Veneers are made from medical-grade porcelain.
This advanced dental ceramic mimics the light-reflecting properties of natural tooth enamel and will be color-matched to the shade of surrounding teeth.
Veneers are a versatile smile enhancement.
Porcelain veneers are commonly used to conceal chips, cracks, misalignment, gaps, and stubborn discoloration that does not respond to traditional whitening treatment.
Quality and durability you can feel.
These incredibly thin shells are also remarkably strong. With proper oral care, porcelain veneers can last for up to 25 years without fracturing or other damage.
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Sounds impressive but are veneers right for me?
Before veneers are placed, a certain amount of enamel must be removed. Minimal and no-prep techniques allow a broader range of patients to qualify. However, some patients with very worn or thin enamel might not be eligible for veneers.
Even though veneers will not stain or develop decay, patients must continue to practice good oral hygiene. Regular checkups are essential so your dentist can monitor the integrity of the restorations, as well as clean the underlying teeth and along the gums.
Dental bonding is commonly used to treat many of the same conditions as porcelain veneers. While bonding is a fine option, composite resin cannot compete with the strength, durability, and lifelike appearance of a well-crafted porcelain veneer.
What can veneers address?
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In the past, veneers could appear unnatural, too perfect, or bulky. But with today's state-of-the-art materials, they are indistinguishable from natural teeth to all except the most highly trained eye.
Although every patient's results will vary depending on their goals, you can generally expect a brighter, more balanced, and more youthful-looking smile.
Now what if you could revitalize your whole smile with one treatment?
Veneers can simply be cared for like your natural teeth. Although everyone should refrain from certain habits, veneers patients especially should also avoid:
If you grind your teeth from time to time or play contact sports, speak with your doctor about receiving a customized mouthguard.
Still considering other treatments?
No other dental treatment can address such a wide variety of cosmetic concerns. Bonding can treat a number of conditions but does not have the longevity of veneers. A crown can repair damaged teeth, but requires significant alterations to the natural structure of the tooth.
Porcelain veneers are designed to enhance the appearance of your smile immediately after they are placed.
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