Beautiful Natural Smiles with the latest in Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are very thin porcelain facings. They are used to change the shape, color, size and spacing of your teeth. Meticulous measurements and photographs are used to evaluate your smile and determine what will be necessary to create a radiant look for you.

A thin layer of porcelain can be applied to the front of a tooth to dramatically improve its position, size, color and shape.

Smile improvements with porcelain veneers are a great way to help you restore confidence in your appearance and give you a beautiful, natural smile you can be proud of. Dr. Mironov’s patients with veneers are always eager to show off their new smiles.


We will take impressions and photos of your mouth in order to create a wax model. Dr. Mironov will then work with the model until the most beautiful smile is achieved. He then transfers this look to your teeth with temporary crowns. Once you have approved it, we do the final placement. These extra steps are very important because porcelain veneers are permanent, once the decision has been made.

These additional steps are not customarily performed by all dentists. In most cases, impressions are made of your teeth, and a lab then sends the dentist the veneers for placement. Dr. Mironov prefers to take the additional steps to ensure you will be happy with your final look.


Porcelain veneers have a life-like appearance with the strength, beauty and durability that only porcelain restorations can offer. In addition, they will not discolor or wear like natural tooth enamel. We use porcelain veneers made from very high-quality porcelain that are very natural-looking, durable and custom designed specifically for you.


The ideal candidate for porcelain veneers is a patient with one of the following conditions. These conditions are easily resolved with customized porcelain veneers due to the fact that porcelain veneers can be created in a sculpting like fashion to completely change a look into the exact appearance desired.

  • Broken or chipped teeth
  • Unsightly, stained or washed-out fillings
  • Permanently stained or discolored teeth
  • Misshapen or crooked teeth
  • Dark, yellow or stained teeth
  • Spaces between your teeth