Dr. Trichas talks about how cosmetic veneers can transform a patients smile
Every tooth in your mouth performs its own important function. While chewing and speaking are among the most crucial ones, looking good and representing you in a positive way are other key roles of teeth. This is especially true for your front teeth. Think about it: Those are the ones people see first, so you want them to look great. They’re also the ones you generally use whenever you take a bite of food. Your speech and your smile use those front teeth as their foundation. Considering the vital role that they play in your daily life, your front teeth certainly deserve plenty of care and attention. Porcelain veneers, when applied to your front teeth, can strengthen and significantly enhance teeth that don’t blend well with their surrounding teeth. These thin yet highly durable porcelain coatings look virtually identical to real tooth enamel, providing both the strength and appearance of your natural teeth. Dr. Konstantine Trichas and Dr. Sophia Chadda are exceptionally experienced in providing porcelain veneers and a variety of other cosmetic dentistry services. The entire team at our Montclair, NJ office shares a passion for giving patients like you a smile they can be proud of.
Before we place your porcelain veneers, we do a general dental health assessment to determine if they’re right for you. After we determine that porcelain veneers are suitable for your needs, we take impressions of your teeth, which will enable our ceramicist to create custom-fitted veneers that match the color, size, and shape of your surrounding teeth for a harmonious smile. On a follow-up visit to our Montclair, NJ office, we’ll remove a small portion of the surface enamel of any teeth that will be receiving veneers and give you temporary veneers the same day so that you can see what your new teeth will look like while enjoying the ability to eat, speak, and smile normally. At the following appointment we’ll permanently bond your customized porcelain veneers to your teeth.