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Porcelain Veneers

If you take excellent care of your teeth, it can be disappointing when teeth are not straight. And if you’re like many of us, you may not want to wait six months or longer to upgrade your smile.

Fortunately, your dentist in Pikesville, MD offers dental veneers to give the illusion of a straight smile.

Dental veneers are thin shields that your dentist bonds to the front of your teeth. These shields give the illusion of straight, symmetrical teeth—meaning your teeth not only look straight, but they also appear to be of the same length.

For a long time, veneers were Hollywood secrets. Today, we offer these celebrity caliber veneers in Pikesville, MD.

Issues veneers can conceal:

  • Slightly crooked teeth
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Discolored teeth
  • Worn teeth
  • Gummy smiles

Veneers are also easy to care for and do not require extra steps. Simply brush, floss, and visit your dentist regularly for dental exams and teeth cleanings. A member of our team will also provide aftercare instructions to help you make the most of your new smile.

Contact Our Team for Veneers in Pikesville, MD

If you would like to learn more about our veneers, or if you’re ready to schedule a consultation, contact a team member today.

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Porcelain veneer treatment typically takes two appointments.  During the first appointment, the teeth are shaped to accommodate the placement of the veneers.  Temporary veneers are then placed to simulate the final veneers while the dental laboratory fabricates the porcelain veneers.  At the second appointment, the final porcelain veneers are bonded into place, giving the patient a more aesthetic smile.

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If you feel your smile could benefit from porcelain veneer treatment or any of our other offered cosmetic services, do not hesitate to call our Pikesville office to book a consultation!

If you are dreaming of a movie star smile, porcelain veneers can help you get there. Dentists all over the world use porcelain veneers to hide imperfections in teeth and to make smiles look beautiful—and now, you too can get porcelain veneers in Pikesville, MD. 

Thin Coverings for Teeth

It’s helpful to think of porcelain veneers as shells or masks for your teeth. Veneers are thin, wafer-like pieces of porcelain that go over the front of your natural teeth. Porcelain veneers cover up blemishes and can hide cosmetic concerns such as stains, chips, and cracks. 

We bond porcelain veneers to existing tooth structures, which means that most of your natural tooth remains in your mouth when you receive porcelain veneers. Because porcelain veneers stay on top of your teeth, we do need to shave down a small portion of each tooth to make room for the veneer that will go on top. Our porcelain veneers in Pikesville are tooth-colored and designed to match the exact shade of your natural teeth, which means they are virtually undetectable. 

Porcelain veneers are permanent, and they can completely transform your smile. Our Pikesville dentists use porcelain veneers as a tool in smile makeovers when patients have teeth that are misshapen, too short, or have gaps between them. 

Get Porcelain Veneers in Pikesville Today

Are you ready to schedule a dental appointment for porcelain veneers? Call our Pikesville, MD dentists today to get started!

Dentist Pikesville, MDPorcelain veneers provide a luster, shine, and translucency that are very similar to natural teeth.  Porcelain veneers will look and feel like natural teeth.

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To learn more about the benefits of porcelain veneers or to book a consultation, call our Pikesville, MD office today at (410) 401-8281.

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