Porcelain Veneers An Overview
Porcelain veneers can offer one of the most customizable dental treatments to change the appearance of your smile. Your smile makeover with porcelain veneers can be either subtle or dramatic, addressing concerns that range from tooth color to the shape of your smile. An AACD dentist in Strongsville, OH, Dr. Leah Butler works with you on an individual basis to design a new smile that meets your aesthetic goals while supporting and/or improving your dental health.
Dr. Butler is an experienced general and cosmetic dentist who has committed many hours to advanced post-graduate training in all aspects of dentistry for the benefit of our patients. She takes a comprehensive, personalized approach to your needs and goals so that your end result will meet or exceed your expectations. Porcelain veneers can offer you a unique way to make over your smile with beautiful, durable results using the highest quality of materials.
What are porcelain veneers made of?
Porcelain veneers are an ultra-thin shell made from high-quality ceramic. The ceramic material will have similar properties to natural tooth enamel, reflecting light in much the same way.
What can porcelain veneers be used to change?
Porcelain veneers are often the most suitable option for permanently addressing a range of cosmetic concerns or tooth damage. Dr. Butler may recommend them for:
- Gaps between teeth.
- Discolored teeth considered resistant to teeth whitening, or for permanent whitening.
- Misshapen teeth, or teeth that appear too long or too short.
Choosing the right cosmetic dentist
Considering that porcelain veneers are considered a permanent and irreversible procedure, the training and expertise of your cosmetic dentist can have an impact on the integrity of your result. Dr. Butler is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) and has experience helping patients achieve beautiful, healthy smiles through cosmetic dental treatments.
Our team is committed to providing care for your aesthetic goals that is personalized, taking the time to educate you on your dental health and treatment options.