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Transform Your Smile with Custom Porcelain Veneers

Ceramic veneers are thin ceramic flakes that cover the front surface of the teeth and are the ideal solution for achieving a harmoniously shaped smile and bright white teeth.

They stick to the front surface of the teeth and change their color, shape, size and position.

What problems are solved by veneers?

Veneers are routinely used in:

What is the procedure for making veneers?

Diagnosis and treatment planning. This first step also requires your participation. Explain to the doctor the result you want to achieve. During the appointment, the doctor will do an examination to determine if the ceramic veneers are suitable for you and discuss the procedure and limits.

Preparation. In order to place veneers on the teeth, it is necessary to reshape the tooth surface by an amount approximately equal to the thickness of the ceramic veneer, which is about 0.8 mm. A dental impression is then taken and sent to a dental laboratory. In the meantime, temporary veneers are placed on the teeth. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia.

Cementing. Prior to permanent cementation of veneers on prepared teeth, veneers are temporarily placed to inspect the fit, color, and shape. It is necessary to prepare the tooth for cementation and it is cleaned, polished and etched. After the veneer is prepared and the cement is applied, it is placed on the tooth and polymerized. Excess cement is removed.

What are the advantages of ceramic veneers?

Do veneers require special care?

They do not demand. Continue with good oral hygiene by brushing, flossing and mouthwash.

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Ready to transform your smile with porcelain veneers? Contact Turabi Dentistry to schedule a consultation. Our expert team will guide you through the process, answer your questions, and help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.

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Minimal preparation veneers involve your dentist removes around .5 to .7 mm of enamel from the tooth to allow the veneer to adhere correctly.
Once the tooth is prepared, your dentist takes measurements and sends them to the dental lab to create a custom veneer.
At your next appointment, your dentist will permanently bond your bespoke veneer over the tooth.

A veneer can last up to 15 years with proper care, oral hygiene, and avoiding nail-biting and teeth grinding.

You treat a veneer as you would a tooth without the covering. Brush and floss regularly, and avoid staining foods or drink, and habits like tobacco use.

If you do not suffer from gum disease and have enough enamel on the tooth for the veneer, you can get a veneer.

There are no restrictions as to the number of teeth you can cover with veneers. The number of veneers depends on the cosmetic changes you want to make to your smile.

Sometimes some of your tooth’s surface may be hidden beneath the gumline. If too much is unexposed, there will be insufficient structure for a crown to be fitted or for a veneer to adhere correctly.

Crown lengthening is also performed for cosmetic purposes. Some patients have what is called a “gummy smile,” meaning that a significant amount of their gums are exposed when they smile.

After applying a local anaesthetic, your dentist surgically removes very small amounts of gum tissue until the dentist achieves your desired appearance.

Avoid brushing the area until the stitches absorb or are removed. In addition to using a cotton swab with antiseptic mouthwash, you can use a toothpick to gently remove any trapped food particles until you can brush and floss normally.

You can chew and drink on the opposite sides of your mouth to avoid irritating your healing gums. You should also avoid acidic foods or anything that is sticky and might get caught around your gumline.

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