When you look in the mirror and smile, what do you see?
Are you happy with the shape, alignment, and shade of your smile?
The truth is, most of us weren’t born with a perfect Hollywood smile, and many people wish they could magically transform their teeth to be whiter, straighter, and even like those they see on the covers of magazines.
The good news is that you can have a Hollywood smile and it does not take a magic spell – come see us at Court Square Dentistry to learn about porcelain veneers.
Achieve Your Dream Smile with Porcelain Veneers
Many of those actors, models, and celebrities with seemingly perfect teeth have relied on porcelain veneers to achieve their beautiful smiles. Dental veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment that have been used in the entertainment industry for decades to quickly cover gapped, crooked or discolored teeth of the rich and famous.
Now veneers are commonly used by anyone looking to change the appearance of their teeth, giving them a camera-ready smile in as little as one or two visits to our dental office in Long Island City.
Cosmetic Dental Veneers and Lumineers
Cosmetic dental veneers have been used for many years to transform smiles. They are thin shells of porcelain that are customized and shaped to cover your teeth and reflect the perfect smile you desire. Porcelain veneers are capable of completely transforming the appearance of your teeth by covering imperfections such as chips, fractures, staining, and size and shape discrepancies.
To adhere these cosmetic covers, a small amount of tooth is removed to make room for these shells to be bonded permanently to your teeth. However, they are not the only option available.
Lumineers are another type of dental porcelain veneer that is much thinner than the traditional veneer. These wafer-thin shells are similar in thickness to a contact lens; just barely a wisp of porcelain. The advantage of Lumineers is there is no need for the prep-work of regular veneers. They are so thin that they can be bonded directly to the teeth without any removal of your tooth structure.
Lumineers are mainly used to cover minor flaws and color imperfections while dental veneers can hide more prominent issues.
Which Option Is Right for Me?
Are you ready to get the smile you have always dreamed would be in your mirror? Queens dentist Dr. Ian Mapes will meet with you to discuss your dream smile with you. As he talks about your goals and desired outcomes with you, he can determine which treatment option will best suit your needs.
Contact Court Square Dentistry today to learn more about how beautiful porcelain veneers and Lumineers can improve your smile.