Common types of Veneers treatment
Porcelain veneers are fabricated based on the impressions of the patient’s teeth, and are resistant to stains and highly durable.
Composite Resin Veneers
These veneers are made up of tooth-coloured composite resin material. The composite resin is bonded to the front surface of the teeth, sculpted, and then polished to achieve the desired appearance.
When does one need veneers?
Here are some common reasons why someone may consider getting veneers treatment.
Veneers can effectively cover severe tooth discoloration that does not respond well to teeth whitening treatments.
They can close small gaps or spaces between teeth without the need for orthodontic treatment.
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What are the advantages of veneers treatment?
Aesthetics: Veneers can dramatically improve the appearance of your smile by covering imperfections such as stains, discoloration, chips, cracks, or uneven tooth alignment.
Minimally invasive: Compared to some other dental treatments, veneers are a relatively conservative option. The process involves minimal removal of tooth structure, often limited to the enamel, making it a less invasive alternative to crowns or dental implants.
Versatility: Veneers can address a wide range of cosmetic concerns, including tooth color, shape, size, and alignment. They can close gaps, reshape teeth, and improve the appearance of your smile.
Stain-resistant: They are usually made from porcelain or composite resin, both of which are highly resistant to stains. This means that you can enjoy a long-lasting, bright smile without worrying about discoloration caused by foods, beverages, or tobacco use.
Durability: Veneers are designed to be durable and long-lasting. Regular oral hygiene practices like flossing, brushing, and dental check-ups can help prolong the lifespan of your veneers.
Immediate results: The process of getting veneers typically involves a few visits to the dentist. However, once the veneers are placed, the results are immediate.
Conservative alternative: Veneers can be a conservative alternative to more extensive dental treatments. For instance, in some cases, they can achieve similar results as orthodontic treatment or extensive tooth reshaping, but with less time and without the need for braces or surgery.