Category Archives: Porcelain Veneers

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Porcelain Veneers: The Reasons we Love Them

For many people, cosmetic dentistry involves treatment no more complex than teeth whitening. As a graduate of Harvard school of dental medicine and the esteemed Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, Dr. Marshall recognizes the value of meticulous cosmetic care. In our Ardmore dental office, patients can discover the ideal solution to concerns that… [Read more]


Five Things You Want to Know About Porcelain Veneers

If you are looking to improve your smile because of discoloration or some other negative aesthetic with your teeth, porcelain veneers may be the perfect choice. Here are five things everyone should know about porcelain veneers before scheduling their appointment: Why are porcelain veneers placed? — Porcelain veneers are the perfect and simple solution for… [Read more]


Are Orthodontics the Only Option for Straighter Teeth?

Wire braces used to be so common that they were practically a rite of passage in childhood. But not everyone is able to wear braces, and if you suffer from crooked teeth, you may wonder if you have any other options. Fortunately, Philadelphia cosmetic dentist Dr. Lindsey Marshall can recommend a variety of ways to… [Read more]


Do Veneers Extend the Life of Your Teeth?

Porcelain veneers are intended as a cosmetic dentistry procedure. They are not intended to protect or preserve your teeth. Because of this, they are not likely to extend the life of your teeth. However, porcelain veneers are also not likely to shorten the life of your teeth, either. Although the placing of veneers does involve… [Read more]


Veneers vs. Crowns

Porcelain veneers and dental crowns are both restorations that can improve the appearance of your teeth, however they are very different in structure and generally in purpose. Porcelain veneers are intended to be primarily cosmetic restorations, so they are just thin pieces of ceramic that are bonded to the front and sometimes top of your… [Read more]


Why Is Porcelain Used for Veneers?

Porcelain veneers are fitted to the front and sometimes top surfaces of teeth to correct a number of cosmetic complaints, such as discolored teeth, chipped teeth, or gapped teeth. In order to do this successfully, they have to be made of a material that looks natural, is durable, stain resistant, and can be bonded well… [Read more]


What can Dental Veneers Fix?

Dental veneers, sometimes called porcelain veneers, are truly the most miraculous procedure in cosmetic dentistry for their versatility, power, and durability. Today, let’s talk about the versatility of dental veneers, which enables them to treat most of the common cosmetic complaints that people have about their smiles. Dental veneers can be used to treat: Discolored… [Read more]


Cosmetic Dental Myths

As with any profession, especially those related to medical work, many myths exist regarding cosmetic dentistry and dentistry in particular. Some of these myths prevent people from receiving necessary dental care, or cosmetic dentistry care that could greatly improve their overall quality of life. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area cosmetic dentist Lindsey Marshall, DMD, can answer any… [Read more]


What are Porcelain Veneers?

Innovations in cosmetic dentistry have made it possible for many issues to be corrected with minimally invasive procedures. One of these procedures, and one of the most versatile, is the use of porcelain veneers. Dr. Lindsey Marshall provides porcelain veneers to treat a variety of issues for her cosmetic dentistry patients in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania… [Read more]


Candidates for Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are a relatively new approach to cosmetic dentistry. They can be used to correct a number of cosmetic issues with the teeth. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area cosmetic dentist Lindsey Marshall, DMD uses porcelain veneers to give her patients the bright, perfect smiles they’ve always wanted. Who Is a Good Candidate for Porcelain Veneers? Almost… [Read more]


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