In dentistry, a veneer is a thin layer of strong porcelain that substitutes for natural tooth enamel. When bonded to your teeth, veneers can create a natural-looking, beautiful new surface. Dental porcelain, like natural tooth enamel, is translucent and tough. Dental veneers, however, don't stain like tooth enamel does.
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Veneers can be used to improve any of the following characteristics of your teeth:
The first step in creating a new smile with porcelain veneers is to communicate exactly what you don't like about your current smile. It helps to bring pictures of smiles you like to start the discussion.
To prepare your teeth, your dentist may need to remove a small amount of enamel. Molds of your teeth will be used by a skilled dental laboratory to create your veneers, and you will wear a temporary set of veneers during the few weeks it takes to create your permanent veneers. When the veneers come back from the lab, they will be cemented onto your teeth.
Just like the teeth nature gave you, teeth restored with veneers need gentle brushing and flossing every day to remove dental plaque and ensure good gum tissue health. Regular checkups at the dental office will remain as important as always to your oral and general health.
Veneers are lauded by patients and dentists from far and wide because they can help correct a variety of issues. They are made to suit each patient who needs them individually, and here at South Plainfield Dental Group, we only use the latest and most advanced technology and materials to administer them. Today, the veneers we use look and act like real teeth more than ever before. No one will know they aren't the real thing!
If you live around South Plainfield, Plainfield, Middlesex, Metuchen, Bridgewater or other points in Middlesex County, New Jersey, we want to serve you. Call us today to schedule an appointment to receive dental veneers.
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