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Get lasting smile improvements in Michigan with veneers suited to your unique needs


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Veneers Michigan - Get Lasting Smile Improvements You don’t merely “get veneers” at Richard S. Bernstein D.D.S. You partner with Dr. Bernstein to get the smile of your dreams. The doctor engages patients in every step of the process.

Personalized design

The dental team puts the shade guide in your hands. By holding the guide against your face, you can compare different shades to pinpoint a desired color.

Soliciting your preferences doesn’t stop there, during the design stage. Dr. Bernstein will pull back the curtain on the lab where your veneers are made. Usually, after the wax-up or model for your veneers is sent to a dental lab in Southeast Michigan, you are not involved in the process until after the veneers are made.

The dental team at Richard S. Bernstein D.D.S. wants you to see and have a say in the look of your veneers before the day comes when they are bonded in place. You can review the many colors and translucency that combine to create natural-looking veneers. Real teeth are not one-dimensional. Some areas of the tooth may appear more opaque when compared to other areas.

The dental team also appreciates your personal preferences. Some patients may desire a dazzlingly white smile, whereas others may desire a subtle improvement that restores teeth to their original color. If you have any concerns about the look of your veneers, feedback can be provided and adjustments made accordingly. This approach offers a convenient alternative to the traditional process. Should they not suit your tastes, the veneers would have to be re-made.

Dr. Bernstein appreciates your unique needs as a patient. He had veneers for 17 years before opting for a lighter shade. You, too, can enjoy the many benefits of veneers, which transcend “lifelike appearance” and include:

  • Versatility
  • Strength
  • Minimal preparation
  • A comfortable experience
Modern dental materials when bonded to your natural enamel can withstand the forces required for chewing and other functions for 10, 15, or even 25-plus years. Since no more than .5 mm of enamel is typically removed to make room for the veneers, little preparation is required and the procedure is generally well-tolerated without anesthetics. Veneers are as well-suited to close gaps and recontour chips as they are to cover up stubborn discoloration and reshape teeth.

Schedule an appointment to find out how veneers can dramatically improve your appearance, singlehandedly or as part of a comprehensive smile makeover.


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