Full Mouth Veneers in Pleasant Hill, CA

Revamp your smile.
Rediscover your confidence.

Erase the imperfections and reveal the best version of your smile.
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Composite or Porcelain Veneers

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15% Off with Keep Me Healthy Membership

Available IV Conscious Sedation

No More Imperfections

For some people, chips, gaps, cracks, or discoloration in their teeth are fine. But not for you. You want a smile that’s extraordinary – and full mouth veneers are the way to get it.

Fitted securely to the front of your teeth, they cover up all the things you don’t love about your smile, and enhance all the things that you do. It’s your smile, perfected.

Full Mouth Veneers Fix:

Chips and Cracks
Uneven Shaping
Discoloration
Wear and Damage
Misalignment
Mismatched Tooth Sizes
The Cost of Full Mouth Veneers

Worth Every Penny

There are three factors: veneer material, veneer position, and number of veneers. For composite veneers, each one can range from $300 to $1500, while porcelain veneers run from $1000 to $4000 per tooth.

But what you pay isn’t an expense. It’s an investment. You’re paying for more than composite or porcelain – you’re paying for confidence and satisfaction in your smile. And that? That’s priceless.

Get your full mouth veneers for 15% less.

Become a member of our Keep Me Healthy program and save hundreds to thousands on your dental care.

The Full Mouth Veneers Process

Step 1 - Consultation

When you chat with Dr. Zhu, he’ll work with you to make sure full mouth veneers match your health needs and budget, and educate you on all the details of the procedure.

Step 2 - Assessment

The next step will be to examine your jaws and teeth, taking detailed digital scans that’ll be used to create your veneers.

Step 3 - Preview

Before getting your final veneers, you’ll first receive a set of temporaries. You’ll wear these as a trial for about a week to ensure your new smile looks and feels exactly the way you want it to.

Step 4 - Adjustment

After wearing your temporaries, you’ll come back for a check-in with Dr. Zhu. From there, he’ll use your observations to adjust the look and feel of your final set of veneers.

Step 5 - Done!

When your final set of veneers is ready, you’ll come back in for Dr. Zhu to fit them on your teeth. Then, after wearing them for another week, you’ll return one more time to make sure your smile is absolutely perfect in comfort and appearance.

Dentistry and Artistry

For Dr. Zhu, dental aesthetics matter every bit as much as dental health. It’s why he has invested, and continues to invest, hundreds of hours each year towards improving his ability to craft beautiful, healthy, and natural-looking smiles.

When you make the decision to get full mouth veneers, you have a vision for your new smile. And with Dr. Zhu, that’s the smile you’ll get. Not a one-size-fit-all “ideal” smile, but a smile that looks perfect on you.

“Couldn’t feel better than in the hands of Dr. Zhu”

Dr. Zhu is by far the BEST doctor I know. I can honestly say he is very professional and highly qualified…and his positive, bubbly, and humorous personality makes your dentist appointment a very pleasant experience. He truly cares about each and every one of his patients and their needs, always going above and beyond to take the best care of them. Needless to say, he is HIGHLY recommended.
— Gabriela W.

Your Full Mouth Veneers Questions

Your veneers won’t last forever, so in that sense they’re not permanent. That being said, they’re still strong and secure, which means the way you use them on a daily basis is nearly indistinguishable from the way you would use natural “permanent” teeth.

It depends on the material used for the veneers. Composite veneers last from around 5 to 10 years before they need to be replaced; by comparison, porcelain veneers can last much longer, typically being worn for well over a decade and in some cases over 20 years with good care.

Veneers change the appearance of a tooth by covering it with a thin yet strong piece of composite or porcelain.

You won’t need to have any teeth removed to receive your veneers. At most, we’ll just need to take off a thin layer of enamel from your teeth to create a stronger bond for your veneers.

As long as your veneers are fitted by a certified dentist, your teeth won’t be ruined. Even if some enamel needs to be removed to attach your veneers, doing so won’t put the health or structure of the tooth at risk.

Since veneers are considered to be a cosmetic or elective procedure, most insurance providers don’t cover them. Still, if you’re looking to save, there are options like financing or our Keep Me Healthy membership plans that can make full mouth veneers more affordable.

Your Best Smile Awaits

Schedule a free consultation with Dr. Zhu today and get ready to love everything about your smile.