WANT TO CHANGE YOUR SMILE IN A DAY? ASK HOW!
Everyone knows that a beautiful smile and looking great go together. Porcelain veneers are all around us today. From the celebrities on the red carpet to the girl next door, this easily accessible and relatively affordable dental cosmetic enhancement is the trend that does not seem to ever go out of style. If you want to change your smile and even look years younger, Cerec veneers could be your answer. These veneers are thin, porcelain “coverings”, which are cemented onto your natural teeth once a very small layer of enamel is shaved off. People who want straighter teeth without the nuisance of having to wear braces for years or teeth that do not respond to traditional whitening techniques, veneers could be the answer for you. With the CEREC machine, the patient simply comes in for one appointment and one appointment only. Patients are so busy that they love this technique. No gooey impression materials, no walking around with temporary restorations. A 3D digital camera is used to take the image of the whole mouth which is later sent to the computer. With that image, the tooth as the patient watches. Then the final work is sent to a machine where the tooth is milled. The whole process can take as little as 2 hours. With a simple visit, it can easily be determined if you are a candidate for this procedure. If you are, you can schedule the treatment, and then you will have your brand new smile. These veneers have an average life span of 8-15 years depending on the patient’s lifestyle and oral hygiene maintenance. Cerec allows the dentist to make all types of porcelain restorations in the office, while you enjoy a cup of coffee or read a magazine.
Dr. Jack Slome BIO Jack Slome pursued a career in Dentistry, graduating in 1984 in Johannesburg. He moved to Canada in 1993 when he completed the Board exams and purchased the office which became The Accolade Dental Centre in 1995. Dr. Slome has transformed hundreds of smiles, treated many celebrities and appeared on Breakfast Television, Canada AM, City Pulse News, Global News and Cityonline.