Providing Better Smiles to Calgary & nearby areas of Alberta

Your teeth are extremely strong; however, that doesn’t mean they are completely indestructible. Over the course of your life, you may chip or crack your teeth on hard foods, or you may damage them from injuries. Luckily, there are methods to restore your teeth so that they look beautiful and chip-free.

Porcelain veneers are thin, durable, strips of porcelain that are bonded on the front surface of your tooth in order to cover up any deformities that may be the result of accidents or genetics. Porcelain veneers look and feel exactly like the rest of your teeth, and no one will be able to tell the difference, except you and your dentist. If taken care of correctly, they may last over ten years.

If you visit Dr. Jennifer Silver for porcelain veneers, your first visit will consist of photographing your teeth and making bite impressions. Your veneers will then be created to match the color and size of the rest of your teeth. In as little as two visits, your veneers can be bonded to your teeth, creating the smile you once had, or always wished you had.

Please look at our before-and-after galleries of patients who have decided to get porcelain veneers to see the work that we do here at Southcentre Dental Clinic.

If you are interested in learning about your options for porcelain veneers, Dr. Silver and his team at Southcentre Dental Clinic would love to set up an appointment with you if you live in Calgary or a surrounding area of Alberta.

Jennifer Silver Cosmetic Dentist

Dr. Jennifer Silver is a highly accomplished dental surgeon with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Melbourne, Australia. Her educational accomplishments include deans honours list, an oral surgery award and best research project. Prior to this degree, she graduated with honors from Dalhousie University’s Dental Hygiene Program and worked in this field for 10 years.

The areas of dentistry that holds special interest for Dr. Silver include oral medicine and whole-body dentistry. She currently devotes time and resources toward helping patients with TMJ pain and sleep apnea, while continuing to provide general dentistry as well. Future interests include devoting time to additional oral surgery training. Jen strives to treat her patients as if they were family. She strongly believes in a multi-disciplinary approach for patient care. She is part of a large network of specialists that she trusts and collaborates with when helping patients.