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Introducing Our Porcelain Veneers Section

Porcelain veneers are one of the most powerful procedures in cosmetic dentistry, but most people don’t know much about them. That’s why we decided to expand our information on the website so that people who might benefit from porcelain veneers will know what they are and what they can do. Here’s what we added:

Porcelain Veneers Options

Porcelain veneers are incredibly versatile because there are so many options for how to get the exact smile you want. You can choose the design of your smile, the number of veneers, the color of the veneers, the style of the veneers, and more. You can even choose if you want veneers that might be reversible.

The Porcelain Veneers Process

What is it like to get porcelain veneers? This page walks you through the process step by step, from your first consultation until your final fitting. Once you read this page, you’ll understand the entire porcelain veneers process.

Porcelain Veneers after Care

But what happens after the porcelain veneers process? That’s when you are responsible for taking care of your porcelain veneers. Do it right, and they can last you decades (yeah, that’s intentionally plural). And here’s the good news: it isn’t even that hard.

Limitations of porcelain Veneers

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: porcelain veneers are powerful. But they do have their limitations, which are as important to understand as what they can accomplish.

What Are Lumineers?

Lumineers are those reversible porcelain veneers you’ve heard about. But how do they accomplish it? Read here and find out.

Porcelain Veneers in TMJ Treatment

Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) is a jaw dysfunction that can be really damaging to your teeth. Porcelain veneers don’t help treat your jaw problem, but they can help reverse the damage to your teeth.

Common Questions

Porcelain Veneers SectionBut maybe you just have a lot of questions about porcelain veneers. That’s what this page is for: to answer your questions and direct you to more detailed information, if you’re interested.

But what do you do if this gaggle of new pages doesn’t tell you everything you want or need to know about porcelain veneers? That’s easy: please call (610) 272-0828 for a porcelain veneers consultation in Philadelphia. Cosmetic dentist Dr. Ken Siegel can explain it all in person.