Porcelain Veneers for Fluorosis

When Stephanie's permanent front teeth erupted at age six, her mother was shocked that they had numerous discolored patches (mottling). This mottling of the enamel is an example of fluorosis, where a child was exposed to an excess of fluoride in her water supply (or vitamin supplements).

First, a tiny layer of enamel was removed to see if the mottling went deeply into the enamel. Because the fluorosis discolorations were extensive, Stephanie chose to have six beautiful porcelain veneers on her upper front teeth.

"My friend told me I had the most beautiful teeth he had ever seen, and then I told him they were fake. The job you did on my teeth was nothing short of FANTASTIC!"

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