Porcelain vs Composite Veneers
The type of material used for dental veneers can have a serious impact on their look and lifespan. We’ve put together a comparison so you can make an informed decision about the best type of dental veneer for you.
Flossing prevents gingivitis, or gum disease, by preventing the build-up of plaque on and between your teeth. The long term effects of allowing bacteria to grow are serious and can range from cavities to gum disease and eventually lost teeth and bone loss.
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Veneers can easily improve your smile, but not everyone is a good candidate for dental veneers. Learn who qualifies for this dental procedure.