Recent advancements in dental technology have introduced a less intrusive method of correcting crooked, stained and chipped teeth. Now with the introduction of porcelain veneers Southbridge Family Dental Center patients have more options in treating dental distortions.
Traditional methods of correcting dental distortions involved labor-intensive preparation for crowns where drilling and removal of irreplaceable tooth structure is needed to prepare the tooth. With the development of porcelain veneers, patients are now able to correct gaps, stains, and broken or misshapen teeth with a simple surface application of the veneers.
New Methods with Veneers
Essentially, a porcelain veneer is an ultra-thin layer of porcelain applied to the surface of your teeth. Because porcelain veneers are designed to cover unsightly tooth distortions, there is no drilling, or discomfort associated with crowns.Wearers of veneers can now have a beautiful, even smile, with permanently white teeth, without the cost or discomfort of past dental procedures.