Category Archives: Porcelain Veneers

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]


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]


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