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HK residents ask, “What are the advantages of dental veneers as a cosmetic dental service?”

Dental Veneers cosmetic Services from dentist in HK

If you have a tooth that is cracked, discoloured, or misshapen you may be considering cosmetic dental work. Many patients are thrilled to find out that dental veneers can cover several cosmetic imperfections with a single treatment. Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain that are bonded to the teeth to improve the appearance of your smile.

Porcelain dental veneers have several advantages, including:

  • Dental veneers are thin and require less shaping of the tooth and surrounding teeth than crowns and bridges. This keeps the surrounding teeth intact and stronger, and decreases the potential for future problems.
  • Patients’ gums usually tolerate porcelain well and the veneers are comfortable.
  • The veneers are created uniquely for each patient; therefore, they are an exact match of the patient’s tooth shade.
  • Porcelain veneers are strong and easy to care for. Although they are thin, once they are bonded to the teeth, they function just like the natural teeth. Porcelain veneers are a great option to improve the appearance of your smile. They don’t require special care, only following established oral care practices like brushing and flossing. If you avoid habits that can be damaging even to natural teeth, like grinding, chewing, or biting hard objects, or smoking, veneers can last for more than 10 years.
  • Your smile will be completely natural and unique and no one will be able to distinguish your veneers from your natural teeth.

Are you ready to get the smile you want and deserve? Call the office of Dr. Titania Tong to schedule a consultation. First, she will examine your mouth and have an honest conversation with you about the results you’re hoping to achieve. Dr. Tong provides a wide variety of cosmetic dental services and is committed to ensuring that every patient is treated with kindness and respect while receiving treatment.

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