The Non-Cosmetic Benefits Of Veneers

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Porcelain veneers make a smile gorgeous, but did you know they can go beyond boosting your beauty?

Veneers actually strengthen teeth. Research shows that a bonded porcelain laminate can reinforce a fractured, chipped or worn-down tooth. Plus, they resist abrasion to which natural or bonded teeth are vulnerable.

Veneers also improve periodontal health. The highly glazed surface is more resistant to plaque that causes gum disease, compared to resin fillings or rough tooth surfaces.

Featured on page 115 of the Summer-Fall 2007 issue of NewBeauty.

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