Even healthy teeth can use a little cosmetic improvement at some point in time. Between stains, discolorations, chips, cracks, and spacing issues, aesthetic imperfections can keep your smile from looking its best. Fortunately, with the help of cosmetic dentistry, you don't have to settle for anything less than a smile you truly love! One of today's most popular cosmetic dentistry options, porcelain veneers are a great way to eliminate mild-to-moderate aesthetic flaws and acquire a brightened smile. Dr. John Taylor, your dentist in Baltimore, MD, offers a range of dental services to fix your smile and improve your oral health—read on to learn if veneer treatment from his office is right for you!
Small Changes Equal Big Improvements to Your Smile
You don't need invasive and time-consuming dental procedures to give yourself a smile makeover. With porcelain veneers, you can transform your smile and look better than ever in just a few trips to our Baltimore office! Made from thin layers of porcelain, veneers are bonded directly onto the surface of your teeth and molded to improve their size, color, or shape. Porcelain looks and feels just like natural tooth enamel, so they can dramatically enhance your smile while making the results look real and understated at the same time.
What Porcelain Veneers Can Do for Your Smile
Veneers can repair small to medium-sized chips and cracks, strengthen a fractured tooth, cover permanent stains and discolorations, and close undesired gaps/spacing. Veneers are also a good option if you would just like to make general cosmetic improvements or changes to your smile, for example if your teeth are uneven or misshaped.
Veneers are custom-designed and bonded directly onto your teeth for a one of a kind fit. With proper care, veneers can last anywhere from five to ten years or much longer in some cases.
Give Us a Call
For more information about the benefits of porcelain veneers and the other cosmetic dentistry options that are available to you, contact our Baltimore office today by dialing (410) 347-2995.