Dr. Carroll has decades of experience in providing quality veneers for patients in Marietta. If you are interested in improving the appearance of your smile, give us a call today and set up a consultation.
Dental veneers are very thin, custom created layers of porcelain that cover the surface of teeth to improve their appearance. These layers are securely bonded to teeth and give an appearance of beautiful natural teeth when properly installed. Depending on their construction & the patients needs, they can change the color, shape, & size of the teeth that they are attached to.
A variety of materials are used to create veneers, but most patients choose porcelain as they resist staining & resemble real teeth more than other materials.
Veneers can fix the following problems:
– Teeth that have been discolored, either by routine causes, or by root canal treatments, stains from drugs, discolored resin fillings, or an excess of fluoride.
-Irregularly shaped, misaligned, uneven, or crooked teeth
-Gaps in the smile
-Teeth that have become worn down from grinding
-Teeth that have been chipped & broken due to physical injury
If you are experiencing one or more of these issues, veneers may be a good choice for you. For patients in Marietta, our office in Austell is just 15-20 minutes away from Marietta Square & the Big Chicken. Give us a call today and find out if veneers are the right cosmetic solution for you.
1620 Mulkey Rd. Suite 200 Austell, GA 30106
Mon - Thu : 8:00 am - 5 pmFri : 8:00 am - 12 pm
I have been a patient of Dr. Carroll for many years. He and his staff are Top Notch in service and how they have handled my Dental care. I highly recommend his services to anyone.
Mar 20, 2015
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