Straighten your smile with teeth veneers in Paxton, MA

Teeth Veneers at Paxton Dental Care in Paxton MA Area

Not everyone is blessed with perfect teeth. However, you can improve the look of stained, damaged, or crooked teeth with cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Siemen offers patients in Paxton, MA, porcelain veneers to improve your smile.

During your consultation, Dr. Siemen will evaluate your teeth to determine whether veneers are the right choice for you. If you have underlying gum disease or tooth decay, he will need to address that first to make sure any cosmetic dental treatment is beautiful and long-lasting.

Porcelain veneers

Veneers are created to fit over the front of your teeth to cover staining, eliminate chips and cracks, as well as fill in gaps and dark areas around the teeth. Veneers can be used on the top or bottom teeth and can be designed for one or multiple teeth, up to an entire arch.

Porcelain veneers are a very thin layer of porcelain that strongly and permanently bond to teeth. A specialist at the lab will collaborate with Dr. Siemen to design and fabricate your veneers.

Porcelain veneers are also a good choice to manage sensitive teeth. They are permanently bonded in place for beauty, comfort, and longevity.


Lumineers at Paxton Dental Care in Paxton MA Area

Lumineers are a brand name of porcelain veneers and share many similarities with traditional veneers. Not everyone is a candidate for Lumineers. Dr. Siemen would be happy to meet with you to determine if you are a candidate for Lumineers. 

Alternatives to veneers

Sometimes porcelain veneers are not the ideal treatment for smile improvement. However, many alternatives exist to achieving a beautiful, long-lasting smile. Porcelain crowns, implants, bonding, as well as Invisalign may be a better choice. Every person and every smile is different.

 Dr. Siemen will explore your options and different treatment paths so you can choose the one you are most comfortable with. Contact our office in Paxton, MA, at (508) 557-2400 to schedule a consultation for porcelain veneers.

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