Veneers in Wilmington, DE
Are your teeth discolored, misaligned, or chipped? These concerns can be easily addressed, resulting is a "smile makeover" using veneers. Dental veneers can repair and strengthen a damaged tooth, as well as improve your appearance by covering a discolored or misshapen tooth. You can use them like you would your own teeth because the bond is extremely strong. Your final result is a more beautiful, natural-looking smile!
How do veneers work to restore the natural appearance of your tooth? The tooth is slightly etched to accept the veneers, which are thin sheets of porcelain ceramic that are bonded to the teeth. They are also called porcelain laminates and will look like natural teeth without the imperfections! Although the porcelain is paper thin, it becomes very strong and durable when it is firmly bonded to the tooth structure.
Porcelain veneers are glass-like in nature (ceramic) and they are, therefore, translucent. This means that light will penetrate its surface, just like your natural enamel. This will give your tooth a lustrous appearance. This is a distinct advantage over other dental bonding materials, which may be semi-translucent. In addition, some dental bonding materials are susceptible to staining when exposed to tea, coffee, red wine, and tobacco. The surface of a porcelain veneer, however, is stain resistant!
Dr. Gladnick uses only the highest quality porcelain veneers and dental labs to support the incomparable artistry that he utilizes to give you the best possible results. You will look and feel younger, and your dental work will be virtually undetectable! He has been a member in good standing of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
If you are in the area of Wilmington, Pike Creek, Newark, Hockessin, or Greenville, give us a call at (302) 468-6742 and we would be happy to see you. If you are from the outlying areas of Elkton in Cecil County, Maryland, or Oxford and Kennet Square, Pennsylvania, you will be pleased that you made the short drive to our conveniently located office on the corner of Milltown Road and Kirkwood Highway. Patients who have done so agree that having a smile that looks so natural, without the imperfections, is well worth the trip!