LAMINATES & VENEERS

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DENTAL LAMINATES & VENEERS-Making Your Teeth Beautiful

Dental facade (infrequently called porcelain facade or dental porcelain overlays) are skinny, specially crafted shells of tooth-hued materials intended to cover the front surface of teeth to enhance your appearance. These shells are clung to the front of the teeth changing their shading, shape, size, or length.

Dental facade can be produced using porcelain or from sap composite materials. Porcelain facade opposes recolors superior to anything pitch facade and better copy the light reflecting properties of normal teeth. You should examine the best decision of facade material for you with your dental practitioner.

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What does getting porcelain veneers involve?

Getting veneers usually requires two-four visits to complete the process, with little or no anesthesia required during the procedure. The teeth are prepared by lightly buffing and shaping the surface to allow for the thickness of the veneer. A mold or impression of the teeth is taken and a shade (color) will then be chosen by you and the dentist.

On the second visit the teeth will be cleansed with special liquids to achieve a durable bond. Bonding cement is then placed between the tooth and veneer and a special light beam is used to harden and set the bond. You will receive care instructions for veneers. Proper brushing, flossing and regular dental visits will aid in the life of your new veneers.

What Types of Problems Do Dental Veneers Fix?

  • Teeth that are discolored.
  • Teeth that are worn down.
  • Teeth that are chipped or broken.
  • Teeth that are misaligned, uneven, or unpredictably formed (for instance, have cavities or lumps in them).
  • Teeth with holes between them (to close the space between these teeth)

What's the Procedure for Getting a Dental Veneer?

Getting a dental veneer usually requires three trips to the dentist – one for a consultation and two to make and apply the veneers. One tooth or many teeth can simultaneously undergo the veneering process described below.

  • Diagnosis and treatment planning.
  • Preparation.
  • Bonding.