Rejuvenate Your Smile with Porcelain Veneers
Your dentist can use veneers to improve the look of your smile. Veneers replace the top enamel layer of the teeth, giving them a smooth, white, and ideally shaped appearance. Rejuvenate your smile with porcelain veneers placed at Isaacson Gentle Dentistry, a cosmetic dentistry practice located in White Bear Lake, MN.
Placing Porcelain Veneers
A visual inspection of your teeth is one of the first steps for a veneer treatment. The dentist will remove a small amount of enamel from the front surfaces of the teeth that are visible when you smile. That enamel will be replaced with individually formed, custom-designed veneers made from porcelain. Though a veneer is very thin and translucent, porcelain has durable properties to prevent cracking and staining. This material also very closely mimics the look and feel of natural tooth enamel.
Beautiful, Long-Lasting Results
For many patients, getting porcelain veneers is a worthwhile investment, not just because it makes your teeth look amazing, but also because it is a long-lasting cosmetic dentistry treatment. Some patients maintain their veneers for over 10 years before they have to be replaced. Your White Bear Lake, MN dentist can help you maintain your new smile and keep your veneers in place for as long as possible.
Veneers Rejuvenate Your Smile
To rejuvenate something means to give it “new life.” A set of veneers can give your smile new life and make you feel more confident. If you’ve spent years hiding your teeth in photos or avoiding close interactions with others because of your teeth, having your smile made over with veneers can be life-changing.
Time for Veneers? Take Action Today
The first appointment for veneers will be to check your gum and tooth health for stability, then consult you about next steps. Schedule that initial visit today by calling Isaacson Gentle Dentistry in White Bear Lake, MN at (651) 762-7677. Dr. Dan Isaacson or Dr. Mike Weisbrod are happy to provide their patients with personalized, quality dental care and answer any questions about cosmetic dentistry.