The 411 on Porcelain Veneers [Infographic]

When people say they wish they looked like a celebrity, chances are what they’re envisioning in their mind is that person’s smile. They might not even realize that’s what they’re focusing on, but it’s a person’s teeth and smile that draw you in – and, for a great deal of celebs, those smiles they’re flashing were built with super-strong, beautiful porcelain veneers.

The infographic below, created by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, offers a breakdown of all the numbers surrounding porcelain veneers, from how long it takes to get them to how long they last. A popular alternative to porcelain veneers are Cerinate Lumineers, which offer a less-invasive way to get the smile makeover you want.

Contact Philadelphia Dentistry to schedule your consultation with Dr. Ken Cirka to learn about the smile makeover that’s right for you, from porcelain veneers to Cerinate Lumineers.

3 thoughts on “The 411 on Porcelain Veneers [Infographic]”

  1. This is great information about dental veneers! I have been strongly considering getting veneers because I have a very noticeable chip in one of my front teeth. I’ll have to visit a dentist to see if that’s an option for me.

  2. This infographic on veneers is really helpful. For a while now, I have been thinking about getting some work done on my teeth to make them look nicer, so veneers have always been something I have considered. However, I wasn’t really sure what to expect from them, such as how long they last and how to take care of them. It sounds like the best thing to do is just have good hygiene and be careful of what toothpaste I use. Thanks for the great post!

  3. I appreciated your tips on avoiding abrasive toothpastes for your dental veneers, any advice on specific brands to avoid? I also liked your advice on avoiding nail biting. I bite my nails out of habit, if i end up getting veneers I’ll have to learn to kick that habit!

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