Category Archives: Porcelain Veneers

Dental Veneers Ardmore PA

Is There a Way to Make Veneers Last Longer?

Cosmetic dental treatments like porcelain veneers require a bit of investment. There is an investment of resources devoted to the appearance of the smile since veneers are not a covered service for most insurance companies. Then, there is an investment of time, since it takes two office visits over a few weeks’ time to complete… [Read more]


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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]


Losing or Damaging a Porcelain Veneer

Our Philadelphia-area patients who get porcelain veneers are almost always extremely satisfied with the new look of their smile. Porcelain veneers are excellent ways of addressing chipped or cracked teeth and giving you the full, unbroken, photogenic smile you deserve. The bonding process for your porcelain veneers is simple and safe. One of the most… [Read more]


How Does it Feel to Get Porcelain Veneers?

You know how important your smile is to your day-to-day life. Whether the context is business or your personal relationships, a clean, bright smile makes everything just a little easier and more pleasant. That’s why Dr. Lindsey Marshall offers porcelain veneers for her Philadelphia-area patients who are dealing with chipped, cracked or stained teeth. Porcelain… [Read more]


Do Porcelain Veneers Stain?

Porcelain veneers are a popular option for many of our patients in Ardmore and the surrounding areas. They’re a quick, easy way of effecting a dramatic change in your smile. Dr. Lindsey Marshall uses porcelain veneers to address: Chipped or cracked teeth Crooked teeth Misshapen teeth Gaps between teeth Heavily stained teeth With this simple,… [Read more]


Porcelain Veneers Candidates

Most people are good candidates for porcelain veneers. You are probably a good candidate for porcelain veneers if: You are dissatisfied with the appearance of one or more cosmetic dental problems. You want a long-term way to improve your smile. Your smile issues are cosmetic in nature and do not require major restoration or correction.… [Read more]


How can Porcelain Veneers improve your Smile?

Porcelain veneers can improve your smile by concealing just about any common cosmetic dental problem, including: Gaps between teeth Stained teeth Worn teeth Chipped teeth Cracked teeth Misshapen teeth Uneven tooth size Porcelain veneers let you improve your smile quickly, in as little as two to three dental appointments. The minimally invasive application of porcelain… [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]


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