Porcelain Veneers

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Smiling woman with her new porcelain veneers from Woburn Dental Healthcare

Understanding Veneers

Achieve brighter, whiter, and straighter teeth.

When super-thin, ultra-durable porcelain veneers are laminated to the front surface of your teeth an incredible new smile can be produced. Veneers make it possible to permanently eliminate numerous cosmetic flaws, moving your smile closer to perfection and lifting your self-confidence at the same time. With the versatility and life-like characteristics of porcelain, factors such as the shape, length, color, and strength of the front teeth can be dramatically enhanced.

Veneers are considered to be a relatively conservative Woburn cosmetic dental procedure. Each veneer is designed to be very thin, and only a small amount of enamel must be removed from the front surfaces of the teeth to accommodate them. Once the veneers are permanently bonded firmly into place, you can quickly return to eating normally and smiling with great confidence. Neither the porcelain nor the underlying adhesive bond will be vulnerable to temperature, moisture, or normal biting pressures.

The friendly and knowledgeable staff here have the utmost professionalism and are exceptionally patient focused. Within one visit, after not having been in a dentist chair in years, my fears were put at ease, and a step by step plan was put in place to make my teeth shine again!

David (Actual Patient)

Feel & See the Benefits

Porcelain veneers can enhance your self-esteem and boost your confidence too!

  • Generally very durable and stain resistant

  • Requires minimal tooth reduction as compared to full crowns

  • Improves the alignment of the teeth without braces

  • Produces whiter teeth, conceals discoloration

  • Texture and translucency of porcelain is very similar to real enamel

  • Eliminates spaces between the teeth

  • Reshapes the teeth by adding length and/or width

  • Restores teeth that are broken, chipped, or unevenly shaped

  • Hides tetracycline and fluorosis staining