Did you know we have an incredibly thin restoration that can completely change the appearance of your smile in as little as two visits? In today’s blog, we would like to take a look at veneers, which can help you transform your smile in 2018.


First, we need to prepare the tooth receiving a veneer. We remove a thin layer of enamel to make room for the restoration. The team will take a detailed impression of the tooth, which will be used at a dental lab. There, an expert ceramist will create the restoration. Once complete, you will return to the office for a second visit. We will check the fit and make any last-minute adjustments before we place the completed veneer using a powerful bonding agent.

Lifelike Materials

We use porcelain to create them for a number of reasons. First, the material can be shaded to match your smile and ensure a natural looking restoration. In addition, porcelain is strong and stain-resistant, which enables the completed veneer to last for decades and help you maintain a beautiful smile.

Addressing an Array of Esthetic Concerns

We can use them to treat a number of different cosmetic concerns. For example, we can lengthen worn down teeth, repair minor chips, and reshape malformed or damaged teeth. We can also close gaps between the teeth and correct the appearance of misalignment. We can also mask the appearance of permanent teeth stains, which might not otherwise respond to traditional teeth whitening methods. If you have any questions or concerns about repairing your smile, or if you think veneers will help you enjoy a more natural looking appearance, then please contact out office today.

Would You Like to Try Veneers?

At Brighton Family Dental Group, we provide our patients with natural looking cosmetic treatment options. You can schedule an appointment or consultation with Dr. Thomas Villani or Dr. Richard Kondrat by reaching out to our office at (617) 562-5210. We are proud to offer a range of dental services to patients from Brighton, Watertown, Cambridge, Brookline, Newton, and all neighboring communities.