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5 Cosmetic Dental Flaws We Can Solve with Porcelain Veneers

April 18, 2019
Posted By: Dr. Evan Chiang & Dr. Yogesh Goel

The days of thinking that a stunning smile is only available to a lucky few are over! With advances in materials and technology in recent years, porcelain dental veneers in Woodinville, WA are available to anyone who wants to do something about cosmetic dental flaws.

How Porcelain Dental Veneers Work

You may hear them referred to as porcelain veneers or dental veneers, and your dentist uses them to disguise and conceal all types of cosmetic dental flaws. Dental veneers are fabricated from premium ceramic material and customized for you using impressions of your teeth.

Dental porcelain is durable and closely mimics the translucent appearance of dental enamel. With with proper care, your veneers can last as long as ten years. Your dentist customizes the ultra-thin shells of porcelain to address your unique needs and then bonds them securely to the front surfaces of your teeth.

5 Cosmetic Flaws Dental Veneers Can Solve

Porcelain dental veneers are used more frequently today in cosmetic dentistry because they look natural, resist staining, and can be used to address numerous smile flaws.

  • Repair chipped or cracked teeth
  • Close uneven gaps between teeth
  • Improve the shape or size of a tooth
  • Mask severely stained teeth
  • Conceal slight tooth misalignment

Your dentist will talk to you about your concerns and work with you to customize your veneers to fit your unique needs and desires.

Call Us to Arrange a Cosmetic Dental Consultation!

Our team of dentists Dr. Goel and Dr. Chiang are experts at placing porcelain veneers in Woodinville, WA that are durable and blend well with your smile. If we determine that dental veneers are not the best choice for you, we also offer many other cosmetic dental treatments that may be a better fit for you.

Call us today to schedule your cosmetic dental consultation.

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