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Erase Everyday Imperfections with Cosmetic Veneers

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Are chipped, stained, or irregular looking teeth preventing you from smiling as much as you wish you could? Have you often wished for one, easy way to transform your smile all at one time so that your teeth looked perfect all day long, every day? If you have – then dental veneers are the perfect option for you!

Cosmetic dental veneers are thin restorations that are bonded right over the front of your teeth, giving them an entirely new appearance. Everything from the shape, size and color of the tooth can be changed. It doesn’t matter what the healthy tooth looks like underneath; as long as it is free of disease, the veneer can safely be permanently set right over the enamel.

Your dentist will work with you to design the ideal smile that you’ve always wanted. Choose from several shapes and colors of teeth to create a one-of-a-kind movie star smile that really turns heads. Without extensive treatments or months of appointments, you can enjoy a straightforward approach to an entirely new smile.

Most veneer treatments require 2 or 3 appointments. The number and length of appointments will depend on the type of veneer that you select. There are a variety of materials and styles to choose from; your dentist can discuss the ins and outs of each one with you during your consultation.

There’s something for everyone! Some types of veneers are more modestly priced than others, making them easier on your budget. Your dentist will be happy to discuss financing options with you if you wish. Find out more about which options are right for your new smile by booking a no-pressure consultation today.

Posted on behalf of:
Park South Dentistry
30 Central Park S #13C
New York, NY 10019
(212) 355-2000

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