Porcelain Veneers Dentistry-Make Your Smile Shine Evenly Without Chips and Cracks by Getting Dental Veneers

What are Porcelain Dental Veneers?

Are you looking for a way to improve your smile?

Porcelain veneers are the perfect solution. They’re thin, custom-made shells that cover the front surface of your teeth and they can be made in any color or shape imaginable. You’ll get a beautiful new smile without changing anything about your natural tooth structure. And because porcelain is more stain-resistant than natural teeth, you don’t have to worry about it getting dull over time. Click here to learn more about the use of porcelain in dentistry, or keep reading on to learn more about veneers.

Dean Street Dental offers porcelain veneers that will give you the smile of your dreams! We offer free consultations so come see us today and find out if this is right for you!

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how a dental veneer connects to the tooth

Porcelain Dental Veneers

“Dental porcelain veneers are built of porcelain that is bonded into your teeth to offer you a stunning smile”. This procedure can be used to alter the size, shape and color of your teeth. They provide a subtle, natural appearance with exceptionally long lasting results. These porcelain veneers can also cover up dents, chips and grooves.

Once porcelain veneers have been set into your teeth, they will feel like natural dental enamel because porcelain has the same consistency as tooth tissue. The porcelain veneers are designed to provide you with a stunning smile that will last for years throughout all of your life changes.

Where porcelain veneers are made of porcelain that is bonded to your teeth, porcelain crowns and dental bridges are porcelain restorations that are fused to your natural tooth.

If you enjoy laughing and smiling in front of friends or family members, a porcelain veneers can help because porcelain veneers are the best way to restore chipped, cracked teeth. If porcelain veneers are not used, you would be forced to live with a damaged smile for the rest of your life.

Before porcelain veneers can provide you with the stunning results that will make you proud of your smile all of the time, porcelain veneers require a lot of work to be done. The porcelain veneer procedure will begin with your initial appointment. During this appointment and all future porcelain veneers appointments, the porcelain veneers dentist will take an impression of your teeth.

What Types of Problems Do Veneers Fix?

Veneers can cover up many different dental problems. Veneers repair porcelain crowns, broken teeth, chips and cracks and even small spaces between your teeth to provide you with a stunning smile all of the time. This porcelain veneer treatment protects your natural tooth structure from further damage until it can be restored permanently by porcelain crowns or porcelain bridges.

Dental Veneer Procedure

Porcelain veneers may appear very solid but they are actually thin porcelain shells that can be placed over your teeth to improve the look and health of your smile. The porcelains in porcelain veneers will be able to withstand daily wear and tear, chewing as well as the pressure of biting.

Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers also come with many benefits because porcelain is such a strong material that it can last for years before porcelain veneers need to be re-cemented or replaced.

Another benefit associated with porcelains veneers is how porcelain veneer treatment is a long-lasting porcelain dental restoration. The porcelains that are used for porcelains veneers can be made to look very much like your natural teeth color providing you with a smile that will last for years.

With porcelains veneers, there is no chance that porcelain veneers will chip or crack because porcelains veneers are created using porcelains that are thin and bonded into your teeth.

Porcelains veneer treatment can improve the appearance of your smile by covering up stains, chips, cracks and gaps between your teeth. Porcelain dental veneers can mimic the appearance of porcelains natural porcelain teeth and porcelain veneer treatment is very simple to complete.

Risks of Dental Veneers

The porcelain veneer procedure is a very simple porcelain dental restoration that offers you many benefits. Porcelain veneers not only provide you with the benefit of a stunning smile, porcelains veneers can repair teeth that are damaged and enhance your natural tooth color at the same time.

However porcelains veneers do come with their porcelains veneer risks because they are made of a porcelain material. Porcelain has the drawbacks of being veneers that can chip and crack if you are not careful. This is unlikely though and easily fixable in the event that it does happen.

Lifespan of Dental Veneers

Once porcelain veneers are bonded to your natural teeth, porcelain veneers will last you for years. Porcelains veneers have the ability to withstand daily wear and tear without porcelain cracking or chipping away at your natural tooth structure. This means that porcelains veneers can last for many years before porcelain replacement is needed and porcelains veneers are a very durable dental restoration.

