Porcelain Veneers - 2015
Porcelain veneers is the only porcelain proven in an ongoing study to last over 20 years.** Why porcelain veneers? Why now? Because porcelain veneers has contact lens-thin porcelain technology that provides beauty and strength, while preserving your natural tooth structure.
And, that means you can correct a wide variety of unsightly dental distortions or conditions such as:
- Tooth discoloration
- Noticeable gaps
- Permanent stains
- Broken or misshapen teeth
- Porcelain veneers can even bond to existing crowns and bridgework without having to replace them.
It means anyone can have a beautiful smile, and that can be a life-changing procedure. Best of all, porcelain veneers are applied with a revolutionary procedure. Just think...
- Most cases don't require drilling or shots
- No removal of sensitive tooth structure
- Comfortable for sensitive patients
Want to know more? Ask us what porcelain veneers can do for you – maybe a life-changing smile is in your future.
NO TOOTH REDUCTION
Even revitalize old crowns and bridgework without replacement.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q. What are porcelain veneers?
A. Porcelain veneers are thin porcelain shields that are bonded to the front of your teeth to create dramatic changes in your smile.
Q. Is there any discomfort involved?
A. No! Because porcelain veneers require little to no preparation; in most cases, there is no need for shots or drilling of sensitive tooth structure.
Q. How long will it take to change my smile?
A. While some people may need other dental treatments, porcelain veneers typically require two dental visits.
Q. How do I know if porcelain veneers are right for me?
A. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Doshier, who can show you how your smile can be improved with porcelain veneers.
Q. How long do porcelain veneers last?
A. Long-term clinical research with porcelain veneers (over 20 years) shows 100% retention with no discoloration.**
Q. What if I have questions?
A. If you have further questions, email or call today.
** Results available upon request