Porcelain Veneers Create Stunning Smiles

If you’re suffering from chipped, cracked, gapped, and permanently stained teeth, there’s hope for you to achieve the smile of your dreams. Did you know that your cosmetic dentist can transform your smile from flawed to flawless with porcelain veneers? In fact, using the same techniques and materials that produce perfect and illustrious smiles for celebrities and entertainers, your cosmetic dentist will drastically improve your appearance and conceal imperfections.

Porcelain veneers are one of the most popular ways to improve a flawed smile. Made from wafer thin pieces of porcelain, veneers are used to cover the outside portion of a tooth. Each veneer is made to precise specifications to match the shape and size of your tooth while also complementing the contour of your gum line and the size of your mouth.

Since porcelain veneers are custom-crafted for each patient, they produce natural looking results. Porcelain is also ideal because it reflects light and closely resembles the chemical structure of a natural tooth.

The first step to improving your smile is to schedule a consultation with your cosmetic dentist to see if this procedure is right for your needs. At your consultation, feel free to discuss areas of your smile which you would like to see improved. Your dentist will also conduct an examination to assess your overall oral health.

Once your dentist determines that porcelain veneers will benefit you, molds of your teeth will be taken and sent to a dental laboratory. These molds will allow dental technicians to create your veneers based on the specifications provided by your dentist. When your veneers are completed, you will return to your dentist’s office where the veneers will be placed and permanently bonded to your teeth. Patients will leave the dentist’s office with instant results that conceal nearly every smile flaw imaginable.

To learn more about porcelain veneers and cosmetic dentistry, contact the office of Dr. Gardner at 516-484-6394 to reserve your consultation today.

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