Porcelain VeneersPorcelain veneers provide some of the most natural results. This process is used for many cosmetic dental problems and issues. Veneers are used to correct crooked and chipped teeth. What else can be corrected? Teeth that are misaligned, worn teeth, teeth that are not shaped well and even bad bites. Veneers also can solve many other common issues. The name comes from the use of thin sheets of material. The material is often made from porcelain. Sheets are bonded to correct the issue and achieve the desired look. So what makes veneers the right choice?

What Makes Porcelain Veneers the Right Choice?

Simply put, they look super natural. This makes the application virtually undetectable. This is due to the highly translucent material. However, this material and its application is also another fantastic reason to use them for cosmetic restorations. The layers or sheets used make the application extremely durable, similar to natural dental enamel and can last many decades. The materials remain strong and retain a white appearance. This makes veneers simply one of the best choices. And, they correct most common cosmetic dental issues. So, how are veneers applied?

How are Porcelain Veneers Applied?

A mold is made of the tooth or affected teeth. The mold is then used to create the porcelain veneers. This in turn reconstructs the desired look for each tooth. The veneer is  bound to each tooth using dental bond adhesive. This creates an extremely strong end result when applied correctly. Application is important. So, why is that so important? Improperly applied porcelain veneers can fall off. Dr. Greenbaum has been applying porcelain veneers for decades. The results are amazing and last a long time.

Are Porcelain Veneers Painful When Applying?

Most people experience absolutely no pain. The procedure is non-invasive. Patients receive amazing results. There is very little discomfort. The result is a beautiful new smile and beautiful results. And, the results are so natural.

Call Greenabum DDS today and schedule a consultation to learn more about Porcelain Veneers