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Enhance Your Smile with Veneers in Saint John

If your tooth is discoloured, chipped, or fractured, porcelain solutions such as bridges, crowns, or veneers can be helpful. If you require any such porcelain solutions in Saint John, get in touch with Millidge Place Dental Clinic – Dr. Murray Holburn. We offer:  

Porcelain Crowns

A crown is generally used when your tooth is damaged cannot be restored with fillings or other restoration procedures. Crown is used to cover the entire tooth surface, which helps to strengthen the tooth and enhance its appearance. For dental crowns in Saint John, contact Millidge Place Dental Clinic – Dr. Murray Holburn. We will look into the dental issue and suggest a crown or other options, whichever is suitable according to your dental condition. 

 

Dental crowns are made of either ceramic or porcelain so that they match the natural colour of your teeth. But porcelain crowns are more popular as they are durable and last a longer period of time. We can make the crowns to match the shape, size, and colour of your teeth.  

Importance of Crowns

Crowns can be used for:  

  • Protecting a weakened, cracked, or fractured tooth

  • Covering a discoloured tooth

  • Restoration option for a single-tooth implant

  • Replacing the filling of the tooth

  • Cosmetic enhancement

  • Covering tooth with root canal

Dental Cases

Dental Cases

Before: The front left incisor has poor restoration and is not contoured properly to match the rest of the gum line.
After: The tooth is replaced by a crown made of porcelain and now contoured to match the rest of the gum line. Now the tooth looks natural and is according to the shape and colour of the teeth.

Porcelain Solutions

Before: The upper arch needs to be rehabilitated. The tooth-edges are worn down and chipped along with gum recession.
After: Porcelain crown caps are placed on the upper 8 teeth. Incisal edges and the gum line are now uniform. The patient now has better-shaped teeth, which can help in chewing and biting.

Dental Cases

Before: A single tooth replacement is required to replace the missing upper central incisor.
After: Single implant done with an all-porcelain crown (cap) which is secured properly over the implant.

Dental

Before: The patient needs an upper and lower arch rehabilitation.
After: After the upper denture was inserted and was supported with lower implants and crowns, it gave support to the facial tissues. Moreover, it also added to the great smile and helped in chewing.

Porcelain Fixed Bridges 

These bridges are non-removable and helpful in replacing missing teeth. We offer different types of bridges, and we will prescribe the one which is most suitable for your dental condition. But the most used bridge is the traditional bridge. This is made of porcelain infused with metal. The porcelain helps to give a natural look to the bridge, due to which they are preferred by many patients. The traditional bridge comprises of two crowns. The crowns go over two anchoring teeth and are attached to the pontic. This helps to fill the gap of one or more missing teeth.

 

Bridges are very durable but might need replacement or re-cementing due to normal wear.

Reasons for a Fixed Bridge 

A fixed bridge can be used for the following reasons: 

  • Helps to maintain the facial shape

  • Restores your smile

  • Helps you chew

  • Helps in speaking

  • Prevents the drifting of the natural teeth

  • A partial denture can be upgraded to a permanent dental appliance

Porcelain Veneers in saint john

If you are conscious of any dental imperfection, attractive porcelain veneers can be of help. Veneers can not only improve your dental condition but also protect the existing structure of your teeth. These structures are discreet yet durable and can be used as an alternative where moderate treatment is necessary to get the required result.

 

Porcelain veneers have the property to endure normal dental functions even though thin pieces of veneers are used. Moreover, different shapes and sizes can also be made using porcelain. Porcelain veneers can be used to improve the following conditions:

  • Crooked or asymmetrical teeth

  • Chipped teeth

  • Too large or small teeth

  • Much discoloured teeth

  • Unrequired spaces between teeth

Along with correcting dental defects, porcelain veneers can also be used to give the dental restoration a uniform appearance and make it aesthetically pleasing.

If you need further details regarding porcelain solutions for your teeth, contact us. You can also call us to book an appointment.

Porcelain Veneers FAQ

Veneers are a popular dental solution due to their durability and efficient results. If you are looking to get porcelain veneers in Saint John, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the frequently asked questions about veneers:

  • Can Veneers Get Stained?

Veneers are very resistant to stains, which means that with proper oral hygiene and regular cleaning, your day-to-day activity won’t discolour the veneers.

  • Are Veneers Permanent?

Yes, veneers are generally considered to be a permanent solution for issues like chipping.

  • Will People Be Able To Notice My Veneers?

It is highly unlikely that people will be able to notice your veneers as they are customized as per the natural colour of your teeth. Some may also opt for laser teeth whitening before getting a veneer installed to achieve a whiter smile.

  • Are Veneers Going To Affect My Diet?

Things like braces might affect your diet and make you avoid certain food items that you love. However, with veneers, this won’t be any problem at all.

 

If you are still confused and have any other questions about veneers, we invite you to get in touch with our dental team today. 

Long-lasting veneers and other porcelain solutions in Saint John

We offer various porcelain bridges, crowns and veneers to restore your teeth.

Information

Millidge Place Dental Clinic - Dr. Murray Holburn

709 Millidge Ave

Saint John, NB 

E2K 2N7

Phone: 506-634-0221

Fax: 506-634-7213

Email: drmholburn@bellaliant.com

Hours

Mon - 7:45 am - 4:00 pm

Tues - 7:45 am - 4:00 pm

Weds - 7:45 am - 4:00 pm

Thurs - 7:45 am - 4:00 pm

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