March 18, 2014
Your smile speaks volumes about who you are and how you feel, conveying a sense of health, happiness, confidence, and charm. If your teeth are less than perfect, however, you may feel hesitant to share your true smile with the people who matter most. At Torbram Dental in Brampton, Ontario, CA, Dr. Vince Fava and Dr. Summer Al Maqdassy help patients just like you achieve the beautiful, flawless smile they want and deserve with cosmetic dentistry solutions like porcelain veneers.
Are Porcelain Veneers Right for Me?
A one-on-one consultation with our skilled dental professionals will help determine if porcelain veneers are the right cosmetic option for your particular case. Also called dental veneers, these ultra-thin sheaths of durable porcelain effectively correct a number of common dental blemishes, including the following:
- Chips and cracks in enamel
- Deep-set stains and yellowing that are resistant to traditional whitening treatments
- Uneven spacing between teeth
- Unsightly gaps
- Misalignment and moderate crowding
- Teeth that are too large or too small relative to surrounding teeth
- Misshapen teeth
If our doctors find that porcelain veneers are a good fit for your unique situation, we’ll move forward with the process. A minimal amount of surface enamel will be gently removed from your teeth in order to make room for your veneers. An impression will then be taken in order to achieve a natural, comfortable fit. Within as little as two visits to our office, you’ll enjoy a brand new smile that looks and feels completely flawless, allowing you to smile once again with utter confidence.
Schedule Your Consultation Today!
If you’ve spent far too long hiding your smile from others because you’re concerned about the appearance of your teeth, contact our office in Brampton, Ontario today and schedule your appointment. Our doctors also happily welcome patients from nearby communities in Georgetown, Woodbridge, Mississauga, and beyond. We look forward to giving you the bright, beautiful smile you deserve!
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