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Dr. Mariana Conant Offers Porcelain Veneers for Quick Smile Transformations

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Fairfield, CT cosmetic dentist, Dr. Mariana Conant, is offering her patients a quick, painless, and long-lasting solution for dramatic smile transformations with porcelain veneers.

March 19, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Fairfield, CT cosmetic dentist, Dr. Mariana Conant, is offering her patients a quick, painless, and long-lasting solution for dramatic smile transformations with porcelain veneers. As a highly trained esthetic dentist, Dr. Conant is able to customize porcelain veneers for patients who have healthy teeth but simply desire a different look.

Porcelain veneers are essentially thin porcelain shells or caps that are adhered to the front of the patient’s natural teeth to provide a new look. Porcelain is the preferred material of Dr. Conant for veneers due to its strength, natural appearance, and its resistance to stains from coffee, tea, juices, and other highly pigmented food.

“Porcelain veneers are a great option for our patients with healthy smiles who want to achieve better aesthetics, but don’t want to resort to orthodontia or other extreme measures,” said Dr. Conant. “In just a couple visits, veneers can give our patients an entirely new look to their smile that they can be confident with.”

Veneers can effectively be used to conceal discolored, chipped, crooked, or gapped teeth. As Dr. Conant designs and places the veneers, she does so in a way that creates the look of a perfectly aligned smile. She works closely with each patient to design a smile that is the shade and shape that the patient prefers.

Porcelain veneers are very durable and are designed to last at least 15 years with proper use. Some patients, however, are able to wear their veneers for 20-30 years without the need for replacing them.

In addition to providing porcelain veneers, Dr. Mariana Conant is highly skilled in a variety of other cosmetic procedures. She is a preferred Invisalign dentist in Fairfield, CT for patients seeking a straighter smile without the use of traditional braces, and also provides teeth whitening in Fairfield, CT for those wanting a dramatic improvement in their smile quickly. For patients with missing teeth, Dr. Conant can provide dentures and permanent dental implants.

Dr. Conant completed her dental education in Brazil, receiving her Doctor of Dental Science degree from Universidade Federal de Goias. Since then, she has completed extensive training in prosthodontics and dental aesthetics, and at one point was an assistant professor of esthetics at NYU. Dr. Conant is a member of the Connecticut State Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, the American Dental Association, and the OKU National Dental Honors Society.

To find more information about Dr. Mariana Conant and the porcelain veneers she offers at her Fairfield office, please visit www.Brickwalkdental.com and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOyKkV_dVZc.

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Name: Mariana Conant, DDS
Email: info@brickwalkdental.com
Phone: (203) 255-5999
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