Dental veneering is an advanced system utilized on anterior lower arch and anterior upper arch teeth to modernize existing teeth and also to aesthetically modernize the smile. It is typically applied in situations to repair problems with teeth that have gaps in them or crowded teeth, discolored teeth, to lengthen short teeth, or to change the shape of teeth.
Veneers are a thin layer of porcelain ceramic that is attached to the individual's tooth, but are only glued on the sides and front exterior of the teeth. The only side of the tooth that will remain unchanged will be the backside. With the use of photography brand new tones and styles can be individualized in line with the appearance and facial structure in addition to personality of the patient.
The best veneers are those built of ceramic for the reason that they closely resemble real teeth. It is the key aesthetic procedure utilized to alter a smile as overlays will shine, have layers and depth in shading, reflect light, feel soft, and appear as if they were your very own. The main contrast between natural teeth and tooth veneers are that overlays will not stain over time and if correctly preserved they may last for quite some time.
In order to start the redesigning procedure, information must be gathered and analyzed before there can be a formulation of a broad treatment plan. Info can be gathered with a thorough examination, digital radiographs, images of the teeth, a suitable bite analysis, and molds of the lower and upper teeth. Only after all the information have been collected and assessed by a team of oral health care professionals can an extensive consultation to cover all the treatment options. Components of the redesigning process will feature personal attributes such as complexion, color of hair, style, facial shape, shape of lips, width and smile lengh will be examined to be included into the result.
The whole treatment can be performed in about a month with approximately four dental visits.
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