Aftercare of Dental Veneers

The porcelain veneers aftercare instructions are easy to follow, the dentist at Dean Street Dental will show you how carefully your veneers must be cleaned and make sure that they do not come into contact with any type of specific acids. The overall aftercare is easy to follow.

Dental Veneer Alternatives

Dental porcelain veneers are one of the most popular cosmetic dental procedures today. Many people enjoy the aesthetic benefits that porcelain veneers offer, such as a more uniform shade and length to teeth. But what if you don’t have enough time or budget for porcelain veneers? Fortunately, porcelain veneer equivalents and alternatives are available.

One porcelain veneer alternative is cosmetic bonding. Dental bonding involves the application of porcelain to natural or existing teeth. Like porcelain veneers, porcelain dental bonding can change the color, length and shape of your teeth. The dental bond can be formed by a single layer of porcelain over the tooth or multiple layers for a more dramatic look.

Dental bonding is a fast procedure with few restrictions on activities after the treatment. Just like porcelain veneers, porcelain dental bonding can be sensitive to light during its first week of wear. However, porcelain dental bonding will not require additional time for shaping or reshaping as porcelain veneers do. Cosmetic bonding is also very durable and can last for many years with regular oral hygiene care.

Lastly porcelain dental bonding has a variety of porcelain shades to choose form, so you’ll be sure to find one that best suits your taste. The porcelain color can also be customized to match your natural teeth shade. Dental bonding porcelains are also time-tested and proven to stand the test of time.

Another porcelain veneer alternative is porcelain laminates. Laminates are made up of porcelain fused to a metal base, which gives them strength for durability without the porcelain veneer sensitivity to light. Laminates are porcelains that have been fused with metal, which makes them strong and resistant to chipping or cracking. These porcelain laminates can be used for porcelain veneers or even non-cosmetic porcelains for functional purposes.

Why choose Dr. Isbrandt for your cosmetic dentistry needs

  1. Dental care that is affordable and effective
  2. Dr. John Isbrandt will take the time to understand your needs, which makes him a compassionate dentist who cares about his patients’ overall dental health
  3. Helps you keep your teeth strong with preventative measures
  4. Offers a variety of services

How to Book an Appointment With Our Office?

Looking to schedule an appointment with us? Give us a call at (630) 446-2134 or visit our online scheduler here. We ask all prospective patients to review treatments offered before scheduling so as to make informed choices about their service needs in advance! Of course, we will guide you with your options. You can take a look at what those service options are via this link.

Our Dentist’s Experience and Qualifications

Dr. Isbrandt graduated from North Central College in Naperville, IL with a B.A degree in Biology before going on to the University of Illinois at Chicago and receiving his DDS degree. Dr. Isbrandt is a dentist with training in orthodontics, implantology and endodontics.

Dr. Isbrandt is an accomplished dentist who does his best work when working directly with patients so they feel comfortable enough to share their concerns about any potential issues while at the same time feeling motivated by treatment plans suited just for them which will make them.

The Costs of the Procedure, Including Financial Assistance Information

One way to finance this type of dental work is through our CareCredit in-house financing plan. They offer financing for more than 150 medical procedures with no down payment, which can be a big help if you’re not able to pay upfront. You’ll also have 60 months to repay your balance—that’s 5 years! What are you waiting for? Apply today and get started on your dental journey!

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Do you want a beautiful smile? If so, then we have the perfect solution for you.

Porcelain veneers are the perfect solution for people who have stained teeth, gaps between their teeth, or other dental imperfections. They’re thin and custom-made to fit your mouth perfectly. You can also get porcelain veneers if you’ve lost some of your tooth enamel due to gum disease or injury. Dean Street Dental offers porcelain veneers that will give you a natural looking smile that lasts for years!

We offer free consultations so we can help you find the best solution for your needs and budget. Call us today at (630) 446-2134 or schedule online here. Our friendly staff is waiting to answer all of your questions about porcelain veneers and how they work!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Porcelain Veneers

Some porcelain veneer pros are veneers can repair teeth that are damaged and porcelain veneers also enhance your natural tooth color at the same time; However some cons include that porcelain veneers take time to get used to and porcelains can be more sensitive than bonding.

