Porcelain Veneers Succasunna, NJ

Do you have severe tooth staining? Restore your smile with porcelain veneers.

Dr. Ira Goldberg offers custom porcelain veneers in Succasunna, NJ for patients desiring a durable and lasting result to address their cosmetic concerns. This cosmetic dental treatment is used to cover teeth that are stained, crooked, misshapen, and otherwise damaged. Porcelain veneers are crafted from ultra-thin translucent porcelain ceramic and are bonded to the front and sides of teeth. Learn about traditional dental veneers as well as the Snap-on-Smile below.

Porcelain Veneers treatment in Succasunna, NJ

Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

Dental veneers:

  • Look and feel natural
  • Brighten darkened teeth
  • Are resistant to stains
  • Do not damage gum tissue
  • Can be any custom size or shape
  • Offer a conservative approach to treatment

Call Morris County Dental Associates at 973-298-5893 if you want to explore your treatment options with dental veneers. Our dental team is experienced in helping patients get the dental treatment they need.

Treatment with Porcelain Veneers

Dr. Goldberg will review your oral health and assess your teeth and gums before treatment. This evaluation is done to make sure that this cosmetic treatment aligns with your specific needs. To prepare your teeth for the veneers, a small layer of tooth enamel will be removed to create room for the veneers and provide a better bonding surface. Dental impressions will then be taken of teeth to help fabricate porcelain veneers. After these digital impressions are sent to a lab and completed, they will be bonded to teeth.

Porcelain veneers can last for years with proper dental care, although you can still get cavities under your veneers, so it is important to keep on brushing and flossing twice a day. Avoid chewing on hard objects or nail-biting as the veneers may chip or break. If you notice that your bite doesn’t feel right or you feel any discomfort, call our office and we will fix it as soon as possible. Your comfort is our priority.

Snap-On-Smile

Snap-On-Smile is a non-invasive, and completely reversible appliance that can give you a new smile in as little as two visits to our Succasunna office. This treatment is a great option for almost anyone who wants veneers or a smile makeover but would like to see what it would look like before they undergo an irreversible procedure. Snap-On-Smile is a comfortable and quick economical alternative to more complex dental procedures. Patients can transform the appearance of their stained, crooked, or missing teeth without invasive treatment.

Porcelain Veneers FAQs

Do porcelain veneers break easily?

Porcelain veneers are strong, but with enough pressure they can break. Although broken veneers are not very common since they are made to be as strong as natural teeth.

How long do porcelain veneers last?

On average porcelain veneers last anywhere from 10-30 years. It is important to take care of your veneers as well as your natural teeth. Being careful not to put extreme pressure on them allows veneers to last longer.

If I drink coffee with veneers will they stain?

Drinking coffee with veneers will not stain them. Veneers are color matched to your natural teeth and made to be stain resistant. Coffee is more likely to stain your natural teeth than your veneers.

Do porcelain veneers ruin your teeth?

Porcelain veneers do not ruin your teeth. Cavities can form under veneers in rare instances, but your tooth should not decay from having veneers.

How do you clean porcelain veneers?

Patients should clean and floss their teeth and veneers the same way they would natural teeth. Many also use fluoride or mouthwash to rinse and remove bacteria.

Do veneers protect your teeth?

The front of your teeth contain less enamel than the rest of your teeth. Veneers protect this layer, while defending against sensitivity and tooth damage.

Dr. Goldberg is a cosmetic and restorative dentist in Succasunna, NJ offering experienced care for your aesthetic goals. Call 973-298-5893 or request a consultation with Dr. Goldberg today.