dr. tenney, an arizona dentist explains MAC veneers

Most people don’t think twice about the porcelain dental veneers they receive from their dentist; but, they should. All dental veneers are not created equal. Different brands vary in realism, strength, stain resistance, and length of life. It is important to work closely with laboratory technicians to create a beautiful smile that is custom tailored to you. At the MAC lab, the technicians are some of the most highly trained in the world. They have created more high quality veneers then any other laboratory and they are our partners in giving our guests the best smiles possible.

We feel the MAC veneers offer the best combination of beauty, function and longevity.

  • Beauty - MAC Veneers are created by artisans who understand and appreciate the nuances in color, luminosity and shape of natural teeth. Using up to 16 shades of white (while others use only four), MAC Veneers provide a unique level of natural beauty.
  • Advanced Materials - MAC Veneers are made with high quality, pressed ceramics the latest, most advanced material available for cosmetic dentistry. In addition to enhancing the color and brightness of your smile, they can straighten and reshape your teeth to give them a more youthful appearance.
  • Longevity - At least two times stronger than other veneer brands made with thinner, feldspathic ceramics. Because MAC Veneers are more durable, your new smile can last for years without cracking, chipping or changing color.

With services such as Mac Veneers, Lumineers, Durathin veneers, porcelain crowns and sedation dentistry, you have come to the right place for cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry in the Glendale, Scottsdale, and Phoenix, Arizona areas. Contact Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Tenney today to set up a free appointment.

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