Dental Veneers in Springfield, MA Porcelain Veneers Springfield
Gain Your Dream Smile With Porcelain Veneers in Massachusetts
An extremely effective and safe cosmetic dentistry procedure, porcelain veneers also known as dental veneers, are an excellent way to mask misshapen, misaligned, cracked, chipped, stained, or otherwise damaged teeth. Taylor Street Dental Associate’s porcelain veneers are custom-made of a thin ceramic material designed to fit snugly and discreetly over injured teeth, making dental veneers almost indistinguishable from their natural counterparts.
“A great overall experience for everyone!”
An excellent alternative to crowns, porcelain veneers are designed in a dental laboratory to ensure a perfect, custom fit. Dental veneers are easily applied within three dental visits and are resistant to stains and injury. With proper care, dental veneers can last indefinitely! Cosmetic dentist, Dr. David Peck, provides porcelain veneers to patients in Massachusetts, including Boston, Springfield, and Connecticut.
Dental Veneers FAQs
What are dental veneers?
Dental veneers cover teeth that are discolored or maligned to improve appearance and shape.
What happens to my teeth after veneers, and will I ever get cavities?
Your teeth become stronger and regain the lost tooth structure when veneers are applied. Cavities can still form at the edges of your porcelain veneers if good oral hygiene is not practiced.
How long will porcelain veneers last?
Dental veneers last for years depending on care and upkeep, i.e. regular dental cleanings. A patient’s bite can also affect the longevity and sometimes a night-guard is recommended.
If I have my upper teeth treated with porcelain veneers, will my lower teeth still be a different color, or more yellow?
Teeth whitening is recommended prior to any cosmetic treatment to allow color matching of all your teeth and your veneers more easily. If a patient wants their upper teeth with veneers to be whiter than they will not match the lower teeth.
Do porcelain veneers stain with normal things like tea, coffee, and wine?
Dental veneers will not stain. However, if a composite veneer is used, these are a more porous and will stain. They will also dull over time.