If you have crooked or badly stained teeth, porcelain dental veneers can improve your smile by reshaping and whitening your teeth. Learn more.
It's a New Year, why not start it off with a new smile!? Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you - whether in person or on Zoom - and if you're not happy with your smile, Porcelain Veneers may be a great option for you. Veneers are made of a [...]
Do Veneers Need to Be Replaced? Porcelain veneers will last 12 to 25 years, depending on your level of care and maintenance. This is longer than the lifespan of composite veneers. Avoiding hard food may prolong the life of your porcelain veneers and prevent structural damage. If you’re paying for a cosmetic dentistry procedure and [...]
Next Sunday, our NBC/WKYC "Golden Opportunities" segment features smile makeovers for the men in our practice. These makeovers, similar to the ones shown on the ABC show "Extreme Makeovers" by cosmetic dentist Bill Dorfman, include both simple and complex procedures, including Zoom teeth whitening, bonding, porcelain veneers and porcelain crowns. Most of the porcelain labwork [...]
On the evening of January 3rd, a postcard we sent out to new patients ended up on the "Jay Leno Show" in his segment "Headlines." (We were alerted the following day by our patient, author Rosa Raskin). This marketing piece, believe it or not, was making its second appearance on his show, as it was [...]
A patient recently asked me how they could see a television segment they had missed that we had done on Golden Opportunities on WKYC on the very thin porcelain veneers (.3 - .5 mm thick), similar to Lumineers. I directed them to the YouTube channel where most of the segments are archived. The other option [...]
We recently gave a class to about 25 Cleveland dentists and dental assistants at the Dental Ceramics laboratory and training center in Richfield. The course centered on the use of the Cadent Itero digital impression system. It really is state of the art and is quickly becoming the standard of care in dentistry when taking [...]
After doing a WKYC Channel 3/Golden Opportunities segment on veneers, I had a lot of questions about the strength of the new porcelain veneers we are using. Our primary material, in both veneers and crowns, is called EMax, developed by the Ivoclar company (their USA headquarters are in Buffalo, New York, which I visited last [...]