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Dental Veneers in Jersey City

At A V Dental, we take pride in offering a broad range of services in a comfortable environment. Dental veneers are one of the cosmetic procedures we offer. They can give you a smile you’ve always wanted.

What Are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are a thin layer of resin or porcelain that is overlaid over one or more of your teeth to improve your smile. Veneers are dyed to match the color of your natural teeth. They blend in naturally with the rest of your smile. Veneers can cover up stains, erase signs of tooth damage, and even repair slightly crooked teeth.

Types of Dental Veneers

Composite veneers are made of resin and can be applied directly or indirectly to teeth. In a direct application, the dentist paints layers of resin directly onto the patient's teeth, matching their shape and contour. Indirect composite veneers are shaped before application based on impressions of the patient's teeth. In both cases, the dentist may shape the teeth before bonding the veneers. Composite veneers match the natural color of the teeth and look natural but can wear out more quickly than porcelain veneers.

Porcelain veneers are thin layers of porcelain sculpted to fit over teeth. The dentist shaves off a thin layer of tooth and bonds the veneer to the surface beneath. Porcelain veneers last longer than composite veneers, about 15 years, and are more resistant to stains and chipping.

Dental Veneers in Jersey City NJ - AV Dental

Are Dental Veneers Right for You?

Dental veneers aren't right for everyone. Some teeth may be too crooked or too damaged for veneers to be the best solution. However, veneers can be great for patients with the following types of issues:

  • Chipped teeth
  • Teeth that are severely stained or discolored
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Slightly crooked teeth
  • Teeth that are brittle and thin
  • Teeth that are uneven

If you're interested in learning more about dental veneers, schedule an appointment today. Our skilled team is ready to brighten up your smile.