Beautify Your Smile With Dental Veneers

Thin, durable shells that are often made from porcelain, dental veneers are designed to cover the front surfaces of teeth to create an aesthetically pleasing effect. At Cedarbrae Dental in Scarborough, we’ve seen the transformative results dental veneers in Scarborough can provide time and time again, and we’re proud to offer our patients this rejuvenating cosmetic service.

How are dental veneers placed?

During your first appointment, after your smile goals have been discussed and we’ve developed a treatment plan that’s personalized to meet your needs, our dentist will remove small amounts of enamel from your tooth or teeth. Impressions will be taken and sent to our dental lab professionals, who will use them to create your custom-fitted veneers. We’ll place temporary veneers until your permanent versions arrive, and we’ll schedule a second appointment to attach your customized veneers after we’ve ensured that they look and feel great.

What benefits do veneers provide?

Veneers can help update the shape, size, and colour of your teeth. They can also address unwanted spaces between teeth, correct minor misalignment concerns, and because they’re durable and highly stain-resistant, they have the potential to look great for many years to come.

Who is an ideal candidate for dental veneers?

Patients who’d like to update the look of their smile may be great candidates for this service. It’s important to note that in order to have veneers placed, patients must have healthy teeth and gums, and undergo a thorough examination to confirm their candidacy.

Are you interested in learning more about dental veneers in Scarborough? Call our friendly team today!

Contact Cedarbrae Dental to Know About Dental Veneers

  • Address minor misalignment issues
  • Change your tooth shape and size for a more aesthetically pleasing effect
  • Eliminate unwanted discolourations and stains
  • Conceal chips, cracks, and other forms of damage
  • Prioritize your smile!

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