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Porcelain Veneers

Dr. Luther provides dental porcelain veneers at Timbercrest Dental Center in Appleton WI

Porcelain veneers, also known as dental veneers or porcelain laminates, are thin shells of porcelain that are bonded to teeth to improve their appearance. 

Porcelain veneers are frequently used in cosmetic dentistry to mask teeth that are damaged, fractured, worn, discolored, or crooked. Veneers mimic the translucent surface of a natural tooth, making them very life-like.  Another advantage of porcelain veneers is that they are stain resistant.  Porcelain is a ceramic, so its surface is smooth and does not permanently stain.

Before and after image of woman with veneers by Timbercrest Dental Center in Appleton WIPorcelain veneers can cover or repair minor tooth damage or defects.  Veneers can make chipped, mis-shapen, or crooked teeth look more attractive.  They can also cover existing fillings that have become stained or discolored.  Stained or discolored teeth can benefit from porcelain veneers.  As an alternative to orthodontic procedures, porcelain veneers can also be used to ”fill in” gaps between teeth.  Deep tetracycline stains can be removed from a smile with this procedure.

In as short as two visits, you can have a smile that beams confidence.

Before and after smile showing dental porcelain veneers by Timbercrest Dental Center in Appleton WI

Before and after teeth showing dental porcelain veneers by Timbercrest Dental Center in Appleton WI

Before and after side angle showing dental porcelain veneers by Timbercrest Dental Center in Appleton WI

Before and after dental porcelain veneers by Timbercrest Dental Center in Appleton WI

 Image of teeth before porcelain veneers by Before and after smile showing dental porcelain veneers by Timbercrest Dental Center in Appleton WI   After image of porcelain veneers by Timbercrest Dental Center in Appleton WI

To schedule an appointment, call us today at (920) 659-6025.

We’re conveniently located a quarter mile north of Highway 41, at the intersection of Richmond Street and Evergreen Drive.