Elite Dental Care is proud to announce our new Ripley Office 1800 U.S. 51 S, Ripley, TN 38063 is now open!

To schedule an appointment please call (731) 635-5000

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Veneers in Germantown, TN

Chipped, cracked, or discolored teeth can leave you feeling self-conscious about your smile. 

Veneers can conceal those imperfections, enhancing the appearance of your teeth. 

The expert team of dentists at Elite Dental Care in Germantown, TN, can craft natural-looking veneers to give you a dazzling smile. 

Dazzling Results 

Porcelain veneers can transform the appearance of your teeth to give you a dazzling smile you will want share. 
Before Porcelain Veneers procedure
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After Porcelain Veneers procedure
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Ready to Say Goodbye to Damaged or Stained Teeth? Call our Germantown dental practice today!

At Elite Dental Care in Germantown, TN, our mission is to provide caring and compassionate dental care to all patients. We understand that damaged or stained teeth can be embarrassing, and we work hard to create a comfortable and relaxing environment. We provide a wide range of restorative, general, and cosmetic dentistry treatment options to fit your needs to give you a healthy and beautiful smile. Our team of experienced dentists at our Germantown office, Dr. Mike Farrar, Dr. Kenny Groshart, and Dr. Savannah Hughes, use state-of-the-art technology to accurately diagnose and treat each patient. We are also proud to offer sedation options as well as flexible appointments and financing to help make your entire experience as comfortable as possible. 

Not sure if porcelain veneers are right for you? We are happy to answer any and all questions you may have. Call or contact us to request an initial consultation today to start your journey to the smile of your dreams. 

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The were fast, maybe (2) minutes waiting time, they were funny, professional and very polite, I’m recommending this Dentist office to my friends, although my son recommended them to me. Thank You ELITE DENTIST

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Elite Dental is excellent with my son, puts him at ease, and is very explanatory with everything they do or have to do. Getting an appointment is a painless process, and the staff is excellent!!!

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A Closer Look at Porcelain Veneer Placement

A small amount of enamel is removed from the tooth to allow the dental veneer to fit properly over the tooth surface and blend in with your natural teeth. 

Affordable Financing Options Available

While we do accept the majority of dental insurance plans, most providers do not cover cosmetic dentistry treatments. To help make veneers more affordable to all of our patients, we accept CareCredit®. CareCredit is a financing option that offers low-interest or no-interest payment plans to those who qualify. Contact us today to learn more!

Maintaining Your Veneers

On average, porcelain veneers last about 10 years. However, with proper care and maintenance, your veneers can last much longer. Continue brushing with a soft bristle brush and floss as normal. It is also important to continue with your regularly scheduled dental exams and cleanings. 

Porcelain veneers are durable, but there are some things to minimize or avoid in order to maintain your new smile for years to come. 


Eating ice is a bad habit that can chip or crack even a natural tooth. To prevent damage to your dental veneers, it is best to avoid chewing on ice. 

Sticky Foods

Sticky foods like caramel can cause your veneer to dislodge from your tooth. To prevent this from happening, avoid sticky foods or chew them with your teeth that do not have veneers on them. 

Hard Foods

Hard foods like raw vegetables should not be avoided completely, as they are an important part of a healthy diet. However, avoid biting and chewing these types of foods with your veneers.

Drinks That Stain

Drinks like coffee and red wine can stain your new veneers. While the porcelain is stain resistant, it is best to minimize these drinks to keep your veneers bright and white for years. 

Because the tooth is altered before veneer placement, it is important to remember that veneers are permanent and the tooth will always require some sort of restoration after the enamel is removed. With proper care, your veneers can last for well over a decade, but the porcelain may wear over time and eventually need to be replaced. 

Do Porcelain Veneers Hurt?

Veneer placement is virtually painless. Most patients experience little to no discomfort, as only a small amount of enamel needs to be removed and there is no downtime or recovery needed with treatment. If you experience dental anxiety or require a higher level of pain management, we offer sedation options such as nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation to ensure you are completely comfortable during treatment. 

Ensuring a Healthy Foundation for Long-Lasting Veneers

Healthy teeth and gums are a critical solid foundation for any cosmetic dentistry treatment. Veneers can conceal a damaged tooth to give it a natural-looking appearance. However, if the tooth is decayed or has significant damage, it may not be healthy enough to support a veneer. Options such as dental crowns may be a better fit.

During your initial consultation at our Germantown practice, your dentist will determine if your teeth and gums are healthy enough to support veneers and if any treatments are needed to restore your oral health. We want you to not only have a beautiful smile but a healthy smile so that your veneers last for as long as possible. We offer a range of treatment options to ensure your dental needs are met.

Multiple Cosmetic Issues? We Can Help!

If you have significant cosmetic issues, the dentists at our Germantown, TN, office offer dental veneers as part of a smile makeover, a treatment plan that combines procedures to simultaneously address multiple cosmetic concerns.

You may want to combine your dental veneer treatment with professional teeth whitening to brighten your entire smile and help your natural teeth shine. Have a gummy smile? Gum contouring can be easily paired with your new porcelain veneers to further enhance your smile. A smile makeover is fully customizable to address your unique cosmetic goals. 

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What Other Patients Say About Our Germantown Practice


Sharon Malone


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All good. Dr. Mike is very good at explaining dental questions and problems. Liked everyone in office

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Your staff are very good at what they do. I have nothing but great things to say about your practice.

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Elite Dental Care

Each doctor at Elite Dental Care is specially trained in: 

  • Oral conscious sedation
  • Orthodontic treatment
  • Dental implants
  • Cosmetic dentistry

To experience the outstanding level of care we provide to each and every one of our patients, book a consultation today. We invite you to request an appointment online or call one of our five area offices in Jackson, Dyersburg, Germantown, Eads, Trenton, or Ripley, TN.

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Contact us today if you have a question or would like to schedule an appointment. We are here to help!
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