Do you want a brighter, more harmonious smile, or simply different?
Dental veneers are the ideal solution. They are minimally invasive, extremely resistant and long-lived. They can also change both the colour of the tooth, but especially its shape and position, representing, in some clinical cases, an alternative to braces. The colour of veneers is permanent and does not change over time.
They are perfectly compatible with natural tooth enamel and can be made of ceramic or composite material.
Our dental veneering procedures
Dental veneer making is a complex procedure.
Dental veneers can be made directly, from composite materials, or indirectly, in the dental laboratory.
Direct veneers are done using a synthetic resin (composite) that is moulded and glued to the tooth to improve its appearance, and are made by the doctor in the clinic.
Indirect veneers require materials that most accurately mimic the tooth naturalness (ceramic, composite), and are made in the dental laboratory. These veneers can be shaped and coloured, for you to get “ideal veneers”.
The dental veneering procedure can be of two types:
- with teeth sanding - technique by which the tooth is reduced (sanded)
- without teeth sanding (no-prep) - a technique by which the tooth is not reduced (not sanded)
The procedure is adapted according to the teeth of each patient.
We plan in detail before starting any procedure, so that you know in advance what the end result will be and to be completely happy and satisfied with your new smile.
- We take a series of photos for facial and dental study.
- We use digital technology (Digital Smile Design) and show you the size, ideal position, shape, texture and colour of each new tooth. We perform a MOCK-up (test) in the clinic, which is applied directly on the unpolished natural teeth.
- You can test it for a few days to see how you feel, if it is what you want and what adjustments are needed, and then we will apply the final treatment.
Because we have our own digital dental laboratory, we can make the veneers in just a few hours, all with the help of computer-aided design and milling.
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