A New Life for Your Smile with Porcelain Veneers


A smile you can be proud of isn’t something that should be out of reach. Even when it seems like smile improvement might be complicated, many patients are pleasantly surprised to find that it isn’t—especially with the help of porcelain veneers. Giving your smile a new life can be simplified with custom-designed veneers, which are made to completely revamp the visible surfaces of one or more teeth. If you have several cosmetic issues to improve but don’t want to undergo complex cosmetic treatment, then porcelain veneers could be the answer you’re looking for.

What Are Porcelain Veneers?

Dental porcelain is one of the most notable advances in modern cosmetic and restorative dental materials. In addition to closely matching the color and shade of your healthy, natural teeth, dental porcelain is also semi-translucent, which it gives it the ability to reflect light just like natural tooth enamel (which is also semi-translucent). Veneers are thin shells of customized dental porcelain that are custom-made to match the front surfaces of one or more teeth. By bonding the veneers to your teeth, your dentist can reinvent your smile’s appearance quickly and with highly lifelike results.

Helping Your Smile Bounce Back

Their lifelike appearance is one of the reasons why porcelain veneers are so popular, but another is their ability to address a wide variety of dental concerns at once. For instance, severe discoloration, chips, cracks, excessive spaces, and more can all be corrected with an appropriate number of veneers, helping patients avoid multiple treatments to help their smile’s bounce back.

Find Out if Veneers Can Renew Your Smile

With the help of one or more custom-designed, lifelike porcelain veneers, your smile can enjoy a new, blemish-free life. To learn more, schedule an appointment with your dentist by calling Keelan Dental in Butler, PA, at (724) 285-4153. Our Smile Certified experts happily serve patients from Butler, Cranberry Township, Mars, Pittsburgh, Butler County, and all surrounding communities.