Hello, and welcome to our Mark A. Miely DDS cosmetic dentistry blog. Today we are taking the time to answer a common question that many dental patients have. The question is, “What exactly are veneers and how are they used in cosmetic dentistry?”
Porcelain Veneers Give Your Teeth a Makeover
Veneers are thin shells made from durable, translucent porcelain or composite resin. They are custom-made for each patient and are used to improve the appearance of teeth. Unlike a dental crown which covers the entire visible portion of a tooth, a veneer covers just the front part of the tooth. They are usually used to correct teeth that have been chipped, stained, decayed, or that are slightly crooked.
Veneers are Custom Made for Your Teeth
Veneers are not one-size-fits-all. Like a porcelain crown, each veneer is custom-made for your tooth. To develop your veneer, your dentist will first make an impression on your teeth. Next, a dental technician will use the model to make the veneers, so you can be sure of a custom fit.
Since a very small layer of the enamel on the tooth has to be removed so the veneer can be placed, this treatment is usually irreversible.
Mark A. Miely DDS Cosmetic Dentistry
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Dental Implants Replace the Whole Tooth
Perhaps you have an extracted tooth. The gold standard in tooth replacement is no longer a dental bridge. A replaces both the root and crown of the missing tooth. It doesn’t require grinding down adjacent teeth to attach a dental bridge.
This is the Year for a Stunning New Smile
If you are looking for a dentist with the ability to create beautiful smiles, give Mark A. Miely DDS a call. Doctor Mark Miely has been practicing general and cosmetic dentistry since 1983. We look forward to meeting you and discussing your dental needs and goals.
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