When imperfections are affecting the appearance of the smile, patients often turn to cosmetic dentistry procedures to make a difference. Drs. Jay M. Lerner and Gerard J. Lemongello of the Palm Beach Gardens, FL area are here to help, and can provide patients with the solutions they need to enhance the look of their teeth, including porcelain veneers.
What are porcelain veneers?
Also known as dental veneers, porcelain veneers are a wonderful solution for covering imperfections that may be detracting from an otherwise beautiful smile! These restorations are custom-made for patients and are designed to bond over the front of the anterior teeth to completely disguise problem areas. Teeth that are gapped, broken, chipped, misaligned, or even permanently stained may benefit from the placement of porcelain veneers with the team at Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry.
Why choose porcelain veneers?
There are several advantages for patients who choose porcelain veneers to enhance their natural teeth. Porcelain veneers are:
What is the process of obtaining porcelain veneers?
Most patients who are candidates for porcelain veneers will decide to move forward with this particular method of treatment for the anterior teeth that have imperfections present. When patients have chosen this cosmetic solution, they need to undergo preparations of the natural teeth. This includes filing down some of the natural tooth enamel from the front. Once completed, impressions are done and sent off to a dental ceramic who fabricates the final restoration for bonding into place approximately one to two weeks later. Porcelain veneers are known for lasting approximately ten years or longer when patients take good care of them, ensuring a decade or more of beautiful smiles! Porcelain veneers can be replaced as necessary by our team.
Ready to discuss the benefits of veneers?
Contact the team at Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry today to make an appointment with Drs. Jay M. Lerner and Gerard J. Lemongello and consult with a professional regarding this and many other restorative services available at the practice. The office is located at 5602 PGA Boulevard, Ste. 201 and can be reached at (561) 627-9000.