Porcelain Veneers

It can be quite devastating to experience a broken or fractured tooth, especially if the damage is in the front. One of the most effective ways to restore the appearance of an injured or imperfect tooth is with a porcelain veneer. At Town Square Dental we use dental veneers to repair and restore function in chipped or cracked teeth and to improve the appearance of stained teeth. We provide this affordable solution to our patients to help improve their smiles.

Custom-made porcelain veneers are created to match the color, size, and shape of your natural teeth. They provide stability and strength to a compromised tooth structure. Our patients like the natural, aesthetically pleasing look.

During the procedure, a thin veneer is fastened to the impaired tooth with oral cement. It is shaded to blend in with the surrounding natural teeth and later polished. Patients walk away with a full, radiant smile.

Your Town Square dentist uses porcelain veneers to correct a variety of dental problems, such as:

  • Chipped, broken or cracked teeth
  • Deformities
  • Spaces between teeth and misalignments
  • Tooth stains and discolorations
  • Tooth damage as the result of bruxism, or uneven teeth

It is easy to continue your good oral hygiene habits with regular daily brushing, and flossing while wearing porcelain veneers. They won’t affect tooth cleaning in any way. Properly applied dental veneers will last for many years. Contact Town Square Dental to schedule your consultation to learn more about porcelain veneers.

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