What Veneers Can Do for Your Smile
By Revive Neuromuscular Aesthetic Dentistry
September 05, 2019
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: Veneers  

Most people could use a little touch-up or improvement to their smile, whether that entails fixing general wear-and-tear or covering specific issues such as stains/discolorations, chips, cracks, and other cosmetic damage. Whatever the case, porcelain veneers are an effective and accessible way to improve or even transform your entire smile in just a few short visits to the dentist. Read on to learn how Dr. Shila Yazdani and Dr. Michael Mortazie use this treatment in their Washington, D.C. office to give their patients dazzling smiles!

Invest in a New and Improved Smile with Porcelain Veneers

The state of your smile can be as important as your clothes when it comes to making first (and lasting) impressions in both your personal life and professional life. Studies have found that not only does a damaged smile lead to self-esteem problems, but it can also affect how you are perceived by everyone you meet and interact with. Fortunately, porcelain veneers are a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that can improve the size, shape, and color of your smile.

How Porcelain Veneers Work

Veneers are made from a thin layer of porcelain, and they are bonded onto the surface of cosmetically marred teeth in order to fix issues such as chips, cracks, moderate gaps/spacing issues, and discolorations.

To begin treatment, your dentist will take impressions of your smile, and send them to a veneer-making lab. After a construction period of one-to-two-weeks, the veneers are sent back to our Washington, D.C. office, where they will be perfectly fitted and colored to complement your smile. After the correct adjustments are made, the veneers will be bonded to your teeth, and your new smile will be complete!

Find a Dentist in Washington, D.C.

For more information about porcelain veneers and our other cosmetic dentistry options, contact Revive Total Care Dentistry today by calling (202) 363-3399 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Yazdani or Dr. Mortazie.