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Dental veneers for a perfect smile

Dental Veneers Philadelphia

What are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers (sometimes called porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates) are custom-made, wafer-thin shells of tooth-colored materials made to coat the front surface of your teeth to enhance your smile. These thin shells are affixed to the outside of your teeth and can change the color, size, shape, or length of your teeth.

How are Dental Veneers made?

Porcelain veneers are produced using high quality porcelain materials.

Why are they better than other cosmetic dental options? Porcelain veneers do not stain and use the light reflecting properties of natural teeth to give you a more natural glow. If you live in Philadelphia, talk with our on-staff dentist go over options and find the best choice of veneer material for your smile.

Porcelain veneers are very strong and they look very life-like. They are also impervious to staining. However, although they are strong and have a long life, if they chip or break, then the entire veneer must be replaced.

So the question everyone always asks is:

What is the Cost of Porcelain Veneers in Philadelphia? 

They are very affordable and only take a small amount of time to get put in. The best way to find out an accurate cost and the best option for your smile is to call our office or get a complimentary consultation.

What Do Dental Veneers Fix?

  • Teeth that are stained due to root canal treatment; stains from tetracycline or different drugs, extreme fluoride or other causes; or the existence of resin fillings that have tarnished the tooth
  • Teeth that are broken or chipped
  • Teeth that are worn down
  • Teeth with gaps between them (to reduce the space between these teeth)
  • Teeth that are uneven, misaligned, or irregularly shaped (for instance, have bulges or craters in them)
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Are Lumineers better than Veneers?

Lumineers serve the same function as porcelain veneers. The difference between lumineers and veneers is lumineers are simply bonded in place where veneers require that a layer of enamel must be removed before placing them in.

The original tooth is left unchanged and the enamel is not damaged with lumineers, which some patients prefer as a long-term solution.

Traditional veneers are normally around 0.5 millimeters thick, while Lumineers are normally 0.3 millimeters thick. Many patients and dental practitioners prefer the Lumineers brand over traditional veneers since they are thinner and easier to apply.

The best thing about Lumineers is they are painless method to gaining a perfectly aligned smile and bright white teeth. ¬†Likewise, you don’t need to replace your current dental or crown bridges to get Lumineers.

Ready to find out if Lumineers or Veneers are good for you or your loved one? Call our Philadelphia dental office for more info:
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