Porcelain veneers are thin layers of dental porcelain that we bond to your natural teeth. They are an excellent, conservative solution to improve the shape, size, color and position of your teeth.
BENEFITS OF PORCELAIN VENEERS
When they’re completed by the artful hands of a skilled cosmetic dentist, porcelain veneers can help you get the beautiful, even smile you envision for yourself. The number of veneers you receive can vary from a single veneer to many more.
Here’s how porcelain veneers can help give your teeth a brilliant, even look:
· Porcelain veneers help fix the appearance of chipped, misshapen, misaligned, unsightly, or discolored front teeth.
· They can close gaps, erase stains, and change the size and shape of your teeth.
· Porcelain veneers can brighten your smile when professional whitening can’t achieve your desired results.
· Porcelain is very strong, esthetic, and does not stain or discolor.
· Porcelain veneers function like natural teeth and are easy to care for.
OUR EXPERIENCE IN VENEERS
Dr. Sherman and Dr. Pelchovitz have taken advanced training on the latest techniques and materials for the most lifelike, beautiful veneers. They are members of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and have taken several courses with some of the top cosmetic dentists in the world at the prestigious Spear Center. Together, you can discuss what works best for you to achieve your smile goals.
THE VENEERS PROCEDURE
Porcelain veneers are generally completed in two appointments. First, your dentist will sit down with you for a cosmetic consultation and discuss what you would like your smile to look like. He will take photos to communicate this with the lab to make sure you get the smile you always wanted.
We work solely with one ceramist in Los Angeles who does all of our smile transformations. We have hand selected her after carefully reviewing and critiquing over 10 years of completed cosmetic dental cases. Her talent level is unsurpassed and we communicate with her almost daily because our patients’ smiles are her top priority.
However, sometimes if you are receiving a single veneer or have a difficult shade to match, you will go to see our local ceramist and sit down with him one-on-one. will use his artistic talents to make the veneer or crown blend in with your surrounding teeth virtually seamlessly.
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