Porcelain veneers are one of the most versatile cosmetic dentistry treatments, and they can address a wide range of aesthetic smile concerns. However, we’ve found that many patients are initially hesitant to get porcelain veneers due to some common misconceptions about the procedure. The following infographic highlights some of the most prevalent porcelain veneers myths and provides you with the accurate information you need to know.
Dental veneers, also known as porcelain veneers, are considered cosmetic and are therefore not covered by most dental insurance plans. Services that may offer similar results, such as dental bonding or dental crowns, may be covered by insurance.
If you're familiar at all with cosmetic dentistry, you've probably heard of porcelain veneers. You've probably also heard about how popular they are, and how many celebrities have turned to them for that "Hollywood" smile. Now, you're wondering if they're a good choice for you.
Living with a gap in the front of your smile can be more than embarrassing. It can reduce your self-confidence and affect multiple areas of your life, from dating to work. But if you have been putting off seeing a dentist about the gap in your smile because you don’t want to deal with braces, then Dr.