Tooth Veneers: Savior of Smiles

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TM Prosthodontics, a Miami prosthodontic office, announces a new and improved way to fix broken, stained, or worn teeth.


Tooth veneers are a thin shell of porcelain or laminate that are bonded to the surface of teeth, giving a new, white, and clean appearance to the teeth. These are usually applied to severely stained or damaged teeth, but anyone who wants a better smile can get veneers. There are several dentists in Miami that provide this service.

TM Prosthodontics, a Miami dentist office, today announced a new and improved form of cosmetic dental implant: porcelain veneers, as well as resin/gold veneers for damaged or discolored tooth enamel, or for anyone else simply wanting to improve their smile.

Veneers are a great remedy for many dental ailments—specifically, discoloration or uneven wear and tear. They differ from dentures in that they don’t actually replace natural teeth; they are simply affixed to the outside of the tooth enamel and can last between 10 and 30 years.

TM Prosthodontics provides a range of services from full-mouth dental implants to teeth veneers, inlays & onlays, teeth bonding, dental bridges, crowns, pre-prosthetic surgery, gum surgery, alloderm grafting, dental implants, dentures, bleaching, and more.

At TM Prosthodontics, Dr. Tal Morr does a complete examination of patients’ teeth to see if veneers are right for them. Their teeth veneers improve the structure of teeth, and can make teeth very white. Additionally, tooth veneers in Miami bond to the shape of teeth, making them extra strong.

The disadvantages to getting dental veneers are that they tend to be costly, the process is irreversible, the teeth they’re applied to can still experience decay and weakness, and individuals who clench or grind their teeth can damage the veneers. Alternatives to veneers include bondings and crowns. Full-mouth dental implants might also be recommended for severely damaged teeth.

Bondings are called “inlays and onlays” by TM, and they can be made of porcelain, gold, or composite resin. These are pieces that are adhered to damaged areas of teeth, and are recommended when more than half the tooth’s surface is ruined. Onlays are so-called when the resin or other material extends out over the cusp of the tooth.

Tooth crowns are similar to bondings, but cover most or all of a tooth permanently. Crowns greatly improve both the appearance and the strength of teeth, and professionals tend to agree that they are, overall, beneficial to dental health.

TM Prosthodontics is available by appointment between 8AM and 5PM from Monday to Thursday and can be reached at 305-935-6066 or at

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