The Benefits of Veneers
By Papillon Dental
July 12, 2018
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: veneers  

Dental VeneersDental veneers are one of the most low key, minimally invasive methods available to make significant upgrades and improvements to your smile. Whether you want whiter teeth or need to fix a few chips and cracks, veneers are a good option for some of the most common cosmetic dental problems. Dr. Felix Papillon, a dentist in Upper Marlboro, MD, offers a range of cosmetic and restorative dentistry options for a healthier, more attractive smile.

Get a Smile Makeover with Dental Veneers in Upper Marlboro, MD

Unlike crowns, which cover the entire tooth, veneers are bonded onto the surface of a damaged tooth to change the size, shape, or color. You can get veneers to fix visible damage like chips or cracks from trauma or wear and tear, or to make cosmetic changes to get your smile closer to your personal ideal.

In addition to improving mild to moderate cosmetic imperfections that can ruin an otherwise healthy smile, veneers also offer an affordable option that doesn't require hours and multiple appointments in the dentist's chair. For many people, investing in whiter or straighter teeth would be a priority if not for the perceived cost and time involved. Porcelain veneers can generally be completed in as little as two appointments.

First, Dr. Papillon will perform a comprehensive dental exam and discuss your options. Many patients interested in cosmetic improvements to their smile already have an idea of what they would like their teeth to look like, if so you can feel free to bring in a picture for some guidance.

Veneers are custom designed and made of a thin layer of porcelain that creates an improved version of the natural color and texture of your teeth, so that the results are 100% unique for you.

Find a Dentist in Upper Marlboro, MD

For more information about veneers and other cosmetic dentistry options, contact Papillon Dental Care by calling (301) 773-5700 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Papillon today.