When people seek cosmetic dentistry to improve their smile, porcelain veneers are a celebrated option. Unlike a crown that completely covers the tooth, a veneer is a super thin layer of a very heavy-duty porcelain, composite bonding, or ceramic. When bonded to a tooth, the veneer creates a natural, translucent, and new surface. It improves the appearance of the visible portion of your tooth instantly.
To begin, you will need a consultation with your dentist, who should have competence in cosmetic procedures. You should consider what you do not like about your smile and ascertain how you want it improved. Veneers may not be ideal for you. Other cosmetic dental procedures are available that may be a better fit for the characteristics you wish to change.
Porcelain veneers can fix many minor to moderate troubles, including the size, shape, and color of your teeth. Gaps between teeth can be filled, as well as the lengthening or shortening of teeth to complete your nice smile.
Your dentist will also discuss both types of veneers: traditional veneers and prepless veneers. Before a traditional veneer is put on the tooth, the dentist first removes a very thin layer of enamel. Enamel cannot be replaced, which is one reason this method is irreversible.
The second procedure is called ‘no-prep’ or ‘prepless.’ With this type, enamel removal is generally not necessary. When no enamel is removed, the treatment can be reversible. However, this procedure has specific criteria.
Furthermore, it is possible to use both types of veneers for multiple teeth, depending on the condition of each tooth.
Your dentist will help you assess your unique needs and advise you on how to reach your goals. Once you and your dentist have created a dental plan, your dentist will work with a laboratory and dental team to assure everything is carried out as planned.
If you do not have a dentist, we invite you to visit our singular practice at 4145 Belt Line Rd Ste 208 in Addison. Jordana Contrucci is an accomplished smile makeover artist. Experience is a critical consideration. Call 469-998-2515 today to schedule a cosmetic dental consultation.
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