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5 Cosmetic Issues We Can Solve with Veneers

January 16, 2019
Posted By: Pruce Dental

Do you long for a stunning “Hollywood” smile? Many of us weren’t born with a ready-for-the-red-carpet smile, but the odds are that most of the celebrities have had some cosmetic help along the way.

Porcelain veneers play a large part in helping celebrity types achieve a perfect smile, but they’re not just a treatment reserved for the rich and famous. Today, many people enjoy the benefits of a better smile thanks to porcelain veneers in Washington, PA.

Veneers – A Brief History

While dental veneers may seem to be a modern innovation, the concept is not new; in 1928 a Hollywood dentist produced the earliest versions of veneers to help create the illusion of perfectly aligned, evenly spaced teeth.

Obviously, a lot has changed in dentistry and materials have improved to the extent that a dentist can place veneers that look so natural that no one ever has to know they’re not your teeth.

Transform Your Smile with Veneers

Today, your dentist customizes veneers to blend seamlessly with your smile, and they are typically used on upper teeth that show when you smile. Since veneers are thin shells of porcelain that cover the surface of your teeth, they are used to conceal a wide range of cosmetic dental flaws.

  • Mild tooth misalignments
  • Chipped, cracked, or broken teeth
  • Uneven gaps and spaces between teeth
  • Irregularly shaped teeth
  • Severely stained or discolored teeth

Since veneers blend so beautifully with your smile, in many cases, we can place just one or two to achieve the look you want.

Call Us to Learn More about Porcelain Veneers

At Pruce Dental, we create stunning veneers that will help you achieve your goal of a more balanced, symmetrical smile. If you think that porcelain veneers in Washington, PA might be the right solution for you, please call us to arrange a consultation with Dr. Pruce.

We look forward to helping you get the smile you have always dreamed of!

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