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What are veneers?

Why do we use veneers?

Veneers are a layer of very thin, almost transparent restorative material, placed over the damaged tooth. They can be fabricated of composites or ceramics without any metal.

When do we use veneers and why do we use them?

If a tooth is chipped, has damaged enamel, damaged from caries or just discolored as a result of bad habits and it no longer looks natural, a veneer might be a great solution to cover all of the above mentioned flaws. They can also be used to reduce the gap between the teeth.

How are veneers fabricated?

Dental veneers

Composite veneers are fabricated directly in the mouth of the patient, by a dentist, without any help of the dental laboratory. Ceramic veneers fabrication is a bit more complex and request for a quality preparation of the tooth. A thin layer of enamel (cca. 0,5 mm) is removed from the front part of the tooth, then an impression is made, which is then forwarded to the dental lab. Dental impression serves to make a model of the tooth in gypsum, which serves as a base for the fabrication of a veneer. Veneer fabricated in this way will perfectly combine with your tooth, and secure a longer lifetime of a veneer.

What are the feature of veneers?

Their disadvantage is their sensitivity and rather short lifetime. Ceramic veneers are more resistant to discoloration and look more natural.

Our patients said about us…

Hi, fantastic girls and good guys!
The work that you did for me was excellent and I feel it every day more and more as if they were my natural teeth. I take every opportunity to talk about you to my friends and acquaintances, and I think some of them will visit you. As for me, I consider you really efficient and professional. I would like my children to be like you at least a little bit, but like most of our youth they are lazy and without ambition. Congratulations! You are one big family that deserves respect, honor and success. Warm hugs to each one of you.

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