Are you ready to get the smile you have always dreamed of this new year? Are you tired of imperfections like gaps, chips, stains, misshapen teeth, or discoloration stopping you from smiling with pride? If so, you should consider the option of porcelain veneers provided by our Garden City dentist
at The Gentle Dentist. Porcelain veneers are some of our most loved cosmetic procedures because of the amazing results they provide. The process of getting veneers is also very simply and pain free for you, and does not involve extensive time lapses or too many appointments to take up your time and interrupt your schedule.
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Veneers are thin strips of porcelain that are shaped and colored to your liking, and then attached directly on top of your natural teeth, creating the illusion that the perfected smile is your natural one. The first step to getting porcelain veneers of your own is to schedule an initial appointment with our Garden City dentist
for a consultation. This meeting allows us to inform you about how exactly the process will work for you, to discuss the changes you would like to see made to your smile, and to determine if veneers are the best option for what you are looking to achieve. Once it has been decided that the procedure will continue, we will have your veneers made to fit your teeth and mouth and correct the imperfections that you would like to get rid of. Veneers are permanent—you cannot have the procedure reversed so that your original teeth are showing again, so part of the process is to make sure that you will be satisfied with the changes our Garden City dentist
is making because anything permanent is completed.
After the procedure is over, you will be amazed at the difference your new veneers make. Adding to the benefits of porcelain veneers, they are also stain resistant and easy to care for and maintain. Our Garden City dentist
would love to show you the potential that porcelain veneers have for you. We hope to see you at The Gentle Dentist soon so that we can get started.
By The Gentle Dentist
January 14, 2014