Veneers are thin laminates designed to cover the front surface of teeth. They are
used to improve your smile. They help with uneven tooth alignment, spaces between
teeth, chips, cracks, worn and discolored enamel or stained teeth.
There are two types of veneers: one is made out of porcelain, and
the other is made out of acrylic resin. This thin shell can create a fantastic and
bright smile; and with proper care, can last up to fifteen years.
Veneers are an excellent choice in
cosmetic dentistry. Patients from Glendale, CA love them because
they can see the results in their appearance immediately!
Benefits of Veneers
- Results: they do not lose their color or shine over the years
- Duration: they last many more years than composite ones (around 10 or 15 years)
- Resistance: porcelain is very hard, so it is less likely to break
- Adhesion: porcelain provides a better and overall dental unity
Acrylic Resin or Composite:
- Price: they are cheaper than porcelain veneers
- Repair: if the veneer is broken, it can be easily reconstructed in the clinic
What Problems Do Veneers Solve?
The function of these thin sheets is to embellish the smile, improving the teeth you are not fully satisfied with, due to their color, shape, size or position. In this way, dental veneers are commonly used to correct defects or dental flaws such as broken, crooked, separated, stained, irregular or worn teeth.
Dr. Karen Baghdasaryan, a dentist in Glendale, presents a brief explanation about porcelain veneers. Endorsed by American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
Lumineers is a brand name for a type of veneer. Our cosmetic dentists
in Glendale recommend lumineers because they are safe, painless, strong and thin. If a patient has chips,
cracks, uneven tooth alignment, spacing between teeth, worn and discolored enamel
or stained teeth, Lumineers is the solution they need to have a perfect, beautiful
and radiant smile.
Lumineers, Safe, Painless & Fast Solution!
Lumineers are a great choice for improving your smile through a painless, fast and
effective veneers procedure. No drilling, no shots, and no pain though a safe procedure
that will guarantee the solution for gaps, stained, chipped and crooked teeth. The
result is a permanent perfect and whiter smile!
How are Veneers Placed?
View a real patient’s Lumineers detailed procedure to get all the relevant information
if you are considering a veneers treatment for you chipped crooked or imperfect
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