Porcelain Veneers Oak Brook, IL
Porcelain veneers are an effective way to dramatically improve the appearance of your smile. If you have teeth that are chipped, poorly aligned, too short, severely discolored or broken, porcelain veneers can correct and revitalize your smile in as few as two dental visits.
Porcelain veneers best mimic the luminous light reflecting properties of natural tooth enamel to provide incredible results that look just like natural teeth. Porcelain is also a stain resistant material and is strong enough to provide smile results that can last over ten years with proper oral hygiene.
The porcelain veneers procedure is one of our most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments and requires very little alteration to the natural tooth structure. During your porcelain veneers consultation, your dentist will explain the pros and cons of porcelain veneers and determine your candidacy for the cosmetic procedure.
Porcelain veneers cost is determined by the number of teeth being treated. For more information or to book your consultation with a porcelain veneers Oak Brook specialist call (630) 381-1414 today.
Porcelain veneers can be used to correct a wide array of conditions such as:
- Misaligned Teeth
- Unwanted Spacing
- Uneven Smiles
- Short Teeth
- Worn Down Teeth
Porcelain Veneers are the most common type of veneers. Porcelain has a very shiny surface that closely resembles your enamel and will give you a more natural and translucent appearance. In addition, porcelain is stain resistant and it is also very friendly to your gums.
Veneers can be made from several different types of materials. Generally, your dentist will help you decide what type is best for you.
- Porcelain Veneers
- Composite Veneers
If you grind your teeth during the day or night, your dentist might recommend a night guard to protect your veneers from this grinding force. A night guard is a plastic cover that fits over your teeth to deflect hard forces. Night guards will also increase the longevity of your veneers.
Finally, it is important to keep up with your daily brushing or flossing to avoid getting cavities in your teeth with veneers as well as your other teeth.
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