Porcelain veneers

Your Gorgeous New Smile Begins Here

Versatile Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers are a thin ceramic covering that is bonded to the top of your upper teeth, and occasionally lower teeth as well. At Smile Practice Family Dental, we can use Porcelain Veneers to treat a number of conditions, including the following:

  • Restore aged, damaged, and chipped teeth
  • Teeth that are closely spaced apart
  • Teeth lengthening or shaping
  • Cover up any dental problems
  • Whitening teeth that are quite discolored grin

Every Porcelain Veneer transformation starts with a consultation with Dr. Gonzalez to discuss your ideal look. You also can discuss your issues and objectives for a healthier, more appealing smile.

In order to determine whether Porcelain Veneers are the best option or if there is another option that’s more appropriate for you to achieve your goal, we need to understand your needs, an appointment at our Smile Practice Family Dentistry office is the first step to have the smile of your dreams

The Veneers Process

We will establish a course of action after discussing your goals and needs for this treatment. In order to prepare your teeth for porcelain veneers, we will need to remove a small amount of dental enamel from each of your teeth.

As soon as you decide that you want the most beautiful smile imaginable at Smile Practice Family Dentistry, we will take an impression of your denture and send the information to our top dental lab. 

Once your porcelain veneers are ready, you will return to our office for the last step. Your new veneers will be adjusted by Dr. Gonzalez to guarantee that they fit comfortably along your teeth and gums and do not affect your dental bite. 

During the final step, we bond the veneers securely to the surface of your teeth and polish them to give them the shiniest look!

Now you just need to enjoy your gorgeous new smile in public! But, remember the following:

  • While red wine and coffee won’t stain your Porcelain Veneers, however, they can still build up plaque and tartar just like your natural teeth. 
  • Your teeth and gums will remain healthy if you brush and floss correctly and come in for regular checkups.
  • Although it’s unusual, you can reduce the risk by being cautious when you bite into something crunchy or hard. 
  • Do not use your teeth to open packages as this can damage the veneer and produce fractures.
 

Contact us at (754) 222-4874 to set up a consultation with Dr. Gonzalez

We are the best option for you in South Florida, and we can provide you with the best outcomes. Come to our office based in Tamarac for a consultation, contact us at (754) 222-4874

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