Oral Health Treatments: Dental Veneers

Have you ever heard of dental veneers? Although the term may seem foreign to you, chances are you have seen them at some point in your life. Many actors, actresses, and celebrities are known for undergoing dental veneer treatment to give them what we often refer to as a movie star smile. With dental veneers, you too can have a smile of your dreams.

Dental veneers are amazing tooth restoration treatments known for the aesthetically pleasing benefits they can provide. Even if you have unsightly or damaged teeth, dental veneers can be turn your smile around. Although dental veneers are not guaranteed to last forever, a single veneer can easily last up to 10 years before it needs to be repaired or replaced.

One of the best advantages of veneers are their ability to be customized and modified to your exact oral profile needs. Veneers can be placed to correct minor malocclusions or spacing issues, and they can be modified. If a veneer needs to be placed to correct or cover up tooth decay or dental damage, they can be adjusted to suit your needs. If a veneer needs to be placed to conceal deep stains or discolorations that cannot be removed through teeth whitening treatment systems, dental veneers are a suitable option. Depending on your oral health ailments and your needs, dental veneers can be adjusted and modified to give you the smile you desire.

Are you interested in dental veneers? To schedule your oral exam at Riverdale Dental Arts with Dr. Sheldon Kupferman and our team at our dentist office in The Bronx, New York, simply give us a call at 718-548-1148. Our team of oral health care superheroes are here to help!

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