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Completely Transform Your Smile with Porcelain Veneers

January 29, 2014

shutterstock_64614457If you’re unhappy with the condition of your smile – whether it be the shape, alignment or color of your teeth – you’re certainly not alone. Most of us have at least a few things we’d change about your smile if we could, but we think that correcting our dental imperfections would be too invasive, complex or expensive. Fortunately, a quick and simple cosmetic fix is within reach in the form of porcelain veneers.

Benefits of Dental Veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin, stain-resistant sheaths of dental porcelain that are customized to fit over your natural teeth. They look and feel natural, simply covering the imperfections in your smile. Common dental problems that can be corrected with porcelain veneers include the following:

  • Discoloration and staining that are resistant to whitening treatments
  • Chips or cracks in enamel
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Teeth that are too small or too large relative to other teeth
  • Uneven spacing and gaps between teeth
  • Teeth that are crowded or misaligned

In as little as two visits to your local Sapulpa dentist, you can enjoy a flawless new smile that you’ll be proud to show off to friends, family and coworkers. You’ll care for your new porcelain veneers the same way you do your natural teeth – simply brush and floss normally and maintain your regular, biannual visits to Complete Cosmetic Care Dentistry.

If you’ve been living with a smile you feel you need to hide, for whatever reason, it’s time to take the first step in your journey toward a rejuvenated new appearance with cosmetic dentistry in Sapulpa, OK. Contact Dr. Georgy and Dr. Mohanna today to see how porcelain veneers can transform your smile in no time, giving you the self-confidence you want and deserve. Our office happily welcomes patients from Bixby, Tulsa, Glenpool, Okmulgee, Keifer, Mounds, Jenks and the surrounding areas. 

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