Get a Beautiful, Natural Smile with Porcelain Veneers
Have you ever wished that you could just change one or more teeth in your smile? Take that small tooth and make it larger. Take that crooked tooth and make it straight. Bring those two teeth in the front together to close the gap. That’s what porcelain veneers can do for you.
Porcelain veneers are thin, custom-crafted porcelain restorations that can replace or be bonded over the front surface of your teeth. They can be used to whiten, reshape, and lengthen your teeth, giving you a youthful, attractive smile.
Whether you’re looking for an entirely new smile, or just want to change one or two teeth, porcelain veneers can do it for you. Please call (610) 272-0828 or contact Dental Excellence of Blue Bell to learn more about porcelain veneers in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia cosmetic dentist Dr. Kenneth Siegel has a long career focused on cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry.
He trained at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute of Advanced Dental Studies where he earned the title of Master Aesthetic Dentist. Dr. Siegel has provided porcelain veneers for hundreds of Philadelphia patients and is a leader in restoring naturally beautiful smiles.
Producing a perfect smile is truly an art. As each person is an individual, Dr. Siegel uses his advanced training and experience to successfully design the shape, color, size and alignment to correct tooth shape, alignment, fill gaps in your teeth, or just give you a brighter, whiter smile. If you’d like to improve your smile with porcelain veneers, contact us today!
Attractive and Durable, Too
Porcelain veneers are called “porcelain” because of their white color, which can be subtly adjusted to match your natural teeth. They also have a natural tooth luster that means they are very hard to distinguish from your natural teeth.
These porcelain restorations are made of a highly durable advanced composite material. In studies, more than 95% of porcelain veneers are in place after 10 years, and up to 85% in place after 20 years. Porcelain veneers have limitations, but when properly used and cared for, they are among the most successful cosmetic dentistry treatments available.
Lumineers: Ultra-Thin Veneers Gently Transform Your Smile
In addition to traditional porcelain veneers, Dr. Siegel will evaluate your case and determine if Lumineers may be appropriate. Lumineers take a different approach to restoring your teeth. Traditional veneers are used to replace the front surface of your teeth, but Lumineers are simply bonded to the front of your teeth. The benefit of this is that they do not require preparation of your teeth, making them completely reversible, but it does limit the cases in which they are useful.
Both Lumineers and porcelain veneers are used to change the shape, color, size and spacing of your teeth. Meticulous measurements and photographs are used to evaluate your needs and determine what will be necessary to create a radiant smile for you.
Dr. Siegel blends precision dentistry, advanced technology and an eye for artistic detail. Meticulous measurements and photographs are used to evaluate your smile needs and determine what will be necessary to create a beautiful, natural smile for you.
BioClear Porcelain Veneers Alternative
If you are unhappy with black triangles that have formed around the base of your teeth, porcelain veneers might not be the optimal solution. Porcelain veneers would require the removal of more tooth material than we might want in this situation, and they are expensive. BioClear is a better alternative for this situation.
BioClear is a flowable dental bonding solution that allows the bonding to flow around the base of the tooth, effectively filling in the gap. With no need to remove tooth material and a much more attractive price, BioClear is rapidly growing in popularity for fixing black triangles.
“I finally have a perfect smile. I may never have plastic surgery, but I can always be confident that I have gorgeous teeth.
I decided to have veneers and crowns installed on every tooth for cosmetic and functional reasons. I was 49-years-old at the time and the appearance of my teeth made me very unhappy. I looked like I was 39 and my teeth looked like they belonged to a 59-year-old.
Dr. Siegel did extensive work in two stages; first the upper and them the lower teeth. I finally have a perfect smile. I may never have plastic surgery, but I can always be confident that I have gorgeous teeth.”