Veneer Toronto

Veneers: A New You!

Dental veneers are ideal cosmetic solutions for recreating the natural look of your teeth. Dr. Ebrahim Aminsalehi can easily implant a very thin layer of porcelain directly onto the surface of your teeth to change their shape, size, and symmetry in order to improve your appearance and boost your self-confidence. Our veneer services in Toronto office are free from any drilling, anesthesia, or ache and make your teeth look natural.

If you find yourself suffering from discoloured teeth, crooked teeth, or having gaps between teeth, a veneer is an ideal dental solution. We provide you with superior dental veneer in Toronto which we specially tailor to your teeth with great care.

Contact our Toronto dentistry office for a FREE COSMETIC CONSULTATION on 4162237557 and quote on how to obtain your veneers.

If you like to know more about our Toronto Veneer Service, Veneer Cost or FAQ on veneers, and also view our veneer gallery, we highly recommend to keep on reading this page.

Pearl Dental Group offers Veneers Service in Toronto, North York, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, York and Scarborough.

Ceramic Laminate Veneer For Patient No. 1

This patient did ceramic laminate veneer on her teeth. Both upper jaw and lower jaw are ceramic veneers.

Ceramic Veneers and Crowns Patient No. 2

Old crowns have been changed with new ones and placing ceramic laminates on other teeth

Ceramic Laminate For Toronto Veneer Patient No. 3

Creating perfect smile by leveling gum position , changing old crowns and placing ceramic laminate veneer

Ceramic Laminate For Veneers Toronto Patient No.4

Closing gap, up righting teeth ,making teeth lighter by ceramic laminate veneer

Ceramic Laminate Veneers For our Toronto Patient No. 5

Ceramic laminate veneers and fix discoloration was done for this patient. The shape and size were also fixed.

Closing Gap With Ceramic Laminate Veneers Patient No.6

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Patient wants closing gap ,properly align teeth along with color corection (treated with ceramic laminate veneers)

Your entire family deserves a healthy smile! Call our Toronto Dentist Office now to schedule an appointment for you and your children. Pearl Dental Group Toronto Dentistry

About Veneer

Veneer is a thin layer that bonds to outer surface of upper or lower front teeth. It’s amazing to know that was invented for filming purpose later become more useful in the dentistry world. Veneer, a 1928 invention by California dentist –Charla Pincus, is a wafer-thin, custom-made shell of tooth-colored materials. It was primarily invented to cover the front part of teeth to achieve diverse kinds of appearance temporarily. Nowadays, veneers are a permanent restoration and made to enhance an individual teeth appearance. It helps to enhance teeth color, size, and shape. We provide full veneer service in Toronto. For more information you can call our Toronto Dentist office 416-223-7557.

Issues that can be fixed by our Toronto Veneer Service!

Dental composite and porcelain are the material which are used to fabricate veneers. The composite veneer can either be built up by the dentist in the mouth or indirectly fabricated by a dental technician. After fabrication, it will then be bonded to patient teeth. Porcelain veneer is an indirect restoration and is fabricated in the lab and bonded to teeth by the dentist for cosmetic reason. Both types of veneers are quite relevant in fixing diverse kinds of dental issues. Veneers are a great to fix for the following dental issues. If you have any kind of the following issues, for free consultation on our Toronto Veneer Service, you can call 416-223-7557.

  • discolored teeth
  • worn down teeth
  • broken teeth
  • misaligned teeth
  • teeth with gaps

Investment on Veneers has lots of advantages. They are very conservative and noninvasive treatments. In many cases polishing tooth surfaces without preparation is enough or minimal preparation (0.3-0.5mm) is required. they are stain resistance, durable treatments and a good replacement for damaged enamel. Having white and regular teeth give you beautiful smile and increased your self-confidence. Despite the tremendous benefits this tooth treatment offers, it still has a major limitation –in some cases it’s impossible for a veneer to replace orthodontic treatment.

