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Porcelain Veneers Philadelphia, PA

Do you have chipped or crooked teeth?

The aesthetics of your smile may be reflective of your oral health. If you have chipped, cracked or missing teeth, your smile may be at risk of developing a more serious dental health concern. However, there are solutions. Porcelain veneers give you an instant smile makeover while also addressing .

Your dentist can transform just one, or multiple teeth with porcelain veneers. They are durable, low-maintenance and natural-looking. Dr. Drew Shulman uses dental veneers to treat multiple cosmetic dental concerns. Dr. Shulman and our team can provide in-office cosmetic dental treatments to restore your smile at our Philadelphia dentist office. We provide porcelain veneers for patients looking to close gaps between teeth, brighten their smile, and more.

porcelain veneers in Northeast Philadelphia, PA

What can porcelain veneers do for me?

Porcelain veneers can correct a variety of problems. Some dental problems that porcelain veneers can correct include:

  • Gaps between teeth
  • Stained teeth
  • Cracked teeth
  • Misshaped teeth
  • Discolored teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Broken teeth
  • Chipped teeth
  • Short teeth

Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

There are also multiple benefits that porcelain veneers offer patients, including:

  • Look and feel natural
  • Protect against discoloration
  • Preserve natural tooth structure
  • Cover chips, cracks, and discoloration
  • Are simple to maintain

The beauty of porcelain veneers is that we create them from porcelain material, so they can reflect light like natural tooth enamel. They offer a cosmetic restoration that can make you forget that you have them.

Porcelain Veneers Treatment in Philadelphia

We craft porcelain veneers from thin shells of dental ceramic. This ceramic is reflective and we can easily color-match it to your natural teeth. To begin, Dr. Shulman will remove a small amount of tooth structure from the tooth or teeth that will receive the dental veneers. After we prepare the teeth, we will take molds or digital impressions to create custom-fit veneers. We need precise measurements to make sure your restoration fits comfortably.

Before we create the final restoration at the dental laboratory, we will fit you with temporary veneers. After two to three weeks, the permanent veneers should be ready. Dr. Shulman will make any necessary adjustments for fit, and to ensure that you have a stable bite before permanently bonding them. Finally, with your approval we will permanently bond your veneers to teeth and polish them to create a natural look.

Porcelain Veneers FAQs

Am I a good candidate for porcelain veneers?

If you have stained, misshapen or damaged teeth, you can benefit from dental treatment using porcelain veneers. Many patients are good candidates, although patients with more extensive damage to their teeth may need different treatment.

Who is not a good candidate for porcelain veneers?

Patients that have extensive tooth decay, misaligned teeth, or suffer from chronic tooth grinding may not be good candidates. They may find that other treatments like a root canal or Invisalign may be more effective than porcelain veneers.

What’s the difference between porcelain veneers and dental crowns?

Porcelain veneers are like hub caps. We cement them to the front of an affected tooth. Dental crowns cover the tops of teeth like a beanie. Dentists can use both for cosmetic dental purposes, but dental crowns are a restorative dental treatment for functional issues.

Can I whiten dental veneers?

No, unfortunately teeth whitening does not remove stains from veneers. Since the type of veneer we provide is stain-resistant porcelain, they will not get dark. Most, if not all, dental restorations will not whiten with traditional teeth whitening procedures.

How do I take care of my new veneers?

It’s important to take care of your veneers in order to maintain their longevity. Some ways you can do this are by flossing and brushing your teeth twice a day. You should also visit your dentist at least twice a year for a checkup, cleaning, and polish. Avoid using hard toothbrushes with bristles because they can scratch the surface of your veneers. Although rare, this could cause them to chip or break.

Schedule A Dental Exam Today

Do you want to repair your damaged teeth or change the appearance of your smile? To restore and enhance your smile with porcelain veneers, schedule a dental exam and consultation with Dr. Shulman in our Northeast Philadelphia dentist office! Call (215) 372-1142 to schedule a cosmetic dentistry treatment today.