Dental veneers are slim wafer cases composed of a tooth-colored substance that is utilized to overlay the front of the teeth for cosmetic objectives and are also known as porcelain veneers. Veneers are practiced to modify the length, color, shape, or size of teeth and are glued to the front of the tooth.
Either resin composites or porcelain is used for the production of veneers. Resin veneers are lighter and need less elimination of the tooth surface to locate. So, when deciding on the best option, it is a good idea to discuss with your dentist to find more information regarding this.
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How Is Veneer Applied?
You will need to visit the dentist three times if you want to get dental veneers, one for the consultation, the second for creating the veneers, and a third for their application. Veneers can be attached to one tooth or to several teeth at the same time.
Before the dentist prepares your teeth and makes the veneers, you need to describe the type of result you want to achieve. Your teeth will be examined by your dentist at the first appointment and your dentist will determine if the veneers are suitable for you. Your dentist can examine your teeth and mouth, as well as perform dental x-rays.
Before attaching the dental veneers to your teeth permanently, your dentist will make sure that the veneers are properly fitted and are the correct color by temporarily placing them on your teeth. To make sure the veneers are in place properly, your dentist may remove and cut them several times. Your dentist can use cement to match the color of the veneers to your natural teeth. The dentist will then clean, polish, and carve your teeth to make them rough for a strong bonding process.