Porcelain Veneers 

Teeth Veneers | Leominster & Fitchburg MA


What are porcelain veneers?

Porcelain veneers are thin shells of ceramic that bond directly to the front surfaces of the teeth. They are an ideal choice for improving your smile and have become increasingly popular due to their simplicity and versatility.

Placing custom veneers requires a high degree of technical skill as well as attention to cosmetic detail. We place veneers routinely and design each case individually to match and enhance the characteristics of each patient’s smile.

Will they look like normal teeth?

When bonded to the teeth, the ultra-thin porcelain veneers are virtually undetectable and highly resistant to coffee, tea, or even cigarette stains. For strength and appearance, their resemblance to healthy, white tooth enamel is unsurpassed by other restorative options.

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For more information about Porcelain Veneers or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Markowitz, Dr. Unger, Dr. Richler, Dr. Hopkinson, Dr. Coleman or Dr. Carlozzi, call our Leominster MA office at Leominster Family Dentists Phone Number 978-534-9216 or

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How durable are porcelain veneers?

With proper care, porcelain veneers will brighten your smile for well over a decade.

Our Doctors will ensure that your veneers are crafted from the highest quality porcelains and are bonded with the most advanced and proven materials available.

Refraining from using your veneers as tools to open and cut things will prolong their life, and if accidental breakage or damage occurs, it is usually possible to replace only the veneer involved.

How much do porcelain veneers cost?

Porcelain veneers cost about the same amount as crowns, but while a crown is typically a covered service when you have dental insurance, a porcelain veneer is considered a cosmetic service and is typically not covered by most plans. The advantage of having veneers made as opposed to porcelain crowns is that they involve far less removal of tooth structure. In some cases, (such as with Lumineers), there is virtually no removal of tooth structure and no need for anesthetic.