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Tribeca Smiles Announces Free Consultations for Edelweiss Veneers Patients

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Dr. Frederick E. Solomon of New York dental practice Tribeca Smiles are proud to announce that they are now offering free consultations to their patients prior to treatment with new Edelweiss Veneers.

April 1, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Dr. Frederick E. Solomon of New York dental practice Tribeca Smiles are proud to announce that they are now offering free consultations to their patients prior to treatment with new Edelweiss Veneers. Edelweiss Veneers are a cost-effective, efficient and an alternative to traditional porcelain veneers. For generations, porcelain veneers were the go-to solution for patients with crooked teeth, tooth gaps, misshapen teeth and damaged teeth. The process for completing a set of these veneers often involves multiple trips to the dentist’s office and can be painful to endure as the veneers are sanded and glued into place. This method is time-consuming and expensive, often causing patients to ignore treatment and continue to suffer their symptoms instead.

Tribeca Smiles is happy to offer Edelweiss Veneers to their valued patients because of the amount of stress the product removes from the experience of getting veneers. “We believe that Edelweiss Veneers prove the benefits of advanced technology for dental patients, and it’s our philosophy to provide as comfortable, safe and painless an experience as we can, which is why we’re offering free consultations to our patients considering veneers. Edelweiss Veneers are a great solution because they provide all the benefits of modern veneers for our patients who have broken, crooked, misshapen or discolored teeth and have been reluctant to undergo what traditionally has been a painful, hours-long process. Now we can hand-customize, fit and finish their veneers in a fraction of the time, reducing cost, discomfort and inconvenience,” said Dr. Solomon.

Edelweiss Composite Veneers are prefabricated and hand-customized by the team at Tribeca Smiles to create the size and shape that result in each patient’s desired outcome. The finished product is a complete, uniform smile that displays evenly colored and shaped teeth. Because Edelweiss Veneers are prefabricated, they are more cost-effective than the porcelain type which has to be fabricated by a technician onsite. More work can be accomplished in less time. Made with laser technology, Edelweiss Veneers are more durable than ceramic veneers, lending a luminous sheen and natural finish, and they retain their appearance by being more resistant to scratching, staining, chipping and dulling. Learn more by visiting the Tribeca Smile website at www.tribecasmiles.com and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLTCS3OsUiE.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Frederick E. Solomon
Email: Fred@tribecasmiles.com
Phone: (212) 473-4444
Organization: Tribeca Smiles

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