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Veneers are wafer-thin cosmetic installations dentists glue to your teeth’s enamel to conceal imperfections. These permanent fixtures are necessary for patients with large cracks and chips in their teeth. They’re also great for hiding widespread discoloration and are arguably a better alternative to teeth whitening, giving you much whiter teeth.
The concept of dental veneers dates back to the 1920s, but it wasn't until the 1980s that a groundbreaking improvement occurred?
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Dentists mostly recommend veneers for fixing large chips and fractures in the teeth. They’re especially useful when dental bonding, fillings, or crowns can't resolve these fractures. The veneers will conceal the large chips, ensuring a seamless smile without the need for invasive surgery.
You can also get veneer to hide widespread discoloration in the teeth from dental decay, consumption of highly-pigmented drinks, or excessive tobacco use.
Veneers are also great for fixing uneven smiles where a few teeth are longer and shorter than the rest. Teeth worn out from bruxism and clenching can appear shorter than the rest. Veneers conceal the worn-out teeth for a perfectly uniform set of teeth.
Getting veneers starts with consulting one of our highly-qualified dentists. The consultation will start by reviewing your dental and medical history, followed by an examination and taking X-rays of the affected teeth. This information helps determine your suitability for the procedure. If suitable, the dentist will create a treatment plan before proceeding to the next step.
Next, the dentist will use a dental trimmer to shave a thin layer of enamel (usually less than 1mm) to create room for the veneers. Once removed, the dentist will use dental putty to take impressions of your teeth. They’ll then send the putty mold to a laboratory responsible for creating your custom veneers.
After taking impressions of your teeth, the dentist will place removable temporary veneers made from acrylic on your teeth. These will protect your shaven teeth from exposure to the environment that causes sensitivity to hot and cold food. They’ll also give you a preview of what your veneers will look like once completed. Meanwhile, the lab will manufacture your veneers in about three weeks.
Once ready, the dentist will schedule an appointment for the try-in and fitting. During the appointment, the dentist will place the veneers in your teeth and ask you how comfortable they feel. They’ll make any necessary adjustments before applying dental cement on the veneers and glueing them on your teeth. They’ll then cure it with a special light to secure them in place.
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No, shaving your teeth by yourself can be dangerous and have serious repercussions on your dental health. However, the dentist will professionally shave your teeth to accommodate your new veneers. You might feel a bit of sensitivity that should dissipate in a couple of days.
Porcelain veneers are among the most durable types of veneers and should last twenty years or more if you take proper care of them. However, you might have to replace your veneers if you accidentally damage them in an accident or fall.