Ready for a complete smile makeover? Want to design your dream smile from scratch? If so, porcelain veneers are an excellent option for you to consider. TotallySmiles offers porcelain veneers in our Gaithersburg, MD dentist office.
With porcelain veneers, you can conceal major cosmetic concerns without sacrificing the functionality of your smile. Learn more about porcelain veneers below.
Porcelain Veneers in Gaithersburg, MD
Dr. Steven Anolik and Dr. Corey Anolik are your experienced cosmetic dentists in Gaithersburg, MD. They are happy to provide porcelain veneers to patients looking to conceal cosmetic concerns like misshapen teeth, bleach-resistant stains, or minor chips.
Our doctors provide compassionate and comprehensive cosmetic services to our patients. They understand that you want to feel confident when showing off your smile, and are here to help you accomplish this goal. Porcelain veneers are a minimally invasive cosmetic service that allows our patients to make major cosmetic changes to their smiles.
Understanding Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers are thin, ceramic shells designed to conceal the front-facing portion of your natural tooth. Because they are so thin, they do not require much enamel removal to make space in your smile for the veneer. This also means that most of your natural tooth structure will remain intact underneath the veneer.
Once the veneer is permanently secured to the exterior of your tooth, it will cosmetically replace the tooth while leaving you with the functionality you need to eat, drink, and speak normally. Porcelain veneers are designed custom to you and your needs. You can get one veneer or a full mouth of veneers depending on your needs and goals.
Our doctors will thoroughly evaluate your smile to ensure that any underlying dental concerns causing your cosmetic concerns are treated before placing your veneers. While porcelain veneers are similar to dental crowns, they both serve different purposes in your smile.
Dental crowns are designed to replace the entire exterior of a severely broken or decayed tooth while porcelain veneers are used to only replace the front-facing portion of your tooth. If your tooth is too damaged for a porcelain veneer, a dental crown may be a better alternative to restore the look, feel, AND functionality of your affected tooth.
Schedule An Appointment
If you are ready to get started on your smile makeover, schedule a cosmetic consultation with our experienced Gaithersburg, MD dentists. They will work with you to come up with a treatment plan that best meets your needs and goals. We look forward to seeing you soon.