YOUR PERSONALIZED SMILE MAKEOVER

For most people, a dental veneer enhancement takes only two visits to our Midtown, New York office. Your first appointment begins with preparing your teeth for their new restorations and taking an impression for us to create your customized porcelain tooth covers. While your new veneers are being designed, a temporary veneer will be placed for aesthetic and comfort purposes.

At your second visit to 54th Street Dental, we’ll bond your dazzling, permanent veneers into place. Once our dentist is satisfied with the placement of each veneer and ensures that your bite is fine-tuned, your teeth will be polished to perfection and your dramatic smile reconstruction will be complete.

Are you ready to have the smile you deserve? Call our office today to schedule your same day appointment. Financing is available.

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