Porcelain Dental Veneers

Our Smithtown, NY cosmetic dental office is one of the top dental porcelain veneer providers in your area. Dr. Shapiro has transformed countless smiles just like yours with our dental veneer treatments.

Beautiful Dental Veneers Transform Your Smile


Porcelain veneers are perfect for changing the way your teeth look when your main concerns are esthetic. We frequently use them on teeth that are:

  • Crooked
  • Crowded
  • Gapped
  • Discolored or stained
  • Chipped and worn

Porcelain veneers are great, but some people may find that bonding is an appropriate alternative. Cosmetic bonding is less costly and more conservative but can’t make as drastic a change as veneers can. At times these cosmetic procedures can be combined to give that perfect smile.

Your Smithtown Porcelain Veneer Treatment

After discussing what aspects of your smile you want to change, Dr. Shapiro will work with you to create a set of beautiful cosmetic veneers that make your teeth look as straight and white as possible. Veneers look like natural teeth and usually only take about two appointments to complete.

Your first veneer appointment will involve shaping the teeth and taking an impression of your mouth. At this time Dr. Shapiro will create a mock up of your new smile in your mouth so you can visualize the final goal and make any need changes prior to the construction of your new smile.  This then becomes the guide for your new smile.  We then use the impression to create a model of your current smile, which is used as we hand-design your new veneers. Each veneer is shaped to set side-by-side with the next tooth, for a flawless smile. In two weeks, your permanent veneers will be ready to bond into place. After this short visit, you can walk away with the smile of your dreams.


Call The Center for Cosmetic Dentistry at our Long Island, NY dental office to schedule your free cosmetic dental evaluation and consultation today! If you still have questions, you can also find more information about porcelain veneers vs. bonding.