How veneers from your dentists at Old Town Dentistry in Alexandria, Virginia, can enhance your smile
You’ve probably heard about veneers, as they have become one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures patients choose to enhance their smiles. Veneers are popular for good reason, but are veneers right for you? Dr. Frinet Kasper at Old Town Dentistry in Alexandria, VA, offers veneers that can give you a beautiful, healthy smile.
Veneers are thin laminates of exquisite porcelain that are permanently bonded to the front surfaces of your teeth. Veneers are the right treatment for you if you want:
- A spectacular white smile, because veneers will hide cracks, fracture lines, chips, tooth wear, discolorations, and other major and minor aesthetic issues on your teeth; that means you can recreate your smile!
- Conservative treatment, because your dentist removes little to no tooth structure—just enough to accommodate the thickness of the veneers. This means more vital tooth structure is preserved.
- A lasting, beautiful smile, because porcelain resists staining; that means even if you drink coffee or smoke, you can still maintain a brilliant white smile for years.
The truth is, porcelain veneers are the right choice for just about anyone who wants to enjoy a beautiful smile. You can have a new, beautiful smile in just two to three appointments!
It all begins with a consultation appointment, which is the perfect opportunity for you to decide how you want your new smile to look. Then, your teeth will be prepared and molds will be taken, which are sent off to a dental lab. There, the skilled dental laboratory technicians create your new veneers. At your final appointment, your custom veneers are permanently cemented in place. After this simple process, you will have a brand new smile!
Interested? Contact us today!
Don’t wait to get the smile you deserve—take action by contacting Dr. Kasper at Old Town Dentistry. Enhance your smile by calling (703) 683-0800, or email us at [email protected]. Learn more about us on the web at www.oldtowndentistry.com.