Discover More About Dental Veneers

 Our team of professionals is happy to help you understand more about dental veneers, so you can have the flawless smile you always dreamed of.

Dental veneers are extremely thin, custom-made shells, which are placed to the front of your teeth. They are very durable and with proper care can last up to a decade! Dental veneers also offer a stunning solution to embarrassing flaws in your smile such as cracked, stained, slightly misaligned teeth, chipped, and other flaws you may be feeling self-conscious about.

Dental veneers are a fantastic choice if you dream of the flawless smile. However, to have dental veneers, you need to make an appointment with Dr. Armen Terteryan, to see if dental veneers are right for you.

If you still have questions or concerns about dental veneers or would like to learn more about our office, we are happy to assist you in any way we can help. Our professional staff is always happy to take your call. Call us today at (818) 716.7966, and let us help restore your smile.

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