Veneers and Full Ceramic Crowns are a fast and painless way to eliminate imperfections in your smile. If you’re interested in a non-invasive way to change the aesthetics of your smile, they might be the ideal choice for you. Ceramic restoration can correct common issues like cracks, chips, gaps, and uneven surfaces.

We can also use veneers to improve the size and shape of your teeth that are worn down or uneven. In some instances, we use Full Ceramic Crowns to restore stained teeth that are resistant to whitening.

What Are Veneers?

​Dental veneers are thin porcelain shells that our Staten Island dentists will secure to the front surfaces of your teeth to give you a smile you’ve dreamed of achieving. Porcelain is a durable material that’s used throughout dental restorations because it’s tooth-colored and reacts to light the same way as your natural smile.

Our veneers are custom-designed to blend with the rest of your smile, creating a complete and confident aesthetic. With the precision and accuracy that our patients have come to expect from our dentists, you can rest assured knowing that your restoration will look natural.

The Dental Veneer Process
While your veneers can be completed in two office visits, the process is better explained in three steps.

Your Consultation
Before we begin your treatment, you’ll meet with our Staten Island dentists to discuss the treatment options. If you decide that veneers are ideal for your situation, we’ll start the process immediately.

Taking Impressions of Your Smile
We’ll make an impression of your smile and send it to our local dental laboratory so that they can design and manufacture your veneers.

Attaching Your Veneers

After a week or two, your veneers will be ready, and you can return to our office for the final appointment. One of our dentists will prepare your teeth by lightly etching them, creating a surface that makes bonding the veneers stronger. Next, our Staten Island dentists will secure your veneers using a durable dental adhesive.
Finally, we’ll clean away the excess debris from the procedure. After a swift polish, your new smile will be ready to show off to the world. 


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Crowns and Porcelain Veneers

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A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth ‑‑ covering the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and/or to improve its appearance. The crown, when cemented into place, fully encases the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line.


Reasons you may need a crown:

  • You have a cavity that is too large for a filling
  • You have a tooth that is cracked, worn down, or otherwise weakened
  • You have had root canal treatment — the crown will protect the restored tooth• You want to cover a discolored or badly shaped tooth and improve your smile.

Steps of placing a crown may need a crown:

It usually takes 2 dental visits to complete the treatment. When a crown is placed over a natural tooth, several steps are involved:

  • Your dentist prepares the tooth by removing its outer portion so the crown will fit. Any decay is also removed. If additional tooth structure is needed to support the crown, your dentist may build up the core of the tooth.
  • An impression is made to provide an exact model for the crown. The impression can be made from a mold or by digitally scanning the tooth.

  • You may get a temporary crown while you wait for the permanent crown to be ready. This usually takes less than 2 weeks. While you have a temporary crown, the tooth may be sensitive to hot and cold. Avoid chewing gum and eating sticky foods during this time. If your dentist has special equipment, then you may be able to get your new crown on the same day.
  • When the new crown is ready, your dentist places it in your mouth and makes the necessary adjustments. When you and your dentist are happy with how it looks and feels, the crown is cemented into place.