One Treatment, Two Visits, One Beautiful Smile!
If there’s one aspect about their smile that people wish they could change, it’s the numerus stains and wear and tear that comes with normal use. Enamel begins to wear down over time, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for a smile you’re not proud to show off. Porcelain veneers from Dr. Neale help you transform your smile quickly and effectively for many years to come. If you want to solve multiple imperfections simultaneously while saving money on other cosmetic treatments, porcelain veneers may be for you. Contact our office to speak with one of our expert cosmetic dentists!
What are Porcelain Veneers?
Originally made from a block of durable dental ceramic, porcelain veneers are ultra-thin coverings designed to adhere to the visible portions of teeth when you smile. While dental veneers have been around for decades, porcelain veneers are far more durable and natural-looking than the composite resin veneers of the past. Today, veneers are meant to stay on teeth for a minimum of 10 years and can easily last as long as 15 to 20 years when properly maintained.
The Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
Outside of their longevity, porcelain veneers are the most natural-looking solution to imperfections in your smile. Not only are they shaded to blend in with the rest of your teeth, but porcelain reflects much in the same way as natural tooth enamel. That means your teeth will only blend in more effectively, regardless of the time of day.
Furthermore, porcelain is made significantly less stain-resistant compared to natural enamel. That is because this substance does not carry the many scratches, cracks and crevices for pigmentated foods to seep into and stain. Its smooth surface combined with a protective resin coating makes it the perfect solution for fixing cosmetic damage.
Speaking of imperfections, there are few treatments proven to be as comprehensive as porcelain veneers. If you’re trying to hide any of the following issues, chances are porcelain veneers can accomplish the task with ease. These issues include: