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Customized Porcelain Veneers
in Philadelphia, PA

Do you admire celebs because of their gorgeous, flawless teeth? Do you covet someone's white teeth or perfectly imperfect smile?

You can make your dream smile a reality with our Philadelphia customized porcelain veneers from Dentistry for Life, created by dentists and smile artists Dr. Kimmie Patel and Dr. Kunal Parikh.

The Many Ways to Customize Porcelain Veneers

The biggest thing porcelain veneer patients worry about is ending up with a smile that looks fake. When you are in the hands of experienced smile makeover artists like Drs. Patel and Parikh, you are guaranteed a customized smile that looks natural.

People will think you were born lucky - but you will know you chose the right Philadelphia cosmetic dentists to give you a smile makeover.

Veneers are not one-size-fits-all, and that's what makes them an excellent smile upgrade. Together with your dentist, you design the veneers that are uniquely yours in all ways. The details are sent to the dental lab which will carefully develop your unique porcelain shields so they can be permanently bonded to the front of your teeth.

porcelain veneers patient model sitting in a dental chair smiling

As you consider cosmetic dentists in your journey to a smile makeover, keep in mind that you want the kind of professional who will present you with all your options, and challenge your thinking about your veneer choices when they may not be a wise selection. The veneer design process is a collaboration with your Philadelphia cosmetic dentist.

If you're interested in achieving your ideal smile with customized porcelain veneers Philadelphia cosmetic dentists at Dentistry for Life can answer any questions you have and address any concerns during an initial consultation. Call us today to schedule, and start on your path your new smile!

The Characteristics of Customized Porcelain Veneers

Just like diamonds have their own cut, color, and clarity, porcelain veneers are just as unique. It's important to carefully think over each characteristic and take your time when looking at sample veneers. This isn't a decision to be rushed but one to sleep on, so you are comfortable and confident about every choice.

  • Color: You want your teeth to be white, of course, but you don't want them to be whiter than the whites of your eyes. That is the fast track to an unnatural look. The best teeth are not super-white, but they're the right kind of white for that particular wearer. An experienced cosmetic dentist guides you in settling on the most flattering color of veneers, so they complement your skin tone and look natural.
  • Translucency: Natural teeth reflect light, and good veneers do the same. The translucency of the porcelain is a critical component of every veneer - it's what allows light to pass through the veneer and make them look natural. The translucency of your teeth is also affected by the color of your teeth under the veneers. If your enamel is yellowish, the way that hue blends with the white of the porcelain must be considered so the final look of the veneers is well-balanced.
  • Size and Shape: You don't want your veneers to all be the same size or shape - they should each be separately crafted so they look like natural teeth and not cookie-cutter versions of each other. Veneers shaped with rounder edges are considered more feminine and soft, while square, flat teeth are considered more masculine. What you want for your smile will be different than what another patient wants for their smile, and that's the way it should be. Whether young or mature, the style of your porcelain veneers are completely customized in width, depth, and length for a proportional look.

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Our office is located at 1601 Walnut Street #1217 in Philadelphia. We offer appointments seven days a week to make dental care convenient for you and your schedule:

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