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Give Yourself A Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneers

April 23, 2014

Filed under: Cosmetic Dentist — South Shore Dental Care @ 4:00 pm

shutterstock_95709055Having a perfect smile is something many people strive for. Beautiful, straight, white teeth are an accomplishment few people get to have, and being able to have a smile like that is something to be proud of. Being insecure about your smile is never easy to live with, and you may think that nothing will be able to help. Thankfully, our doctors are able to give you the Hollywood smile you have always wanted with the use of porcelain veneers.

The start to getting your porcelain veneers begins with a consultation with our doctors. There, they will be able to fully assess your smile in its current state, as well as ask you about your future goals regarding your smile. This will also give you the chance to address any questions or concerns you may have, as we want you to be fully informed throughout the entire procedure. Once it is determined that you are a candidate, that is where the real fun begins!

Your natural tooth is prepared for your porcelain veneers by removing a small bit of enamel. Your custom made porcelain veneers are then added, and are made permanent with dental resin cement. A simple procedure, but at the end, you are left with a completely new smile that anyone would be proud of showing off! If you are curious as to how our talented doctors can help give your smile the makeover you deserve with porcelain veneers, make an appointment today, and we will be glad to help!

At South Shore Dental Care, we’re committed to providing our patients with a wide array of dental services, high-quality cosmetic dentistry, and up to the minute dental technology. Our Massapequa dental office serves patients from Long Island, Merrick, Bellmore, and Wantagh. Call us today to schedule your appointment.

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