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Porcelain VeneersCorrect various minor tooth imperfections with this smile-enhancing solution.
Jaffe Dental Group

Porcelain Veneers in Brownstown Charter Twp., MI

If you catch yourself smiling with your mouth closed in an effort to hide small imperfections, porcelain veneers may be right for you. These thin shields act as a protective barrier, safeguarding your teeth from external factors like staining foods and drinks while preserving your natural tooth structure. At Jaffe Dental Group, we’re dedicated to boosting your confidence, and now, with porcelain veneers, you can proudly show off your radiant smile.

Porcelain veneers can address a range of concerns, from discoloration and misshapen teeth to diastema (wide gaps in between your teeth) and more. Whether you’re looking to restore the color of your teeth or seeking a total smile makeover, porcelain veneers can help you achieve the smile you deserve. Schedule an appointment with us today to get started.

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Strengthen Your Smile

Veneers Solve a Variety of Dental Concerns

Deciding if porcelain veneers are right for you doesn’t need to be challenging, and at Jaffe Dental Group, it isn’t. Our expert team of dentists will help you determine if veneers are the solution you’ve been searching for. Commonly used for cosmetic enhancement, porcelain veneers create a bright, white smile without compromising the look and feel of teeth. With this versatile solution, we can solve a variety of dental concerns, including stained teeth, misshapen teeth, crooked teeth, and more.

Additionally, porcelain veneers can conceal other dental imperfections, such as teeth that appear too small or large—evening them out and creating a seamless smile. When teeth have become too worn for wear and impact your confidence level, it may be time to invest in porcelain veneers. Our dentists will conduct a thorough assessment of your teeth and determine whether porcelain veneers align with your unique needs.

The Process

How Porcelain Veneers Works

Much like other cosmetic dental procedures, porcelain veneers require two separate appointments. During the first visit, we’ll use state-of-the-art digital dental technology to take a detailed impression of your teeth to craft custom-fitted porcelain veneers. We’ll then remove a small portion of your natural tooth enamel and place temporary veneers on the specified teeth. These temporary replacements will act as a barrier while your permanent porcelain veneers are being created, allowing you to get used to your new normal.

Your second visit will involve finalizing your porcelain veneer journey. We’ll carefully place the custom-fitted porcelain veneers onto your natural teeth, making sure they fit snuggly and seamlessly. To secure the veneers in their ideal positions, we’ll use specialized dental cement that creates a durable and long-lasting result. Throughout this appointment, our focus is on your comfort, satisfaction, and overall smile success.

Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly Asked Porcelain Veneer Questions

Porcelain veneers can last over ten years, based on how well you care for them. When the ten-year mark arrives, we’ll schedule an appointment to reassess the quality of your veneers and determine if replacement is necessary. We may need to replace your veneers if your gums have started to pull back, there are chips or breaks, or changes in your bite have caused gaps to appear.

While both options enhance smiles, there is a significant distance between porcelain veneers and composite veneers. Porcelain veneers are created off-site based on a mold of your teeth and mouth, while composite veneers are created directly on your teeth and hand-molded by the dentist. Additionally, porcelain veneers last much longer than composite veneers and have a more natural appearance.

When you arrive for an appointment at Jaffe Dental Group, we’ll perform a full examination of your teeth, gums, and mouth to determine if porcelain veneers are right for you. In most cases, porcelain veneers are an ideal solution for those looking to hide minor dental imperfections, such as discoloration and cracked teeth.

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