San Ramon Cosmetic Dentistry Blog | Sean Michael Anderson, D.D.S.

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Monday, September 27, 2010

How white can your teeth be with Porcelain Veneers?

There is a wide range of how white porcelain veneers can be made. The color a patient and dentist decide upon is dependent upon the specific esthetic goals that the patient wants to achieve. They can be made white as snow or made to match existing natural teeth color in the event that one or two veneers are being fabricated. Before deciding on the color of your restorations, it is important to have an in-depth consultation with the treating clinician. You should discuss your individual goals thoroughly. You should review photos and completed cases that the dentist has on file and take into consideration size, shape and texture of the veneers as these will all effect the final color of your new smile. Lastly, the color of your veneers is certainly important but only one component in the process of insuring your case ends with an exceptional result.

posted by Erica at 7:11 AM


Sean Michael Anderson, D.D.S
Neuromuscular & Aesthetic Cosmetic Dentistry

1501 Bollinger Canyon Road Suite G
San Ramon, CA 94583

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