Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Oct 16, 2018 - Beverly Hills-based dentist Dr. Anthony Mobasser successfully bonded his 10,000th porcelain veneer in a patient’s mouth. He’s been bonding porcelain veneers into his patients’ mouths for more than thirty years along with other smile makeover procedures.
In counting towards the landmark 10,000 dental veneers mark (also known as dental porcelain laminates), Dr. Mobasser has bonded many different kinds of porcelain veneers. He uses thin veneers, veneer overlays, no pre-porcelain veneers, lumineers, cerec veneers, Emax veneers, Zirconia veneers, porcelain veneer onlays, and others. Before determining which kind of porcelain veneer best fits his patients’ needs, Dr. Mobasser looks at an extensive digital photograph of a patient’s smile called a radiograph, which measures their teeth and their bite to make sure the veneers will last them a long time and withstand the forces of their bite for many years to come.
The porcelain veneers that Dr. Mobasser bonds are an ultra-thin porcelain shell that’s bonded to the teeth. These veneers are used for many reasons. They can alter teeth shape, color, alignment, bite and more. Typically, patients choose these veneers for beautification and transforming the worn teeth, or old dentistry to get a gorgeous smile, in which their new pearly whites match their face, lips and, of course, function well. Dr. Mobasser goes beyond that, using his experience to match the teeth to his patient’s “personality.” Many patients have traveled from around the globe simply to have Dr. Mobasser provide these veneers.
Many dental publications such as 1-800-Dentist.com note the lifespan of veneers at five to fifteen years.
However, after working with Dr. Mobasser, many patients with his veneers have had them for 25 years or more and still report being comfortably pleased with them. Dr. Mobasser prefers veneers over crowns because they are considered a less invasive procedure. They allow for the teeth to be shaped and transformed but without the invasive nature of other methods.
“Tooth structure is precious. The more the dentist removes, the more restoration can fail. That’s why I choose to use porcelain veneers,” said Mobasser.
For more information about the 10,000 porcelain veneers, Dr. Mobasser, and his practice, or to make a press inquiry, please call (310) 550-0383.
Dr. Anthony Mobasser