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What is the process when you get porcelain veneers?

When you choose porcelain veneers to enhance your teeth, you can potentially be enjoying your new smile in a matter of weeks. Veneers are micro-thin shells of porcelain woman smiling | dental veneers elma ny designed to fit over your teeth and cover imperfections. Dr. Finney works closely with you to plan your new smile during a consultation, and then the fun begins!

During your next visit, Dr. Finney will prepare your teeth for your porcelain veneers by removing a minimal amount of enamel from your teeth, so your veneers have a seamless fit our your tooth. She will also create temporary veneers that you will wear until your final restorations are completed. For the next week or so, your veneers will be hand-crafted at a local dental laboratory. This gives you time to get used to new look and feel of your teeth with veneers while wearing your temporary restorations.

Once your final veneers are completed, you will return to Springbrook Family Dentistry to have them placed. Dr. Finney will make any necessary adjustments at this time to ensure that you are entirely satisfied and excited with your results.

Scheduling Your Consultation for Veneers

Ready to learn more about porcelain veneers in Elma, NY? Give Springbrook Family Dentistry a call today for more information.


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