Andrew Jung DDS
General and Cosmetic Dentistry
(562) 595-4147

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Porcelain Veneers

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Patient education is one of the important services we provide at the office of Andrew R. Jung, DDS. There's a lot to know about keeping your smile healthy and beautiful, so we don't expect you to be an expert. That is why we encourage you to ask questions whenever anything is not clear. When we know what your concerns are, we can provide you with thoughtful answers to help you make important decisions about your dental care.

There are certain questions we're asked all the time, and we've shared some of them here. But there's a lot to know about your dental care, and your question may not be answered. Please feel free to call our office at (562) 424-0777, or, if you prefer, fill out our convenient online form and let us know what's on your mind.

 

Porcelain Veneers

The great thing about modern dentistry is that there is often more than one solution for a problem. This gives us the flexibility to offer treatments that are exactly right for you in every way.

The best place to start is with a commitment-free consultation at our Long Beach dental office. We will spend some time chatting with you to understand your concerns and how you want us to help. If you are unsure about the direction of your treatment, we will recommend all suitable options and help you decide which works for you.

Improving the appearance of teeth with braces is certainly an option, but it’s not your only option. Our patients love porcelain veneers because they do a great job of concealing a variety of cosmetic dental flaws. In addition to mild tooth misalignment, porcelain veneers can be used to conceal flaws like chips, cracks, and severe discoloration. Veneers can be placed on a single tooth or multiple teeth. They’re versatile and look so natural that actors, actresses, and models have used them for years.

With so many possibilities for correcting esthetic dental problems, you really don’t need to live with a smile you don’t love. Please call our Long Beach, CA dental office to learn more!

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