Dental veneering is a sophisticated procedure utilized on front lower arch and front upper arch teeth to refashion existing teeth and also to aesthetically reconstruct the smile. The treatment is sometimes utilized to correct teeth with big gaps between them or to space out teeth that are crowded, to extend shorter teeth, to fix crooked teeth, or repair stained teeth.
Veneers are oftentimes positioned in front exterior of anterior teeth and they're fixed on the sides so as to ensure stability. The back face of the tooth will remain unchanged. With the use of pictures brand new shades and styles can be personalized according to the complexion and face structure as well as personality of the patient.
Porcelain overlays offer the most life-like material and have great ability to resemble natural teeth. It is the main aesthetic treatment utilized to refashion a smile as veneers will shine, have depth and layers in shading, reflect light, feel smooth, and appear as if they were your very own. The main contrast between existing teeth and tooth veneers are that overlays won't blemish over time and if correctly maintained they will last for many years.
In order to start the redesigning procedure, information must be gathered and reviewed before there can be a formulation of a complete treatment plan. Information accumulating happens by carrying out a comprehensive evaluation, making lower and upper teeth impressions, digital x-rays, photographs, and a bite analysis. Only after all the details have been collected and examined by a group of dental health care specialists can an extensive consultation to cover all the treatment options. Parts of the redesigning procedure will outline individual attributes such as complexion, colour of hair, personality, face shape, lip formation, width and length of the smile will be examined to be incorporated into the outcome.
The full veneering procedure will take approximately four therapy visits and can be completed in less than a month.
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