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Want brighter, larger or younger teeth in appearance? Porcelain Veneers DC are shells designed of tooth-like porcelain-ceramic material. When applied to the tooth surface, veneers can cover chips or cracks, or worn tooth enamel, among other things. Veneers help maintain a more natural look than what was previously available in the past. There is no reason to put up with gaps or appearance issues when they can be a simple fix, helping you create a beautiful smile.
Some problems veneers may solve are:
1. Worn enamel
4. Discolored teeth
Veneers are better suited for severe cases of dullness, wear, discoloration, mild chipping, cracking, spacing, or uneven teeth. For less spectacular dental changes, teeth whitening may be a better option. In general, it is necessary to fill in, which involves diagnosis and treatment planning, preparation and bonding, which takes at least three visits to the dentist. To prepare your teeth for Porcelain Veneers DC, your dentist will lightly buff your teeth to allow for the small added thickness of the particular veneer. Generally, about half a millimeter of your tooth is removed.
An impression of the teeth is taken and sent to a dental lab where your veneers are custom made. During your next dental visit, the dentist will attach the veneers to your teeth with a special glue to hold them in place permanently. During a two-week period of adjustment after your procedure, you may notice a slight change in the size and shape of your teeth. This is completely normal so there is no need to be alarmed.
If teeth whitening procedures do not resolve discoloration issues, dental veneers may be an appropriate solution to restore your smile. With porcelain veneers, you can have whiter and straighter teeth, which means an attractive smile that can last for years with proper maintenance. A veneer is made to match the color and shape of your teeth. Porcelain veneers are generally the preferred choice because they suit the look of natural teeth. Veneers can be used for a single tooth, which has been permanently discolored or for more than one tooth. Contact your local dentist or you can look at more info here.