Tooth colored veneers are an important part of smile improvements in Farmington Hills MI
By Dr. Richard Bernstein
Beautiful Results in Two VisitsA veneers-wearer himself, Dr. Bernstein will consult with you to determine the best approach. While veneers are suited to cover chips, stubborn discoloration, or even to close gaps as “instant orthodontics,” they aren’t for everyone. Depending on your needs, alternative procedures may be recommended.
The doctor will create a wax-up to guide the design of your veneers. The treated tooth or teeth will be prepared with the removal of a small amount of enamel. Today’s veneers require minimal reduction to accommodate the very thin porcelain shells applied to your teeth. Temporary veneers will be applied and worn while the permanent ones are being made in the lab. After the veneers are made, you return to the office where Dr. Bernstein will check the fit and appearance and, if all is well, bond them to your teeth.
Advanced Dentistry with a Caring HandRichard S. Bernstein D.D.S. is committed to your satisfaction. You have input on the look of your veneers through every step of the process, from providing feedback on the wax-up to holding a shade guide to your teeth to select the colors that look most natural. Patients are welcome to visit the lab and provide feedback on Tooth Colored Veneers designed by your Farmington Hills MI dentist. It’s important to be happy with what you see in the mirror, because these low-maintenance veneers are designed to last! Call 248-636-2100 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Bernstein.
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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