HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ, January 05, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Maybe you are ready to revitalize your smile and fix minor imperfections-it's never too late. One of the top cosmetic services right now is porcelain veneers.
In Hasbrouck, veneers are meant to treat minor imperfections: tooth discoloration, worn teeth, chipped or broken teeth and slightly spaced or misaligned teeth. The porcelain material looks natural, and your dental professional can match your natural teeth and veneers. Typically, your dentist will attach veneers that are at least one shade whiter than your natural teeth, and you can whiten your natural teeth so it blends with the porcelain. You don't have to get veneers this way-it's just an easier way to improve the esthetic look.
If you have a chipped or broken tooth, veneers can provide the coverage and protection you need. It's not good to leave a tooth exposed. With a veneer, you lower the risk of exposing the inner tooth to plaque bacteria and food particles.
If it's an extrinsic stain, tooth discoloration is easy to fix. But in-office teeth whitening can't undo intrinsic stains. The next best thing to do is to cover it up with a crown or porcelain veneer. If you get veneers, porcelain material doesn't stain, so that is one less thing you need to worry about. Annual dental appointments and a strict oral hygiene regiment will keep your veneers in good shape. With proper care, veneers can last up to twenty years.
Getting veneers is a simple process. You tell your dentist what kind of smile you want, bringing in examples will be helpful. Afterwards, your dentist will remove a small amount of enamel, if needed. The dentist will send your dental impressions to a laboratory to develop customized veneers. Modern dental technology has improved the fit and look of synthetic caps and veneers. Finally, veneers are cemented onto teeth.
"Porcelain veneers might seem fragile, but they are tough. Porcelain is also translucent, so it doesn't make your teeth look false, only natural. Veneers fit better now, and gum tissue easily accepts porcelain material, so there shouldn't be any signs of irritation," says Dr. Jeffrey Mason, Hasbrouck Heights dentist.
To schedule an appointment for veneers in Hasbrouck Heights at Dr. Mason's dental practice, call (201) 288-4447 or visit his comprehensive dental website. Dr. Mason looks forward to meeting new patients and fixing minor dental problems with veneers in Hasbrouck.Media Contact:
Jeffrey Mason, DMD
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
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