Dr. Mary Gregory uses synthetic dental material for a number of services, including crowns, veneers and dental implants. The advantages make it a natural choice.This article was originally distributed via 24-7 Press Release Newswire. 24-7 Press Release Newswire, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.
ARLINGTON, VA, May 31, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Nowadays it's easy to get the smile you always dreamed of. That's because cosmetic services are in demand amongst the general population, not just for the Hollywood elite. Among the most in-demand cosmetic treatments is veneers.
Veneers can be made of composite resin or porcelain. Both dental materials appear natural looking alongside real teeth, but there is a slight difference between the two. Composite resin material is thinner compared to porcelain veneers, so less of the tooth's surface needs to be removed. Porcelain veneers are also more stain-resistant.
While porcelain and composite resin differ slightly, they both still produce esthetically appealing veneers because they are synthetic by nature.
"The most important thing to a patient finding the right material and veneer placement is his/her active participation. We need a patient's input to figure out the best way to shade, shape and bond the veneers. That's why we use synthetic dental veneer materials in Arlington. It's quite easy to alter the look and shape of the custom shells," explains Dr. Gregory, family dentist in Arlington.
Synthetic materials used in dentistry are improving the look of custom shells and dental crowns. The easier it is to manipulate the shade and shape, the better it will appear on the smile.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Gregory's family dentistry in Arlington, call (703) 527-6495. Or go to www.drmarygregory.com
for more information.
About Dr. Mary E. Gregory:
Dr. Mary Gregory received her undergraduate degree at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. She earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Gregory also served in the military with a one-year residency in Colorado Springs as a post-graduate Captain in the U.S. Army. She then finished her three-year commitment to the Army while in Glessen, Germany.
Mary E. Gregory, D.D.S. Family Dentistry
4500 Old Dominion Dr.
Arlington, VA 22207
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