Porcelain veneers are a versatile, long-lasting cosmetic treatment option and can be an excellent choice for patients seeking to improve the appearance of stains, chips, gaps, and minor misalignment. Veneers can enhance the appearance of a single tooth, or transform your entire smile with natural-looking results. Veneers consist of a thin, tooth-coloured shell, which is custom-made to fit snug over the existing teeth being treated.
Am I a Good Candidate for Porcelain Veneers?
Ideal candidates for porcelain veneers have good overall dental health, supportive tooth structure, and cosmetic concerns that can be adequately addressed with the application of veneers. During your consultation, our dentist will perform a thorough oral examination to evaluate the condition of your teeth and gums. They may suggest dental or periodontal treatment, as establishing a foundation good dental health is the first step toward achieving optimal results with porcelain veneers. If we conclude that you are indeed a good candidate for porcelain veneers, we will then develop a comprehensive treatment plan to give you the smile you desire.
If you are interested in finding out if porcelain veneers are the right option for improving your smile, we encourage you to contact our practice to schedule a consultation.
Is Gum Contouring Right For You?
Feeling uncomfortable while smiling due to low or uneven gum line? Don’t be, we have a solution. Gum contouring, also known as gum lifting, is a form of cosmetic dentistry used to effectively correct and reshape uneven or excessive gums.
Gum contouring is a relatively painless procedure with a quick healing time.Gum contouring can transform even the gummiest of smiles. By reshaping of the gum, we can restore the natural proportions of your teeth and help create a smile you’ve always dreamed of.
Composite bonding is a minor procedure done to correct different dental flaws. Composite Bonding is the application of composite resin material to the existing tooth. Bonding is used for filling cavities, masking discolored teeth, whitening, repairing fractures, and making cosmetic improvements to the natural tooth. Our dentist will inspect the tooth and proceed in selecting right color for the composite resin that closely matches your tooth. If you have the following:
- Low Bite Pressure (caused by short or uneven teeth)
- Tooth Decay
Then you might be one of the candidate for composite bonding.