Porcelain Veneers In Boynton Beach Can Restore An Imperfect Smile

A healthy shiny smile goes a long way. But many of us aren’t completely satisfied with how we look when we flash our pearly whites … when they become stained, dull, or damaged.

Time and age can take their toll on our smiles. After all, our teeth get plenty of wear every day. With today’s dentistry techniques and technology, our team at Ocean Dental Studio can restore chipped, cracked, broken, or discolored teeth … and make your smile look better than ever! 

In this quick blog, we highlight extremely strong porcelain veneers in Boynton Beach and how they can disguise the tooth flaws you’d prefer to keep to yourself.

A veneer is an extremely thin – yet strong – tooth-colored shell that covers the front surface of your tooth. They are available in porcelain and composite resin, which is a plastic material.

Here are some of the benefits of porcelain veneers, in addition to helping your smile stand out:

  • Brighten teeth that have been discolored by coffee, tea, red wine, or even medications like tetracycline
  • Hide cracks, small gaps, and chips
  • Correct misshapen teeth
  • Straighten the look of slightly crooked or recessed teeth
  • Create uniformity in your smile by correcting color, shape, and size of a tooth (or teeth).

It usually takes two visits to our office to prepare your teeth and apply porcelain veneers, depending on the type we use for your unique circumstance, but whichever we use, both porcelain and composite are beautiful and have their own unique benefits.

Our team wants to help you achieve a beautiful smile. That’s why we’re glad you’ve landed here and have read our blog. If you’ve been Googling “veneers in Boynton Beach”, know that we always welcome new patients and we’d be excited to have the opportunity to help you meet your personal smile goals!

If you think porcelain veneers may help you smile more, give us a call. Let’s get your smile on!

Yours in excellent dental health,
Dr. Michael Rodriguez, your Boynton Beach dentist