At our Mount Prospect Cosmetic Dentist office, we offer a variety of cosmetic procedures to our patients who are either in need of restorative dental work or want to improve their smile!
Natural-Looking Porcelain Veneers
For patients who want a smile makeover to correct chipped, damaged or slightly crooked teeth, we offer porcelain veneers for high quality, long lasting results. Porcelain veneers are expertly crafted to fit in with the rest of their natural teeth to provide you with the smile you desire. Many patients will choose porcelain veneers when looking to improve the appearance of the front teeth, or those that are seen most prominently when smiling.
We start by preparing the surface of your tooth for veneers in a conservative fashion, removing only as much of the surface as necessary for a lasting and comfortable fit. The process will usually takes place over several appointments, and the veneers will be custom made for each patient from impressions taken at our Mount Prospect Cosmetic Dentist office.
While waiting for the permanent veneers to be created by a dental lab, patients will be fitted with temporaries after the tooth surface is prepared. The veneers will be permanently adhered to the tooth/teeth with a dental bonding material at the final visit.
Dental Bonding, a Cost-Effective Alternative
As an alternative to porcelain veneers, we also offers tooth bonding for patients who want to cover a chip or crack in a tooth that is noticeable when smiling. Dr. Durso is an experienced cosmetic dentist and can offer patients excellent results with this more cost effective alternative when it is a suitable option.
Tooth bonding is called a “direct restoration” and is a process where a cosmetic resin material is attached directly to the affected area of the tooth. The material is matched to a patient’s natural tooth color, providing aesthetically appealing results for correction of minor cosmetic issues.
Please call our office if you would like to set up a consultation to learn more about amazing porcelain veneers!