Porcelain Dental Veneers

Chicago Family Dentists

Porcelain dental veneers are a type of cosmetic dental solution. Veneers are thin, durable, tooth-colored “shells.” After being custom-fabricated, they are bonded onto the front of your tooth by our Hyde Park dental team. Veneers look natural and beautiful for an immediate improvement in the appearance of your smile.

Veneers may be ideal if your teeth are healthy, but stained, gapped, crooked, or chipped. Porcelain veneers can make teeth look:

  • Straighter
  • More even
  • Whiter
  • Intact

Porcelain veneers can last for years with proper care. Continue brushing, flossing, and scheduling regular professional cleanings and exams.

Contact Smile Design Studio of Hyde Park for a consultation to see if porcelain veneers are right for your smile.

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