If you find yourself dissatisfied with the look of your teeth- size, shape, or color, then you may want to learn more about porcelain veneers from Cavalier Family Dental. Veneers are thin shells that our Canton cosmetic dentist
, Dr. Joseph Gondoly will place over the fronts of your teeth. Why porcelain? For one thing, it’s a material that has superior resistance to stains. If your teeth are discolored right now, it may be because of personal habits like drinking coffee, tea, or red wine; maybe you’re a smoker or you like to chew tobacco. These can all result in stained teeth. Well, porcelain veneers will not only give you whiter and brighter looking teeth (porcelain is a material that mimics the color of your natural teeth), but they will stay that way for a lot longer, even if you continue to indulge in the things that helped make them discolored to begin with.
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Porcelain veneers from our Canton cosmetic dentist
can act to improve a variety of tooth concerns. If your teeth are broken, cracked, chipped, or have a gap too wide between them, porcelain veneers can help. Typically, three sessions are needed to complete the work. The process begins with a consultation, during which you will discuss your concerns and goals- in other words, what do you want to improve with the use of porcelain veneers. Dr. Gondoly will examine your teeth to make sure that they are healthy and strong enough for porcelain veneers. The veneers will be fashioned and then applied, fitted, and bonded. The result is a sturdy, durable, safe, and highly effective solution to your cosmetic dental needs.
You should be aware that porcelain veneers are not a reversible process. They will usually last for 5 to 10 years, giving you a greatly improved smile with little fuss. While there are other dental methods for addressing cosmetic problems, porcelain veneers done by our Canton cosmetic dentist
are among the very simplest to do and they can solve more than one problem at the same time, making them particularly efficient if you want to both whiten your teeth and correct the look of cracked or broken teeth.
By Cavalier Family Dental
April 10, 2014