Porcelain laminates can provide the ultimate solution for misshapen or discolored teeth. Have you considered getting dental veneers in the past? Learn more and see how porcelain veneers could transform your smile.
In many cases of damaged teeth, a dentist glues custom-shaped pieces of plastic or porcelain, or cosmetic veneers, to the front of teeth for a natural, healthy look. Veneers often provide the solution for discolored, misshapen, crooked or chipped teeth, for example. A dentist customizes a patient’s porcelain laminates by working from an impression of a patient’s tooth or teeth for a custom and natural-looking result. Laminate teeth veneers do not stain; overall, they offer a solution that lasts.
Veneers often provide a more affordable alternative to conventional crowns. In addition to a convenient price at the outset, veneers are notable for their durability. Porcelain veneers do not stain and can last from 10 to 15 years. Cosmetic dentistry veneers can often provide a less aggressive placement process. Specifically, a dentist will need to remove much less of a tooth when placing a laminate veneer than when placing crowns. This is especially beneficial because the more of a tooth a dentist removes, the greater the risk of damage to the tooth.