Cosmetic Dentistry

Have you a defect in your teeth as a malformed bite or crooked teeth? Would like treat an injury, or just improve their overall appearance?

Smile Dental Care know it your reasons and recommend you our treatment of Cosmetic Dentistry which will improve your smile significantly.

Dental Veneers


Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of porcelain used to recreate the natural look of teeth, while also providing strength and resilience comparable to natural tooth enamel. It is often the material of choice for those looking to make slight position alterations, or to change tooth shape, size, and/or color. — (American Academy of Cosmetic dentistry)

The Benefits Of Veneers

Since veneers are individually sculpted for each patient, it is nearly impossible to tell the difference between a veneer and a natural tooth. Unlike natural teeth, custom-made veneers resist coffee and tea stains, and cigarette smoke because they are made of high-tech materials.

With veneers — as opposed to crowns — your natural teeth remain largely intact with only a minimal amount being altered to fit the veneer.

For teeth that resist whitening, veneers can make even the darkest teeth appear bright white.

Dentists may also recommend veneers to quickly fix minor twists, overlaps, and small gaps.

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Veneers Today

Over the past 30 years, developing dental technology has made veneers more lifelike and convenient than ever before. New types of porcelain are stronger and reflect light similarly to natural dental enamel. Digital imaging systems enable many dentists to create same-day restorations that are a near-perfect match to the natural shape and color of patients’ teeth. Additionally, other advanced dental treatments such as teeth whitening and dental crowns can be combined with veneers to provide patients with comprehensive cosmetic results and truly stunning smiles. — (Bruce Wilderman, DDS / Nathaniel Podilsky, DMD).

Because veneers are considered a cosmetic procedure, insurance typically does not cover this treatment. However, there are some occasions when a health care plan will cover at least part of the cost. For example, if a patient has had a filling or a similar restorative procedure, insurance may provide some coverage, as it falls under the label of “post-procedural care.” A patient will be more likely to receive help from an insurance company if his or her dentist submits a preauthorization, along with photographs, x-rays, and a narrative, explaining how veneers will improve dental health and quality of life. A patient may also qualify for insurance coverage if he or she wants to replace an old, deteriorating veneer.