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What are porcelain veneers?
Looking to have that perfect A-List celebrity smile? Porcelain Veneers will most likely do the trick. A porcelain veneer is small thin shelled layer of porcelain (<05mm), that are custom-fit and bonded to the front of the teeth. Porcelain Veneers can give you a brighter, whiter attractive smile and help restore confidence. Porcelain Veneers can be used to correct numerous dental problems such as teeth spacing, chips in your teeth, stained teeth, and crooked or worn out teeth. A Porcelain Veneer placed on top of a discolored or crooked tooth can let you easily achieve a beautiful smile.
Will They Look Like My Normal Teeth?
Porcelain veneers are custom-made in a dental laboratory to look exactly like your natural teeth, making them virtually undetectable. Porcelain veneers are one of the best dental restorative options when it comes to their similarity in appearance of your natural tooth. Porcelain veneers are also resilient to future staining due to coffee, tea, or even cigarettes. Porcelain veneers are so thin that when light shines through them it is a natural blend for your teeth making them indistinguishable.
How durable are porcelain veneers?
Like anything else, with proper care, porcelain veneers are made to be very strong and durable. At Smiles R Us, we will ensure that your veneers are manufactured from the highest quality of porcelain, fitted with exact precision and bonded with the most advanced adhesive materials available on the dental market. There are many ceramic materials to choose from for your porcelain veneers and every case and each individual has their own needs. “No two smiles are the same”.
Crowns can be made from a vast array of materials today, each with their own benefits. Depending on your expenses the doctor will most likely recommend what materials should be used for your crowns but if you are looking for a more natural look that could be color matched to your teeth, your best option would be an all porcelain or ceramic crown. Metal crowns preserve more of the tooth structure and withstand biting and chewing forces well. Most high quality made crowns have a longer life but it all depends on good proper oral hygiene as the crown will last as long as your teeth do. The cost of getting a crown will vary depending on the materials used, the doctor implementing the crown and the number of crowns needed for your teeth.
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