Porcelain Veneers in Fort Wayne, IN - Stained Teeth Solution - Fix Broken & Chipped Teeth
Dental veneers are a thin shell of porcelain or composite
material placed over the front surface of teeth in order to improve their
appearance. They can correct misalignment, gaps between teeth, worn enamel,
discolorations and chips, and the end result is a dramatic improvement.
Dr. Berger and Dr. Robison in Fort Wayne offer porcelain
veneers as just one of many procedures to restore the look and function of
teeth. No matter how severe your tooth problems might be, they can find the
best solution. Contact the office in Fort Wayne today to schedule an
What Can Veneers
do For You?
Veneers provide both aesthetic improvement as well as
protection for the surface of damaged teeth. Besides looking great, they can
also prevent the need for more extensive treatment down the road. They are
highly durable and require less preparation of the tooth compared to crowns.
Porcelain veneers are a dramatic solution for many
unsightly tooth problems. For example, tooth enamel can become worn over time
through natural use, genetic predisposition, or the consumption of too many
soft drinks, coffee or tea. When enamel becomes thin, teeth are more
susceptible to decay and the color of teeth can become a darker shade of yellow
Some wear and tear occurs over time from regular use, and
it is common for teeth to develop chips or cracks. Also, some people develop
gaps between teeth that widen as they age. Habitual tooth grinding can cause uneven
wear as well. Veneers provide a solution for all of these problems, restoring
the shape and size of teeth, protecting the surface, and closing gaps.
Another benefit of using porcelain is that it mimics the
appearance of natural tooth material effectively. It has a similar color and a
slight translucency, and it can easily be matched to the color of surrounding
Are You Considering
Porcelain veneers are an option that must be weight
carefully, and Dr. Berger and Dr. Robison will discuss the matter with each
individual patient. Because some tooth material is removed in order to make
room for the veneers, the process is not reversible. There are alternatives to
porcelain veneers, such as composite bonding, that can be undone later on, so
all options will be considered.
In the end, Dr. Berger and Dr. Robison will work with
their patients to determine whether or not veneers are the best solution for correcting
their individual tooth problems. They are committed to meeting the needs of
each patient, so feel free to contact the office in Fort Wayne today with any
questions or concerns.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment with
Dr. Berger or Dr. Robison in Fort Wayne, contact us today!