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Two Reasons Patients Choose Porcelain Veneers

July 27, 2012

Patients have different reasons for considering cosmetic dentistry, and in particular porcelain veneers. As one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry services currently available, porcelain veneers can help patients of all kinds achieve a more beautiful smile. In today’s blog post, we’d like to concentrate on just two reasons people have for choosing porcelain veneers.

A Straighter Smile without Braces

One reason patients turn to porcelain veneers is that they’re looking for a way to have a straighter smile, but their teeth may not be crooked or oddly spaced enough to make braces necessary. With porcelain veneers, patients from Scottsdale and beyond can finally have a straighter smile in just two or three visits, instead of a year or more. Because porcelain veneers only affect front teeth, though, we recommend scheduling a consultation appointment with Dr. Martin before you make up your mind completely. With a quick consultation visit, he can tell you for sure which solution is most right for you.

An Alternative to Teeth Whitening

The second reason we’d like to focus on today is that, for some patients, professional teeth whitening hasn’t worked as well as expected. Certain stains, like those caused by prescription medications, can be tough for even the best whitening system to remove. But with porcelain veneers, Dr. Martin can give you a beautiful, white smile that doesn’t require and follow-up appointments or touch-ups at home.

What’s Your Reason?

Do you have a different reason for looking into porcelain veneers? Our team VIP Dentistry would love to hear about it. Call our Scottsdale office to schedule a consultation appointment with us. We serve patients from Phoenix, Paradise Valley, and Fountain Hills.

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