What are dental veneers?
You've probably heard of the procedure to restore the smile with the help of dental veneers, because in recent years it has become very popular. Due to the influence that the media has on people's lives, many of them choose as various models celebrities who display that perfect, white, Hollywood smile. And many of us want something similar, aspire to that perfect, flawless image.
The good news is that dental veneers can do just that: they can improve the appearance of the smile by changing the shape, size and color of the teeth, so that the patient can finally smile like a Hollywood star.
Dental veneers can be made of two types of materials: composite or ceramic. Both are performed in the dental laboratory according to the dental impression taken by the doctor in the office. By far, however, the most resistant, most aesthetic and most precise are the ceramic dental veneers.
Ceramic or porcelain dental veneers are fine prosthetic pieces, 1-2 mm, which strictly cover the visible faces of the teeth (not on the inside). Usually it requires a preparation (grinding) of these faces, their imprinting, followed by computerized CAD / CAM milling in the dental laboratory. Subsequently, the dental veneers will be tested and cemented adhesively on the surfaces of the teeth with which they will form a common body, offering aesthetics and resistance.
When do we recommend dental veneers?
Dental veneers are recommended for people who have problems with dental aesthetics, such as:
- uneven or broken teeth;
- disproportionate teeth;
- intrinsic staining caused by tetracycline or other pigmentation that cannot be removed by teeth whitening;
- severe tooth decay caused by cavities;
- gritted, hugged teeth;
- chipped, fractured teeth;
- teeth with small changes in position.
When are veneers not recommended?
We do not recommend dental veneers in the following situations:
- poor hygiene;
- bruxism (gnashing of teeth at night);
- dental occlusion to the head;
- very damaged, damaged teeth, with indications of crowns.
How to take care of dental floss?
The maintenance of the dental veneers requires a simple care by daily brushing, flossing, mouthwash and descaling once every 6 months. Dentists recommend avoiding very hard or sticky foods after the procedure and consuming them in smaller amounts in the long run, as it can affect the strength of the veneers.
The strength of dental veneers depends in particular on how patients care for them and take care of them. That is why it is very important for the patient to know that hard foods could lead to damage to the dental veneer.
Among the benefits that patients can obtain through the dental veneering method, in our clinic are:
Patients who want the dental veneer method, in order to improve the aesthetics of their teeth, can consult the dentist from the LIFE DENTAL SPA clinic, for the impression and later the application by cementing of the veneers. The procedure does not require many steps. Basically, a prior consultation is required, in which the treatment plan is established.
Then follows the initial session, in which the teeth are prepared and stamped, after which the temporary veneers are made and applied, which will protect the teeth and will restore the temporary smile, until the final veneers are obtained. When they are completed by the laboratory, the doctor cements them on the dental surfaces with a special adhesive, in order to obtain the much desired smile.
LIFE DENTAL SPA Dental veneers
The Life Dental Spa Clinic receives patients both from Bucharest and from other Romanian cities or from abroad. No road is too long compared to the joy of smiling in record time!
Life Dental Spa guarantees the quality of the procedure and provides you with long-term medical care, in order to maintain the spectacular results obtained with Dental Veneers!
Change your smile, change your life! Do you want to restore your smile with the help of dental veneers?