Irregular Teeth Correction With Composite Veneer For Toronto Patient

composite veneer for discolored teeth

Our Toronto patient with irregular and discolored teeth wanted to correct her smile by composite veneer

Whitening The Teeth Using Composite Veneers For Our Toronto Patient

Pearl Dental Group Composite Veneer Cases case 8

Making teeth whiter and longer by composite veneer (composite veneer is a material that covers outer surface of the teeth without preparation)

Closing Gap With Composite Veneers

composite veneer for discolored teeth

This patient wanted closing gap for her teeth which is done by composite veneers

Using Composite Veneers Instead of Orthodontic Treatment

composite veneer Toronto

When patient doesn’t want orthodontic treatment, sometimes composite veneers can be used.

procedures of our Toronto Veneer Service

Veneers are gotten through certain procedures. You can start by consulting our cosmetic dentistry in Toronto for an examination. After the dentist scans the entire teeth, will give the patient different options. the next step is to choose the best kind of veneer for each patient. Final step is applying the veneer on the required tooth. Below are full procedures for Veneer application on the human tooth.

  1. Diagnosis and treatment planning: Here, a patient explains the desired result to the dentist. Subsequently, an x-ray will be done to find out the true condition of patient teeth. Taking photographs would be the next step to analyses patient’s smile. This helps to determine the eligibility status of a patient.
  2. Preparation: Depend on the case no or minimum preparation is required.
  3. Bonding: Once stage one and two are passed, depends on kind of veneers the procedures would be different. For composite veneers, dentist will bond composite material directly on outer surface of teeth in one appointment. Ceramic veneers need two appointments in our Toronto Office. Taking impression and send it to the lab would be the first phase. When veneers made by the lab dentist temporarily place the veneer on the teeth to determine if it’s suitable or fits into a patient tooth structure. Subsequently, the amendment will be made, and a fix will be done. More information on veneer Toronto service is available by calling our dentistry Office on 416-223-7557.

1- Diagnosis and treatment planning

Here, a patient explains the desired result to the dentist. Subsequently, an x-ray will be done to find out the true condition of patient teeth. Taking photographs would be the next step to analyses patient’s smile. This helps to determine the eligibility status of a patient.

2- Preparation for the veneer procedures

Depend on the case no or minimum preparation is required.

3- Bonding the veneer on the teeth

Once stage one and two are passed, depends on kind of veneers the procedures would be different. For composite veneers dentist will bond composite material directly on outer surface of teeth in one appointment. Ceramic veneers need two appointments. Taking impression and send it to the lab would be the first phase. When veneers made by the lab dentist temporarily place the veneer on the teeth to determine if it’s suitable or fits into a patient tooth structure. Subsequently, the amendment will be made, and a fix will be done. More information on veneer Toronto service is available by calling our dentistry Office on 416-223-7557.

Ceramic Laminate Veneer For Upper And Lower Jaw

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ceramic veneer patient 1 side view
ceramic veneer patient 1 side view
ceramic veneer patient 1 side view
ceramic veneer patient 1 side view
ceramic veneer patient 1 side view

Dental Veneers FAQ

There is nothing so great as consulting the right expert for Veneer dental treatment in Toronto. Pearl Dental Group is a reputable cosmetic dental office to trust for Veneers and Crowns. Feel free to contact us here. Kindly check our question and answer the section for more information on Veneer.

How much does a veneer cost?

The cost for each composite veneer averages approximately $400 to $500. The cost for each porcelain veneer ranges on average from $1300 to $2000.It depends on the case. We have so many offers and discounts every month. Please contact Pearl Dental Group today for further details.

Do Veneers last forever?

Veneers don’t last forever. On average veneers last about 10 to 15 years, and as dental materials become stronger and more durable, they life span may increase significantly over the next several years. Pearl Dental Group uses the latest technology and the best material for your dental veneers that is long-lasting. If you care about your smile, material used on your teeth and the experience of the dentist, you should contact us today to set up your FREE CONSULTATION appointment.

Do veneers break easily?

If dental veneers done properly by a skillful dentist and well-maintained by the patient will last for a long time. Dr. Ebrahim Aminsalehi has over 25 years’ experience in Cosmetic Dentistry and have thought so many dentists in the university.

Do veneers hurt?

No, the procedure is painless and veneers don’t hurt.

Are veneers better than crowns?

To compare with the crown veneers are a more conservative treatment. They need no or minimal preparation. But in some cases that enough tooth structure is not available crown is a good alternative treatment.

Do veneers feel like real teeth?

Of course, they feel like real teeth. It improves your smile and makes it shinier than before which will increase your confidence to smile in public.

How often do you have to replace veneers?

They don’t need to be replaced, unless they get chipped or damaged. If the chipped area is small or crack is shallow, It could be repaired.

How do you take care of veneers?

Brushing, flossing and regular cleaning are great ways to care for your veneers.

How many types of veneers are there?

There are two types of Veneers – composite and dental porcelain.

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