Dr. Cummings noticeably improve patients’ smiles with composite veneers
Waltham, MA (release-news) February 20, 2014 - The appearance of chipped, or discolored, teeth can often cause one to feel less-than-confident about their smile. Fortunately, composite veneers can help restore teeth to their former glory.
Dr. Jeffrey S. Cummings, a reconstructive and cosmetic dentist based in Massachusetts, offers composite veneers for patients seeking to replace chipped, misshaped, or damaged teeth. Dr. Cummings recognizes that many patients do not have the time to spend on lengthy treatments, so he offers composite veneers at his practice, which can be placed in just one office visit.
Dr. Cummings explains that composite veneers are a less-expensive alternative to more expensive dental solutions, such as porcelain dental veneers. Composite veneers will be molded to the front of the teeth being treated, brightening the patient's smile.
The process of placing a composite veneer begins with Dr. Cummings removing some enamel from the surface of a tooth. He then creates an impression of a patient's tooth, to create the composite veneer. Dr. Cummings has an on-site dental lab, which gives him complete control over the quality of each veneer created. He adds that this process ensures patients will not need to wait long to receive their high-quality veneers.
According to Dr. Cummings, composite veneers can last for up to 8 years. Although they are not as durable as porcelain veneers, which can last for up to 25 years, and require a bit more maintenance, Dr. Cummings says they offer patients outstanding aesthetic results that can improve a patient's smile, and confidence.
Dr. Cummings works hard to provide all of his patients with personalized care, and takes pride in enhancing their smiles. For more information, or to schedule a consultation, you can contact Dr. Cummings by phone 781.894.4114 or through his website,www.restoreteeth.com.
About Dr. Cummings
Dr. Jeffrey S. Cummings graduated from Middlebury College in 1983 and received his D.M.D. from Tufts University School of Medicine in 1987. He spent the next five years training with the Chairman of Complete Dentures in Denture Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry.
In 1992, he became an Assistant Professor of Complete Denture Prosthodontics, where he has lectured on Implant Dentistry and Gross Anatomy.
He has taught future dentists their craft at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and is an established leader who still finds time to advance his own training by traveling to courses all over the country and in Europe, putting him at the top of his field.
Dr. Cummings can be reached at (781) 894-4114 in Waltham, MA, and interested parties can also visit his website atwww.restoreteeth.com.