Dental veneers are a versatile cosmetic dentistry option that can dramatically improve the appearance of your smile. Patients with cracks, chips, gaps, discoloration, worn teeth, or mild tooth misalignment can all benefit from dental veneers. Using the latest advanced techniques and materials, Dr. Hammoud can help you achieve the smile of your dreams with state-of-the-art dental veneers.
Porcelain veneers are composed of a durable, high-quality ceramic that can be matched to the shade of your surrounding teeth for a seamless, natural look. This common cosmetic dentistry procedure uses veneers that can be individually customized for your teeth, achieving the best possible fit as well as a beautiful appearance. The hand-layered porcelain has a dynamic quality that catches light just like the enamel of a natural tooth. Porcelain veneers are often considered a minimal-prep procedure, preserving the majority of your existing tooth structure while achieving long-lasting smile rejuvenation.
Each veneer treatment is custom-designed to meet the unique needs of the individual patient by the prestigious Jason J. Kim Oral Design Lab. Dr. Hammoud offers a variety of veneer types at our practice and uses the consultation process as a time to help you make a well-informed decision about which type of dental veneer can meet your needs and cosmetic goals.
If you would like to learn more about dental veneers, or if you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Hammoud, please contact us today.
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