Dr. Danielle Wehle offers porcelain veneers to patients who have damaged teeth. They are an optimal restoration because they consist of thin shells that require minimal removal of enamel to work. If you are wondering whether this treatment is right for you, then consider the following benefits.   1. They Are More Durable   When you have chips or cracks in your teeth, you want a restoration that will cover them up for a while. Some restorations last less than 10 years. When you get your veneers from our dentist, you can expect them to last up to 25 years. You can extend the longevity of your veneers with basic maintenance. You should continue to brush and floss your teeth every day.   2. Gum Tissue Tolerates Porcelain Well   Over the years, veneers have been made out of a variety of substances. While you have options, the best choice at your disposal is porcelain. Gum tissue handles it well, so you do not have to worry about irritation as much. Additionally, porcelai ...