Dental Veneers

Unlock the smile of your dreams with our custom dental veneers in La Vista, NE. Veneers can help improve any chips, staining, spacing, or coloring issues that you may be struggling with.

Dental Veneers in La Vista, NE

We believe everyone deserves a smile they’re proud to show off. That’s why we offer dental veneers as a solution for various cosmetic concerns, from discoloration and unevenness to gaps and chips. Our veneers provide a durable, natural-looking appearance for your dream smile. They are also customized to match the shape, size, and color of teeth that you like.

With a process tailored to your unique needs, our team ensures a comfortable and enjoyable experience from consultation to the final reveal. Let us help you get the radiant, confident smile you’ve always wanted.

Illustration of dental veneers being placed onto a bottom row of teeth
  • How do dental veneers work?

    In short, dental veneers are thin shells applied to the front surface of the teeth to improve the appearance.  Our process for veneers at Nebraska Dental typically follows:

    • Consultation: The process begins with a consultation where Dr. Fischman assesses your teeth and discusses the desired outcome to ensure veneers are the right choice for you.
    • Preparation: To make room for the veneers, a small amount of enamel is removed (typically half a millimeter) from the front of the teeth.
    • Impression: After preparing the teeth, we take an impression or mold of your teeth to custom-make your veneers so they fit perfectly.
    • Creation: The impression is sent to a dental lab, where your veneers are crafted from porcelain or composite resin matched to the color of your natural teeth.
    • Application: Once the veneers are ready, they are temporarily placed to ensure the correct fit and color. After any adjustments, the veneers are bonded to the teeth with a special adhesive.
    • Final Adjustments: After the veneers are attached, Dr. Fischman may make final adjustments to ensure a comfortable and natural fit.
  • What is the difference between porcelain veneers and composite veneers?

    Porcelain and composite veneers are both popular cosmetic dental procedures used to improve the appearance of your teeth, but they have some distinct differences in terms of material, application process, durability, cost, and maintenance requirements.

    • Porcelain veneers are made from a thin shell of porcelain that lasts anywhere from 10 to 20 years. They typically require two visits as the custom veneer is fabricated in a lab and they cost slightly more—due to their longevity and lower required maintenance.
    • Composite veneers are made from composite resin but can be applied during a single visit to our office. They are cheaper than porcelain veneers but have a shorter lifespan, between five and seven years, and require more maintenance as they’re more prone to staining or chipping.

    Choosing the type of veneers you want depends on several factors including your cosmetic goals, budget, and the condition of your teeth. It’s important to consult with Dr. Fischman, who can assess your specific situation and recommend the best option for you.

  • Veneers vs. crowns—what’s the difference?

    Dental veneers and crowns are cosmetic treatments used to resolve issues such as chips, discoloration, stains, or crooked teeth. The primary difference between the two is that dental crowns cover the complete surface of the tooth, while veneers only cover the front portion. Crowns are thicker than veneers, with a thickness of 2 mm compared to veneers’ 1 mm thickness, and both have similar prices. Crowns provide more support to damaged teeth, while veneers require less removal of the original tooth structure and are a less invasive procedure.

    Both veneers and crowns are an excellent solution for patients seeking a natural-looking, white, straight smile. If you’re interested in either option but are uncertain about which one is right for you, please contact our office today to schedule a consultation.

  • How much do dental veneers cost?

    Veneers typically are not covered by insurance since they are considered a cosmetic procedure. However, costs can range depending on your dentist.

    On average, traditional dental veneers range from $925 to $2,500 per tooth and no-prep dental veneers cost around $800 to $2000 per tooth.

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Nebraska Dental Center

8050 South 84th Street
La Vista, NE 68128
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From Giles Road in La Vista, turn into the strip mall anchored by Thrift World, Harbor Freight, and Dollar Tree. Nebraska Dental Center is a few businesses to the left of the Dollar Tree. Look for the green Nebraska Dental Center logo and the "Nebraska Dental Center" window decal.


Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - Noon


(402) 331-1695