Porcelain VeneersAn Overview
Porcelain veneers are popular cosmetic dentistry treatment that cover the front of the teeth and are used for subtle changes, as well as dramatic transformations. Depending on your circumstances, the dentist may use either porcelain veneers or composite resin veneers to cover the front of the tooth, giving you a whole new smile.
Dental Veneers may be used to:
- Close spaces between teeth
- Improve the appearance of crooked teeth
- Repair chipped or broken teeth
- Cover stained or discolored teeth that do not respond to teeth whitening
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Porcelain Veneers What to Expect
In order to provide comprehensive and personalized dentistry, Dr. Vagnozzi Bucci provides a variety of styles of dental veneers. Dr. Vagnozzi Bucci will discuss your options with you so you can choose the cosmetic dental treatment that is right for you.
Composite Resin Veneers
Composite resin veneers are made of tooth colored, biocompatible material. The dental composite is applied directly to the tooth and skillfully sculpted for natural looking results. Composite resin veneers require little to no preparation to the tooth and are not permanent.
Porcelain veneers are thin, translucent shells of tooth-like material. Porcelain veneers are highly stain resistant and have similar light reflecting properties compared to natural teeth.
A Lumineer is a type of dental veneer. Though, we do not use the Lumineer brand, our dentists are able to offer similar restorations. Select patients are candidate for no-prep or minimal prep porcelain veneers. Your dentist can help you decide what type of porcelain veneer is right for you.