Porcelain Veneers in Orange County, Cornwall NY
At Creating Dental Excellence, we can address all your smile issues. Maybe you have darkened, broken, chipped, gapped, cracked, or irregularly shaped teeth. If so, consider our one-procedure fix, porcelain veneers. Orange County, NY residents can count on us to fix all cosmetic problems—and more!
What are porcelain veneers?
Porcelain veneers are very thin translucent shells that fit tightly over the front of your teeth. They’re custom-made in a dental lab so that your veneers are the perfect size, shape, and color to recreate your smile. We’re happy to offer porcelain veneers to our patients.
What are the advantages of porcelain veneers?
The main advantage of porcelain veneers is their natural look. They reflect light the exact same way that enamel does. In addition, porcelain veneers are strong, functional, beautiful, and resistant to stains. Since porcelain is a biocompatible material, porcelain veneers won’t irritate your gingiva. With porcelain veneers, you won’t have a reason to hide your smile ever again!
What is the process for putting porcelain veneers on my teeth?
In only two visits, we can complete the entire procedure to give you a new smile with porcelain veneers. We begin by preparing your teeth for the veneers, and making molds. Then the molds are sent to a dental lab where a technician crafts each veneer for each tooth. When the customized porcelain veneers are returned to us, we will fit them to your teeth. In no time at all, you’ll have a smile worth sharing. If you take good care of your porcelain veneers, they’ll last you a lifetime.
Dr. Thomas Stein and Dr. Matthew Gellert provide family, cosmetic, restorative, and sedation dentistry services, including porcelain veneers. Orange County, NY residents and those throughout West Point, Vails Gate, New Windsor, and Newburgh can trust Creating Dental Excellence to understand the special needs and expectations of families and professionals.
When it comes to caring for porcelain veneers, it is important to know that they can be cleaned in the same way as regular teeth. Using a fluoride toothpaste to brush and gently flossing around the veneers is perfectly acceptable. One might also want to consider wearing a bite guard during sleep to avoid damaging veneers via teeth grinding.
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