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Porcelain veneers can restore luster to a smile by covering the blemishes on the teeth. Following a quick procedure, you will not miss any opportunity to show off your perfect grin. In the following section, we provide information on what porcelain veneers are, as well as how they can be beneficial to you.
What are Porcelain Veneers?A porcelain veneer refers to a thin shell comprising tooth-colored material (porcelain) which is fitted onto a tooth to hide cracks and other types of imperfections, such as stains. Veneers can help with the following cosmetic flaws:
- Cracked teeth
- Tooth discoloration
- Chipped teeth
- Poorly shaped or sized teeth
- Gaps between teeth
Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
Effective and EfficientIf your teeth are chipped, cracked, discolored, or you would like to alter the size and shape of your teeth, porcelain veneers may be an excellent treatment for you. Porcelain veneers are generally preferable to dental bonding and appear just like natural teeth. Your friends and family will love your new smile.
Quick ProcedurePorcelain veneers do not warrant an involved placement procedure. You can enjoy a dazzling, blemish-free smile after only two visits.
Covering Stubborn StainsPorcelain veneers are sought-after by patients with tooth discoloration. Teeth whitening may not be the most suitable option in every case, and this may depend on the grade and depth of the discoloration. In certain cases, porcelain veneers may be ideal for the patient. They can cover stubborn stains and are resistant to future staining as well. This means that the patient can enjoy a dazzling white smile without worrying about staining occurring in the future.
DurableIf the patient maintains it well, a porcelain veneer can last 10 to 30 years. A well-qualified dentist will only use the best materials with the most advanced and safest techniques. This means that patients may be assured of receiving an ideal and effective treatment.
Smile MakeoverPorcelain veneers can entirely transform a smile in only two visits to the dentist. Veneers are compatible with other dental treatments such as fillings, teeth whitening, and dental bridges. Porcelain veneers offer patients comprehensive treatment to address their needs.
Oral Health BenefitsPorcelain veneers mainly offer cosmetic benefits. But they can improve overall dental health in a variety of ways. First, they offer more strength to compromised teeth. However, patients should understand that veneers cannot address seriously damaged or weak teeth. In such cases, a dental crown can offer the tooth better protection.
Encouraging Dental HygienePorcelain veneers may prompt good oral hygiene. Patients are more likely to practice great care when they have a beautiful, natural-looking smile. During the initial consultation or in the course of the placement process, patients should learn the best methods for veneer care and underlying teeth protection from their dentist.
Repairs for Gapped TeethA majority of patients assume that the sole method to address gaps in their smile is via orthodontic treatment. This may be true in certain cases. However, in certain cases veneers offer an instant solution for ideal candidates. A cosmetic dentist can close the gap in the teeth by creating porcelain veneers that are a bit larger than the underlying teeth.
Enhancing Crooked TeethPatients who have teeth with only slight misalignment or a single seriously crooked tooth are understandably averse to wearing braces for many years. Porcelain veneers can offer such patients a fast and effective solution.
Richard S. Bernstein D.D.S
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With over 25 years of experience, Dr. Bernstein is a renowned cosmetic dentist and is passionate about providing the best for his patients, making him a respected pillar of trust amongst his community. He possesses a Masters in Biochemistry - WSU School of Medicine, and a Doctorate in Dental Surgery - University of Detroit.He is presently a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, and a Diplomate in the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry (ABAD) to name a few.
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