Beautiful Porcelain Dental Veneers in Manhattan, NY

About Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers can restore teeth that are chipped, cracked, or stained to their original beauty and luster. Cosmetic and general dentist, Dr. Victoria Veytsman, also uses veneers to fill in small gaps and make slight position changes. Dr. Victoria Veytsman prefers to use high-quality materials for beautiful porcelain veneers that are custom-created to fit the front surface of the patient's teeth for a natural-looking improvement. Veneers are made to be translucent like natural teeth so that light passes through them, which helps them to blend in better with the patient's own teeth. In addition to a full set of veneers, Dr. Veytsman can apply partial veneers on one or more teeth at her dental office, Cosmetic Dental Studios in Midtown East Manhattan, to help her patients achieve a beautiful, more radiant smile.

What Are The Benefits Of Porcelain Veneers?

A customized set of beautiful porcelain veneers placed by Dr. Veytsman can totally remake your smile with great benefits like:

  • Treating multiple dental issues
  • Creating a more even, uniform smile
  • Achieving a stunningly brighter, whiter smile
  • Procedure is quick, easy, and comfortable
  • Porcelain veneers are durable, stain-resistant, and long-lasting
  • Easy maintenance and care
  • Results are natural-looking

Am I a candidate for porcelain veneers?

Just about anyone who wants a more permanent solution for a whiter, brighter, and more beautiful smile is a candidate to get porcelain veneers. Porcelain dental veneers are a great choice for women and men who:

  • Have a healthy amount of tooth enamel
  • Have good overall oral health
  • Have stained or discolored teeth
  • Have chipped, cracked, or uneven teeth
  • Have multiple cosmetic issues

What should I expect with porcelain veneers?

Traditional porcelain dental veneers require tooth preparation, including filing the teeth to make space for the new veneers. Then, Dr. Veytsman will take an impression of the patient’s upper and lower teeth, which are sent to a dental laboratory. While waiting for their custom veneers, the dentist will cover the patient's teeth with temporary veneers for protection. Once the patient’s custom-made veneers are sent back to the dentist's office (usually in about 2 – 3 weeks), the patient returns to have their porcelain veneers fitted and placed. The patient’s veneers are then easily applied without problems of pain and sensitivity. About as thin as a contact lens, veneers improve the patient’s smile while still looking natural. With proper home care and regular dental exams and cleanings, porcelain veneers should last for about 20 years.

I recently got veneers, and could not be more pleased with how they turned out!!!! Dr. Veytsman and her team were sooooo nice and extremely accommodating to my very tight timeline. They always made sure I was well taken care of and completely happy. I am more confident with my smile and no one can ever notice that they are veneers as they look so natural. Dr. Veytsman is amazing at what she does!!!!

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Dr Veytsman and her staff provided an excellent virtual consult for me for questions I had. It was extremely helpful and while I didn’t end up needing veneers at this time, she and her staff gave me very useful information and made me feel very validated about my concerns and gave me direction about another plan to do next. It is amazing that she and her staff took the time to do this. Highly recommend!!!

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Dr. Veytsman is the only person I would trust for cosmetic dental work. I had previously has some cosmetic work done that I wasn't happy with and went to her to get updates I'd be happy with. Had an amazing experience with her getting veneers done - couldn't recommend her enough for anyone looking to get dental work done in NYC!

A.P. Google

This was the most listened to I’ve ever felt at a dentist’s office. I came in because of a small discoloration on my tooth I wanted covered and my prior dentist had told me the only way to fix it was with veneers. He’d been so pushy trying to pressure me into committing on the spot and veneers sounded a bit drastic as it was only a small discoloration on one tooth I didn’t love. I decided to get a second opinion which is how I found Dr Veytsman and I’m so glad I did. She listened to all of my worries and laid out all my options. She was so transparent and even told me about a different treatment that was far less invasive than veneers and should easily fix my discoloration despite the fact that she didn’t offer the treatment. She followed up with me laying out the veneer pricing and options but recommended I look into the less invasive treatment first and where I could find well reviewed dentists who offered it. I’m getting discoloration fixed in the non invasive way she recommended and I’m so happy I got a second opinion from her. I’ve found a lot of dentists tend to be either completely apathetic or overly pushy sales people and Dr. Veytsman is the polar opposite. She deeply cares that her patients find the solution that’s best for them even if it’s of no benefit to her. If you want an honest take on what your options are go see Dr. Veytsman

D.G. Google

Dr. Veytsman and her team were fantastic through the entire process of getting implants. They look fantastic! They took their time in aiming to bring perfection and did not mind if that meant additional appointments. My temporary implants even broke (which is normal) and Dr. V's team went to quickly to work to bringing back a happy smile on my face. I easily recommend Dr. V to all my friends.

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What is the recovery like after receiving porcelain veneers?

For the first few days, a patient may be more sensitive to hot and cold temperatures because of the removal of the natural enamel, but this should subside within a few days. A week after the veneers are placed, the patient should schedule a follow-up appointment at Dr. Veytsman’s office to make sure the mouth is responding well to the veneers. Due to the material they are made of and since they are easy to polish, the probability of staining veneers is slight to none. It’s still a good idea to brush after consuming foods or drinks that stain the teeth, especially coffee, soda, tea, and red wine. Veneers should be brushed with a non-abrasive toothpaste, flossed, and rinsed with mouthwash just like natural teeth. Patients should be sure to keep up with regular dental appointments so Dr. Veytsman can perform professional maintenance by polishing the veneers with a special, non-abrasive paste to keep them in pristine condition.

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Get a whiter, brighter smile with porcelain veneers

Veneers are a great idea for any of our Manhattan patients who want to revitalize their smile. If you think this is the procedure for you, give Dr. Veytsman's office a call as soon as possible to set up your consultation so she can make your smile more brilliant than ever.

Will insurance cover porcelain veneers?

Since this is considered a cosmetic treatment, insurance usually doesn’t cover the costs, but in some cases, insurance might cover some of the costs. Our office will check before the procedure is performed to determine the patient's coverage.

How do I care for my porcelain veneers?

Caring for your veneers is incredibly easy. In fact, all you need to do is treat them as if they are real teeth. Regular brushing and flossing twice a day will help them to avoid stains and stay perfectly white.

Are porcelain veneers permanent?

While they are not technically permanent, porcelain veneers can be expected to last for decades, with many of our patients never needing a replacement. It is important to note, however, that this procedure is irreversible.

Do porcelain veneers hurt?

The procedure for getting porcelain veneers is completely painless. Patients only feel a slight amount of pressure during the procedure. Our team will make sure that you are completely comfortable before beginning treatment.

What are the side effects of porcelain veneers?

You may expect some mild discomfort as you recover from your porcelain veneer installation. In addition, individuals with sensitive gums may notice a flare-up in their gums. All discomfort should be temporary and manageable.

What cosmetic issues do veneers address?

Porcelain veneers are a versatile cosmetic dentistry option that can address a range of aesthetic concerns. They are commonly used to correct discolored teeth, cover chips or cracks, improve the appearance of misaligned or uneven teeth, and even close gaps between teeth. Veneers offer a comprehensive approach to enhancing the overall look of your smile.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.