Do you have chipped or crooked teeth?
One or multiple teeth can be transformed by porcelain veneers. Durable, low-maintenance and natural looking porcelain veneers can be used to treat multiple dental concerns. Dr. Drew Shulman and our team can provide in-office treatment at our Philadelphia office to restore your smile.
What are Porcelain Veneers Used For?
Porcelain veneers can correct a variety of problems. Some dental problems that porcelain veneers can correct include:
- Gaps in teeth
- Stained teeth
- Cracked teeth
- Misshaped teeth
- Discolored teeth
- Crooked teeth
- Broken teeth
- Chipped teeth
Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
There are also multiple benefits that porcelain veneers offer patients. Porcelain veneers:
- Look and feel natural
- Protect against discoloration
- Preserve natural tooth structure
- Cover chips, cracks, and discoloration
- Are simple to maintain
Because dental veneers are created from porcelain material, they can be color matched and can reflect light. Their material offers a cosmetic restoration that can make you forget that you even have them bonded to your teeth.
Porcelain Veneers: What to Expect
Porcelain veneers are crafted from thin shells of dental ceramic which are reflective and color-matched to natural teeth. Dr. Shulman will remove a small amount of tooth structure from the tooth or teeth that will receive the dental veneers. After teeth are prepared, molds of teeth will be taken to create custom-fit veneers.
Before a final restoration is constructed, patients are fitted with temporary veneers. After two to three weeks, the permanent veneers are bonded to prepared teeth. Dr. Shulman will make any necessary adjustments for fit and to ensure that you have a stable bite. Your porcelain veneers will be permanently bonded to teeth and polished for 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.
Who is not a good candidate for porcelain veneers?
If you have extensive tooth decay, misaligned teeth, or suffer from chronic tooth grinding, you may find 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 applied to the front of the tooth. Dental crowns cover teeth like a cap.
Schedule an Appointment
Do you want to repair your damaged teeth or change the appearance of your smile? Restore or enhance your teeth for the smile of your dreams. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Shulman in our Northeast Philadelphia dental office, call (215) 372-1142 today.