Designed to be customized and natural looking, porcelain veneers can turn any smile into something far more spectacular. When teeth are misshapen, cracked, worn down, too small, uneven, chipped, dull, stained, too far apart, slightly crooked, or simply could use a step up aesthetically, porcelain veneers provide a long-term solution, creating a more perfect set of teeth patients can’t stop raving about. The transformation can be subtle or something that changes one’s look completely. Whether only a few teeth or several teeth are involved, the results are remarkable.

Here’s more information you should know about porcelain veneers, what the process is like, how to care for them, and so forth. We can let you know if you’d be a good candidate for porcelain veneers during your consultation at Advanced Dentistry. 

What Are Porcelain Veneers Made Of?

Just that, porcelain. But they are super thin shells that are shaped to fit seamlessly over the natural teeth, with a shine, shade, and finish that mimics the look of natural teeth. They won’t protrude or look obvious; the only thing anyone will notice is how great your smile looks.

How Will The Porcelain Veneers Be Put On My Teeth?

During your first visit, we will take precise measurements of your teeth. These will be sent to the lab where the veneers will be custom created. Then you will return to the office for a second visit where we will bond these veneers to your teeth for a strong hold. The entire process is painless and the end product is beautiful. Your enhanced teeth will be even, aligned, and more attractive. Once they’re bonded to your teeth, you’re good to go. That’s it.  

Will My Porcelain Veneers Stain?

Here’s more great news. Porcelain veneers don’t stain like natural teeth can. So, go ahead and enjoy all the foods and drinks you love. Just be sure to brush and floss to keep them as good as new. Porcelain veneers are very strong too, so expect them to last a long time. 

How Do I Take Care Of My Porcelain Veneers?

You should brush and floss as you would normally, and be sure to follow-up with regular dental exams at Advanced Dentistry. There are no special care procedures aside from practicing good oral hygiene habits, something you ought to be doing anyway.

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