Porcelain veneers (also called laminates) are a simple, long lasting solution for many minor cosmetic issues. At our office, we use porcelain veneers to improve the appearance of:
Stained or discolored teeth
Unsightly gaps between front teeth
Rough or jagged edges on front teeth
Teeth that are too small or large in proportion to rest of the mouth
At Annex Dentistry, we provide beautiful, natural-looking solutions to cosmetic issues that also promote oral and whole body health. Porcelain veneers can help you get a whiter, straighter smile you’ll be proud to show off.
A porcelain veneer is a thin, tooth-shaped shell of porcelain that covers the front of each tooth. They bond directly to the front of the tooth, similar to the way artificial fingernails work. Each porcelain veneer is a work of art, carefully crafted to fit your individual smile.
In the hands of a highly skilled dentist, porcelain veneers can provide you with an incredibly natural, beautiful smile. They’re virtually undetectable and can dramatically improve your appearance. They’re also more durable and long-lasting than other cosmetic treatments.
Veneers aren’t right for everyone. For example, they’re not a good solution for teeth with excessive decay. In those cases, porcelain crowns are the only alternative. For patients with extremely crooked teeth, I often recommend orthodontic treatment instead of veneers. If minor discoloration is your only issue, a professional whitening may be a better choice.
Porcelain veneers are, however, a quick, durable, and affordable solution for most minor cosmetic issues.
|Appearance||Each veneer is specifically made to fit each of your teeth, while correcting imperfections in shape, color, and size.|
|Materials||Our porcelain material is non-toxic and completely safe long term.|
|Comfort||Our minimally invasive techniques and a painstakingly accurate measuring and placing result in long-term comfort.|
|Durability||Well-crafted veneers are highly durable and last many years, but will eventually need to be replaced.|
Did You Know?
Annex Dentistry offers second opinions and will help you make the best choice for your health and your smile.