Porcelain Veneers – The Best Thing I Ever Did!

porcelain veneeers patient, Dr. Larry Stone

I was thinking about this the other day and one of the best things I ever did (for myself that is) was to get porcelain veneers. My teeth were healthy, but discolored, retroclined (angled inward), worn down from grinding and had spaces between them. I already had orthodontic treatment to correct some of the spacing, but it just didn’t look right and I noticed this in a picture of myself with a good friend’s daughter at her wedding.

Being a dentist I sometimes take these things for granted, but speaking with some of my patients who have taken my advice made me realize what a powerful improvement veneers can be. Veneers are custom made, very thin, but strong shells of porcelain that are bonded to the teeth. They usually require very little preparation and therefore cause very little discomfort.

I’ve made hundreds of veneers for people over the years and can honestly say that no one has ever regretted having this done. I’ve included some before and after pictures of one of my patients so you can be the judge! If you have ever thought about doing something to improve your appearance please ask us about veneers. You may just find that this treatment is one of the best things you’ve ever done for yourself!

Any questions? Don’t hesitate to contact me or the office, Dr. Laurence Stone in Doylestown, PA, today to schedule your next appointment and we can talk more about this. See you soon!

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About Laurence H. Stone, D.D.S.

Dr. Larry Stone's love of dentistry, strong skill set and accreditations by national dental associations instill confidence in general and cosmetic dentistry patients alike. Dr. Stone is a 1973 graduate of Temple University Dental School, where he was a member of the Oral Surgery Honor Society. Before opening his Doylestown practice, Dr. Stone served as a Senior Assistant Dental Surgeon with the U.S. Public Health Service. He has also been a Clinical Instructor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and is currently on staff at Doylestown Hospital.