Range of motion wasn’t normal for me. They worked on it to make sure I was comfortable and not in pain. Will be going back again.
Ray N.
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From the front office to the Dentist, the experience was awesome. Everyone took their time to help and thoroughly explain all details. This was my first visit and now I have a great dental facility!!

Porcelain Veneers FAQs

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Do dental issues like chipped teeth, stained teeth, or uneven spaces cause you to hide your smile and cover your laugh? One of the easiest and fastest cosmetic dentistry procedures that we use to address this is dental veneers. These shells of porcelain cover and protect the teeth, making your smile healthy and beautiful. Get all your porcelain veneers FAQs answered from your dentist in Springfield.

What Can Veneers Do?

Dental veneers can cover and protect teeth that are cracked, chipped, broken, heavily stained, or simply worn down. Porcelain veneers are often also used to cover visible fillings or to cover teeth with large cavities. We can also use veneers in Springfield to to cover the appearance of unevenly spaced or crooked teeth, giving you a straight smile without the braces.

Are Veneers Faster Than Other Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures?

Getting a dental veneer applied takes two to three appointments. At your dentist in Springfield, your teeth or tooth will be prepared for the porcelain veneer when a small amount of enamel is removed. When the veneer comes back from the lab, custom created to fit your smile to a T, we will adhere it to your tooth with a strong bonding agent.

Are Veneers Long Lasting?

The average porcelain veneer will last from five to 10 years, and sometimes up to 15 years, depending upon your oral hygiene and lifestyle habits. Continue brushing and flossing as usual, and avoid tobacco products or chewing on hard objects like pen caps or ice, to make your veneers last longer.

Find Out More from Your Dentist in Springfield

Did we answer your porcelain veneers FAQ? Want to learn more? Not everyone is a good candidate for porcelain veneers, so it is important to schedule an initial consultation to learn all the options. Call Chesterfield Family Dental at our office at 417-888-0771, or contact us online today.

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I am always excited to go to the dentist now that I go to Chesterfield Family Dental. They always answer any questions I have and are so friendly and nice. I am always so comfortable here, which is saying alot because I have peridontal disease and the treatment for it doesn't always feel so great, but when Im here, the hygenist makes me forget all about it!
Salina J.
The staff is so warm and welcoming from the moment you walk in the door. Even though my son is a bit apprehensive about going to the dentist since he had to have four teeth pulled in the past, he is still always happy to see them. Dr. Buzbee and his staff are so great and patient with him. He leaves with a smile on his face and no cavities!
Julie C.
I have been a patient of Dr. Buzbee for as long as I can remember. The Staff at Chesterfield Family Dental is always greet you when you walk in and they seem to know everyone by name. The care you get for the staff is always great and all seem to be the best of the best at what they do. I have always recommend anyone I know to go see them and will continue to do so in the future.
Andrew G.

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Dr. Roger D. Buzbee

Dr. Roger D. Buzbee graduated from University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Dentistry. He began in private practice as a Springfield dentist in 1988. In 2000 he began attending the Las Vegas Institute of Cosmetic Studies (LVI), where he became a full mouth graduate.