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Porcelain Veneers to Correct Gaps in Your Smile

General Dentist and Cosmetic Dental Services in Edmonton, Alberta

Posted: March 19, 2012

At Focus on Smiles, Edmonton dentist, Dr. Christine Fialka-Eshenko can use porcelain veneers to solve a number of aesthetic imperfections. One of the most common uses for porcelain veneers is gap correction. The two types of porcelain veneers offered at our Edmonton, Alberta office provide Dr. Fialka-Eshenko ultimate control over your final aesthetic results. Each veneer is sized and shaped to correct problems such as gapped teeth while blending seamlessly into your natural smile.

What Porcelain Veneers AddressPorcelain veneers can certainly be used for gap correction, but offer several other benefits as well. Porcelain veneers are often used to correct aesthetic issues including:

  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Irregularly sized or shaped teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Severely discolored teeth

If you are unhappy with several aspects of your smile, Dr. Fialka-Eshenko may recommend adding porcelain veneers to a complete smile makeover. This is best determined by Dr. Fialka-Eshenko during your initial consultation. Listening closely to your desires and carefully assessing your needs, Dr. Fialka-Eshenko can help you determine if porcelain veneers are the best choice for your smile.

If you live in or around Edmonton, Alberta and would like to learn more about the benefits of porcelain veneers, please contact Focus on Smiles to schedule an initial consultation today.

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