Veneers Specialist

Lisa M. Lynch DDS Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

General Dentist & Cosmetic Dentist located in Bergen County, Midland Park, NJ

If your teeth could use a makeover, consider porcelain veneers. The team at Lisa M. Lynch DDS Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in Midland Park, New Jersey, offers this cosmetic dental procedure that helps restore their patients’ smiles. For a sparkling smile that improves the shape, size, and/or color of your teeth, call Dr. Lynch and her team or book a consultation online today.

Veneers Q & A

What are veneers?

Veneers are thin porcelain overlays that Dr. Lynch permanently affixes to the front of your existing teeth. They create a whiter, more uniform smile with a strength and resilience that’s comparable to your natural teeth. Veneers are customized to complement your mouth and skin tone.

Veneers offer a permanent solution for a variety of smile imperfections, and one that you won’t regret if you want a straight, white smile.

What imperfections can veneers improve?

Dr. Lynch uses veneers to address the following cosmetic problems:

  • Gaps between the teeth
  • Discolored teeth that don’t respond to whitening
  • Small misalignments
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Fractured, chipped, or cracked teeth

Veneers can make drastic improvements to your smile without the invasiveness of braces or multiple crowns.

How are veneers placed?

If Dr. Lynch determines that veneers are right for you, you’ll schedule separate appointments for veneer placement.

At the first appointment, Dr. Lynch identifies the correct shade for your veneers and gently files down a very small amount of your existing tooth enamel. She usually removes less than a millimeter of your existing enamel to allow the veneers to look and feel natural once placed.

She then takes an impression of your teeth and sends it to a laboratory to produce your custom veneers. In the meantime, she fits you with a temporary veneer that you wear until your veneers are ready.

At the second appointment, she seals your permanent, custom veneers into place. She also checks that they fit properly and ensures you have the smile you desire.

How do I care for veneers?

You care for your veneers the same way you care for your natural teeth. Optimal oral hygiene includes twice-daily brushing, daily flossing, and regular professional cleanings. Dr. Lynch may also recommend a special toothpaste that’s less abrasive. Veneers don’t last forever, even with good care, but you can preserve them for as long as possible with good oral hygiene habits.

If you’re unsatisfied with your smile due to the shape, color, or condition of your teeth, consider porcelain veneers for a dramatic, effective fix. Call the office or book an appointment online to learn more today.

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