The porcelain veneers procedure will take approximately 2 hours to complete. The porcelain veneers procedure will start with an examination of your teeth and gums, removal of the bacteria in the areas where porcelain veneers are to be placed, shaping of the teeth by removing small amounts of tooth structure if necessary; then porcelain veneers are cemented into place and porcelain veneers will be shaped and polished.

Generally porcelain veneers can help you to achieve a beautiful smile; porcelains will conceal damaged teeth and enhance your natural tooth color. The porcelains will be taken from the thickness of one porcelain layer up to 3 layers, depending on how much porcelain is needed to cover your teeth.

Dental porcelain veneers cost can range from $500 to $5000 depending on porcelain color and thickness. Consult with your dentist to determine the severity of your case and to develop a treatment plan. Most trustworthy dentists will propose the treatment plan cost before pushing you towards getting the treatment.

Porcelains veneer life depends on the porcelains condition, how well you care for your porcelains and whether the porcelain has been exposed to extreme pressure (chewing). Due to porcelains porosity, porcelain veneers are not as strong as porcelain laminates, so porcelains may crack or chip if they are damaged. Porcelain laminates can last up to 10 years with proper care and maintenance. In addition porcelains porosity makes porcelains more sensitive to stains and porcelain discoloration is more common than porcelain laminates.

Porcelain porosity also makes porcelains more sensitive to stains and porcelain discoloration is more common than porcelain laminates.

Dental porcelains veneers will require special care and maintenance during the period of their service life. To keep your porcelains looking great we recommend you brush twice a day with a soft bristle toothbrush and a porcelain specific toothpaste. Brush porcelains gently to avoid porcelain discoloration that may result from too much rubbing. Porcelains should also be cleaned after each meal during their lifetime.

There are many non invasive alternatives to porcelain veneers some of which are more effective than others. Some options may be detrimental to your teeth and not provide the best outcomes whereas other products will have a permanent solution. Thus, it is important for you to first consult with your dentist before choosing and proceeding with any procedure.

Yes, insurance may cover porcelain veneers. It’s possible that your dental insurance will at least partially cover the cost of veneer treatment. It is important to contact your individual dentistry plan or the one for your spouse’s employer to find out if you have complete coverage for all procedures and products like porcelain veneers. Sometimes, it can be more expensive than anticipated, so research in advance before taking preventative measures for our teeth health!

The porcelain used in these materials is highly durable so repeated biting forces do not cause stress fractures. To sum up, the advantages of porcelains include their resistance to wear, toughness, and ability to contour closely to all tooth shapes whether it be the curvature of a premolar or maxillary molar due its flexible nature.

Porcelain veneers can easily get stains on them. They have to be cared for in the same ways a natural tooth does (if they are not treated with any type of polish), such as avoiding anything acidic or hard like foods or drinks which will cause staining, brushing twice a day and flossing once a day. The porcelain is sensitive material so you should only use toothpaste that has sensitivity in it and always brush side to side (to avoid scratching). Lastly, mouthwash is okay after meals but make sure you keep alcohol content at 0% because it will dilute the enamel sealant over time.

Yes. Veneers can be whitened with a weekly brush down with peroxide paste to remove plaque and make them look whiter.

But they cannot be whitened as drastically as your natural teeth might be because of the potential for damage to the tooth structure if not done carefully. This is why it’s important to get a consultation from us before any dental procedure, so we can help determine what will work best for you and your smile.

A porcelain veneer is simply replacing tooth surface coated with composite resin for cosmetic purposes or for restoring teeth that have broken down from heavy decay, trauma, or grinding habits. Porcelain veneers are totally reversible by placing more composite on top of it to eat away at the thin shell until the underlying tooth structure is exposed again, then polish and seal everything up! The final result will be back to normal.

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Meet Dr. John M. Isbrandt, DDS

Dr. Isbrandt has been providing restorative and cosmetic dentistry for thousands of patients in the St. Charles area, which is evident from his dental clinic’s mission statement: “We strive to establish long-lasting relationships, driven by trust and comfort, to help our patients reach and maintain optimal dental health for life.” 

Dr. Isbrandt and Dean Street Dental are considered the best dentist and dental clinic, respectively, in the St. Charles area.

 

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