Posts Tagged ‘ Porcelain ’

Treat Gaps and Poor Spacing with Porcelain Veneers

by Robert Rapisarda So much can be accomplished with porcelain veneers. Versatile and perfectly matched to your natural teeth, porcelain veneers enhance smiles and look great when in place. Dr. Robert Rapisarda has routinely used porcelain veneers at his practice here in Barre to treat chips, cracks, and stains on the teeth of patients. What […]

The Ideal Candidates for Porcelain Veneers Treatment

by Robert Rapisarda Getting a smile that looks its very best has been made a whole lot easier thanks to modern cosmetic dentistry. By meeting with a cosmetic dentist, you can have stains, chips, cracks, and major flaws easily addressed simply through the use of new techniques and technologies. One of the most popular options […]

Porcelain Veneers Replacement and Lifespan

by drrapisarda A common misconception about dental work is that restorations can be expected to last a lifetime. Unfortunately, even when patients take excellent care of their teeth, most dental materials will require eventual replacement. This is equally true of elective cosmetic procedures such as porcelain veneers. Despite porcelain’s durability, it can only last so […]

Three Things You Should Know about Porcelain Veneers

by drrapisarda You have probably heard the phrase “porcelain veneers” before, especially in relation to extreme dental makeovers and celebrity smiles. They’re really a great option for people who wish they could give their smile a makeover given just how many dental problems that they can fix. Springfield, Massachusetts area cosmetic dentist Dr. Robert Rapisarda […]

Porcelain Veneers vs. Teeth Whitening

by drrapisarda If you have teeth that are stained, you know just how much that can alter the appeal of your smile. It’s important that you consider the many different options for whitening your smile that are available to you at your dentist’s office. When you come to the office of Springfield, MA cosmetic dentist […]

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