A Huge Step Toward Your Ideal Smile



The list of concerns patients can have about their smile can be endless. Any situation where things simply do not feel perfectly situated is magnified due to the nature of our mouths. But these nagging issues can add up to a whole smile that just falls a little flat.


But there is a way to address many problems simultaneously using the tried-and-true method of veneers. These are ceramic caps that replace or reinforce our natural enamel, and they can make a huge change! Today, your Columbia, TN dentist outlines the history of porcelain veneers, and how they may be a great solution for your smile!


Finding A Strong Reinforcement

The birth of porcelain veneers started in Southern California in 1929. During the Golden Age of Hollywood, a Los Angeles dentist named Dr. Charles Pincus was hired to create a special effect prosthetic set of false fronts. These were never built for long-term use, but worked particularly well as a visual effect.


In the 1950s, etching as a process developed, allowing for the permanent attachment of prosthetics to enamel. This is an acidic wash that makes the surface rough and uneven. Cement connects well in these locations.


In the 1980s, the technology really took hold, and today, ceramic enamel enhancement is everywhere you look. Either for cosmetic purposes or to restore a broken, chipped, or cracked tooth, this could be a fantastic solution for you!


Versatility And Grace

One of the best advantages of porcelain veneers as a dental improvement procedure is the custom nature of its design. Our skilled ceramicists craft your new smile and can place emphasis on concerns you might have.


This means that there is a broad amount of flexibility in addressing current concerns. If you wish to improve your alignment, speak with your trained oral health professional about this, as small adjustments to the scale and orientation of your new prosthetic caps can improve your smile dramatically.


We achieve this any additional surgery or trauma to the structures beneath your gumline. This makes recovery localized then to the external surface of the teeth, allowing for a quick turnaround time. Start your plan today!



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