Dr. Daniel Wolter, cosmetic and dental implants dentist in Goodyear, AZ recently introduced porcelain veneers to offer patients an easy, fast, and painless way to transform their smile. For patients with healthy teeth, porcelain veneers are a popular method to finally achieving their dream smile without surgery or orthodontia.
“Many of the patients we see have great, healthy teeth, but they just aren't happy with the look of their smile,” said Dr. Wolter. “With porcelain veneers, we're able to conceal many of the issues that cause patients to be unhappy with their smiles and in as little as two visits, they can have a brand new smile that they can't wait to show off.”
Porcelain veneers are extremely thin, yet durable tooth-shaped shells that are bonded to the surface of the teeth to create a new look. They are commonly used to conceal unwanted spaces, crowding or misalignment, as well as discolored, chipped, worn, and misshapen teeth. Veneers are also preferred by patients who feel that their teeth are too large or too small, or who want a more uniform look to their smile.
Patients who receive veneers generally visit Dr. Wolter twice to complete the procedure. During the first visit, a mold is taken of the patient's teeth and along with Dr. Wolter, they determine the shade of the veneers that they desire. After the veneers have been completed by an external lab, the patient returns and the bonding of the veneers is completed. Veneers are designed to last for a decade or longer.
In addition to porcelain veneers, Dr. Wolter and his staff offer a variety of other dental services at their practice. For patients who want a straighter smile without the hassle of traditional braces, Dr. Wolter is a certified Invisalign dentist in Goodyear, AZ. Additionally, Dr. Wolter has received advanced training in treating jaw and facial pain, and is a qualified TMJ dentist in Goodyear, AZ. For patients needing care outside of regular business hours, Dr. Wolter is an emergency dentist.
Dr. Wolter has spent the last two decades focusing his care on Baby Boomers and seniors. He completed his dental education at Northwestern University Dental School in Chicago and was also an assistant clinical director there. He is highly involved in continuing dental education and is dedicated to learning about and incorporating the latest state-of-the-art care into his practice.
To learn more about Dr. Daniel Wolter and the smile transformations he offers with porcelain veneers, please visit www.MDA-Dentist.com and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sn6Ps4BnNRA.
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