The Possibilities of Veneers

If you feel like you have flaws in your smile, such as chips, misshapen teeth, yellowing, or gaps in your smile, there’s a solution for you. You may have always wanted a perfect smile but didn't know how to get it. Porcelain veneers are a great way to transform your smile and hide a number of imperfections. Dr. Gary Carmassi in McCandless Township and also serving Wexford and all areas in the North Hills of Pittsburgh offers cosmetic dentistry treatments including porcelain veneers to keep your smile looking great.

How Porcelain Veneers Can Benefit You

If you have multiple flaws that you’d like to correct in your smile, instead of getting multiple cosmetic dentistry procedures from your dentist in Pittsburgh, PA, also serving Ross Township, and North Hills, PA, you can solve them with one procedure. Porcelain veneers are made of a thin, porcelain shell that is bonded to your natural teeth to enhance and strengthen your smile. They’re strong enough to withstand the normal pressures that your teeth have to go through without breaking or cracking.

Because they’re made of porcelain, stains will not stick to them the same way that they do to your natural teeth. You won’t have to worry about any future yellowing or staining and you can have a bright smile for years. Caring for your porcelain veneers is also extremely easy and doesn’t add any additional hassle or work. You just need to care for your veneers the same way you do your natural teeth. Be sure to brush twice a day, floss once a day, and visit your dentist for regular checkups.

Contact Your Dentist Today!

Give yourself the picture-perfect smile that you have always dreamed of! Contact Dr. Carmassi in Pittsburgh, PA, also serving McCandless Township, Wexford, and North Hills, PA, to learn more about this cosmetic dentistry procedure and how porcelain veneers can improve your smile. Call today at (412) 367-4515.

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