Miami and Coral Gables, Florida
Porcelain veneers are one of the most popular and versatile cosmetic dentistry solutions available. Miami cosmetic dentists Dr. Raul Garcia and Dr. Conchi Sanchez-Garcia can correct a variety of common cosmetic dental problems with porcelain veneers, providing you with a beautiful, vibrant smile.
Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
A porcelain veneer is a very thin shell of porcelain that is custom crafted and bonded to the front surface of your tooth, covering any cosmetic flaws. They give our Miami cosmetic dentists the ability to solve several problems at once, replacing the need for multiple treatments.
Uses for porcelain veneers include:
- Covering discoloration that does not respond well to tooth whitening
- Correcting the appearance of minor crookedness across several teeth or a single twisted tooth
- Covering small gaps between your teeth
- Adding length to teeth that appear to be too small
Beautiful results can only be accomplished with beautiful materials. Dental porcelain is highly durable and provides aesthetically exquisite results. It has the look and feel of natural teeth.
However, it is important to work with the finest labs to ensure the best possible results. That is why our Miami cosmetic dentists use porcelain veneers made by da Vinci, MAC, and Williams Dental Lab. Veneers from these labs are hand-crafted for superior quality and beautiful aesthetics. These veneers are up to twice as strong as other brands and the color is added from the inside in order to provide the most natural appearance possible. These dental labs utilize highly skilled technicians and the most advanced technology to provide some of the finest quality porcelain veneers on the market.
Porcelain Veneers with Other Treatments
Our Miami cosmetic dentists will often recommend porcelain veneers in conjunction with other procedures as part of a smile makeover. They can be used after tooth straightening with Invisalign or in combination with other solutions to complete and enhance the results of your cosmetic dentistry treatment.
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