SAN JOSE, CA AREA PATIENTS ASK IF VENEERS CAN BE USED FOR STAINED OR MISALIGNED TEETH
Stained, misaligned, and even gapped teeth can benefit from the placement of porcelain veneers. San Jose, CA, area patients use veneers in most situations when they want to cover the anterior teeth’ imperfections. Veneers work by covering the natural tooth underneath and offering a completely different appearance. Dr. Munira Lokhandwala of StarBrite Dental ensures that the restorations she designs match seamlessly with the rest of the smile.
WHAT ARE VENEERS?
Veneers are extremely thin facings. These restorations are made using our advanced iTero scanning technology and state-of-the-art Glidewell milling machine. Patients wait for their new restorations in the office, instead of having to get temporaries bonded onto their teeth and waiting several weeks for a ceramist to complete the veneers. It saves everyone time, money, and appointments.
WHO CAN USE VENEERS?
Anyone with imperfections of the front teeth may have porcelain veneers placed to cover the flaws. The best candidates are patients who maintain regular visits with their dentist, are free from periodontal disease, and do not have cavities on the teeth being treated. That is determined during an evaluation with x-rays and dental history.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF DENTAL VENEERS?
Many patients who can benefit from the placement of porcelain veneers are interested in learning how advantageous these treatments are for enhancing the smile. Veneers are:
READY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PORCELAIN VENEERS?
Veneers are an excellent option for men and women ready to completely change the appearance of their smile or make a subtle repair. Contact Dr. Munira Lokhandwala to learn more about the options available to you. Her practice is located at 38350 Fremont Boulevard, Suite #103 in Fremont, CA, and can be contacted by phone at 510-795-7786.
Our team consists of Dr. Munira Lokhandwala and Dr. Maryum Tariq who are highly skilled dentists with decades of dental experience in both cosmetic and general dentistry.