Porcelain Veneers in Montvale

Have you been considering porcelain veneers but didn’t think you could afford them? Bear Brook Dental Care offers porcelain veneers with flexible payment options. Your dentist will bring you in for a comprehensive exam and consultation, allowing us to discuss all your options. Contrary to popular belief, porcelain veneers do not necessarily mean having all of the teeth treated. Bear Brook Dental Care can use porcelain veneers as a cosmetic dental treatment to improve some or all of your teeth.

The process is relatively non-intrusive, which means we won’t need to remove much of the surface from the original tooth. The veneer is affixed to the tooth using a strong adhesive. The material is well tolerated in the mouth, which means porcelain veneers can last up to 20 years or more. By the time you need your porcelain veneers replaced, you will have gotten more than your money’s worth out of this treatment.

Cosmetic Dental Veneers

Cosmetic dental veneers are a great way to change your smile for a more aesthetically pleasing appearance. Bear Brook Dental Care can use cosmetic dental veneers to change the length, shape or color of teeth. Cosmetic dental veneers are also an option for closing gaps between teeth. When you consult with your dentist, simply share your vision for a brighter smile, and we will do the rest.

We recommend considering cosmetic dental veneers if you are unhappy with your smile but have otherwise healthy teeth and gums. For a complete smile reconstruction, cosmetic dental veneers are often the simplest and most effective option.

We want to help you decide whether cosmetic dental veneers are the right option for you. Contact our office today, and book an appointment where you will have the opportunity to consult with a cosmetic dentist. Together we can help you achieve a happier smile with cosmetic dental veneers.

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