Dental Veneers

Dental veneer is the ultimate dental treatment solution for patient with broken or chipped teeth, short and discolored teeth as well as those patients who want to have a perfect set of teeth without the need to go through extensive and time-consuming orthodontic treatment. Dental veneers, also called porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates, are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials placed over the front surface of teeth to improve tooth appearance. Allowing alteration of tooth position, shape, size and color. The end results, a dramatic cosmetic makeover like “Hollywood Smile”.

Benefits of Veneers

  • Dramatic, Yet Natural Cosmetic Enhancement
  • Minimal Tooth Preparation
  • Difficult to stain and durable
  • Brightens your smile and improve self-esteem
  • Has translucence and texture similar natural enamel
  • Closes gaps between teeth
  • Lengthens and reshape teeth
  • Repairs chipped, broken, worn down or misshapen teeth
  • Color of a porcelain veneer can be selected such that it makes dark teeth appear whiter
  • Does not require extensive shaping that crowns do and is a stronger, more aesthetic alternative to bonding

Procedure for Veneers Treatment

Appointment 1: The dentist will check your teeth then numb and Shape your teeth for veneers. After that we will Impression of your tooth and color selection for the bridge.

Appointment 2: The dentist will put a veneer on your teeth and adjust it as needed. You will be able to reveal a new smile as well.

Appointment 3: Re-checking

Recovery Expectations

The gums may have some minor tenderness for a couple days after the procedure. Some individuals may experience sensitivity in teeth. This sensitivity will disappear gradually over a few days to weeks.

Post care Instructions

  1. Avoid chewing on or eating hard foods on the restorations for 24 hours from the time they were cemented
  2. To help with discomfort or swelling rinse your mouth 3xd with warm salt water. (1tsp. of salt in 8oz of water)
  3. Keep crown area clean to maintain tissue compatibility (the contour of the prosthesis must allow the surrounding tissue to conform to a natural, healthy position)
  4. Some sensitivity in teeth may be experienced by certain patients. This sensitivity will disappear gradually over a few days to weeks. If teeth are sensitive
  5. Avoid hot, cold or acidic food and beverages
  6. Pain medication be taken as directed as long as there is no medical contradiction based upon your medical history
  7. Use fluoride rinse and toothpaste for sensitive teeth
  8. Clean teeth properly