Give Your Smile a Facelift with Porcelain Veneers from PGA Dentistry

Give Your Smile a Facelift with Porcelain Veneers from PGA Dentistry

Porcelain Veneers, Bright Smile, Stained Teeth, Crooked Teeth, Natural Smile
PGA Dentistry
April 3, 2013
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Stained, misaligned, or chipped teeth can leave you feeling down about your smile. But thanks to porcelain veneers, you can finally enjoy a smile brimming with confidence.

Made from thin, durable materials, porcelain veneers look completely natural and, if properly cared for, can last for years to come. And because studies have shown that those with brighter, more attractive teeth are perceived as more outgoing, you may even see improvements in your romantic, social and business relationships.

All it takes to get started is a consultation visit with Dr. Ajmo at our Palm Beach Gardens office.

A Durable, Natural-Looking Cosmetic Solution


During your consultation visit, Dr. Ajmo will thoroughly examine your teeth and talk with you about how you want your new smile to look. He’ll also take a series of digital photos, to make designing a smile based on your personality and appearance that much easier. And with the help of digital imaging, we can even show you what your smile will look like after your handcrafted porcelain veneers have returned from our lab and are ready to place.

Schedule Your Complimentary Consultation Today!

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