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Fairfield Dentist Offers Porcelain Veneers for Enhanced Smiles

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Dr. Adriana Torena is supporting Fairfield patients in obtaining a bright new smile through the application of porcelain veneers.

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FAIRFIELD, CT, July 16, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Fairfield residents can now acquire a perfect appearance of the mouth through cosmetic dentistry by Dr. Torena at Allure Dental Group. Porcelain veneers has become a trendy choice to patients who desire a flawless smile quickly. Veneers are a great opportunity for patients to change their smile for the better. There are many options to choose from when it comes to fixing your teeth, and Dr. Torena believes that veneers might be the one to consider.

Porcelain veneers are individually made to fit over the front part of a missing tooth. The procedure is painless, but patients may have some sensitivity or discomfort. Normally, the veneer process entails three appointments: diagnosis and treatment planning, preparation, and bonding. Dr. Torena examines the teeth to see if the patient is able to have veneers. Then a small amount of dental enamel will be removed from the front of the teeth. A dental lab will create a custom set of veneers. An adhesive material that will bond to the original tooth structure then quickly applies the veneers.

Porcelain veneers can help patients with stained or discolored teeth, a chipped or cracked tooth, uneven or misaligned teeth, and removing gaps in between teeth. Veneers are much like a regular tooth. They have a translucent quality that makes light pass through and reflect off the natural dental material. They can also be whitened and matched to resemble normal teeth already in the mouth. Normal brushing and flossing is still necessary when it comes when taking care of veneers. They are stain resistant, which reduces a chance of discoloration.

Just like other dental procedures, there are limitations with veneers. There are some situations in which veneers can be inappropriate. Patients who have significantly misaligned teeth or a gap, then orthodontics would be a better solution. Also, patients who have lost a lot of tooth structure from decay or trauma might have a better chance with porcelain crowns to restore the tooth. Many patients are unsure of which procedure is right for them and that is why it is highly encouraged to see an expert, such as Dr. Torena at Allure Dental.

Veneers have been proven to help patients with tooth color, shape and alignment. Call Allure Dental to schedule a consultation if you feel that veneers are the right fit for you.

About Dr. Adriana Torena, DMD:
Dr. Adriana Torena graduated from Boston University Dental School in 1995 with her DMD degree. She is also a fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology. Dr. Adriana Torena also participated in the MISCH International Dental Implant Institute Residency Program to further improve her services offered. Dr. Torena is certified in Oral Sedation.

Media Contact:
Dr. Adriana Torena
Allure Dental Group
500 Kings Highway East
Fairfield, CT 06825
203-368-9016
contactus@dentistryfairfield.com
www.dentistryfairfield.com

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