Does your smile need some serious whitening power? Porcelain veneers can solve that problem. Are your teeth too small, leaving unattractive gaps in your smile? Porcelain veneers can fix that. Do you have broken or chipped teeth? Porcelain veneers can make them as good as new. They can be used to correct a few problem teeth, or even on every tooth to completely remake your smile!
They’re durable and low maintenance.
Porcelain veneers are permanently bonded to your teeth, and they require no more maintenance than your real teeth — you can brush and floss them as normal! And while the word “porcelain” might make you think “fragile,” the composite materials used for porcelain veneers nowadays are extremely durable. In fact, 95% of porcelain veneers are still in good condition over ten years after they are applied!
So comfortable, you’ll forget you have them.
While there can be some discomfort during the process of applying porcelain veneers, once your final veneers are in place, you won’t even be able to feel them! When properly applied, they will feel just like your normal teeth. The only time you’ll remember they exist is when you look at your gorgeous new smile in the mirror!
They can reflect your unique smile.
Historically, porcelain veneers were modeled after what dentists thought was the “perfect smile.” But nowadays, your porcelain veneers can be as unique as you are! Our designs are crafted to appear natural, and carefully designed to suit you and your individual smile.
While some cosmetic dental treatments can take months or even years to achieve their goals, porcelain veneers can give you the smile of your dreams in as little as two visits!
Porcelain veneers are a flexible, reliable solution to a wide variety of cosmetic dentistry needs. If you’re still not sure, there are alternatives, but if you’re ready to start a conversation with your dentist about porcelain veneers, get in touch today! We can’t wait to help you achieve the smile you’re dreaming of.
Contact us at 610.272.0828 to schedule an appointment with Blue Bell dentist Dr. Kenneth Siegel.]]>