Porcelain Veneers have improved over recent years, as have many of the techniques and materials used within Cosmetic Dentistry today. Dental porcelain veneers are an excellent way to embellish and correct chipped, stained or crooked teeth.
It may be that you are simply unhappy with the look of your existing Veneers. Outdated Dental Veneers tend to feel thick and bulky, dull and somewhat unnatural looking in comparison to the Porcelain Veneers available today. A porcelain veneer is a thin shell of heat-fired porcelain that is custom made to fit your teeth. They are separate veneers of porcelain that are bonded to the teeth. The patient brushes, flosses and eats routinely.
The non-invasive porcelain veneer adds another layer of porcelain to the existing tooth. The tooth can be far less delicate, much whiter and awfully natural looking. Less tooth sensitivity is a big advantage if the dentist is very proficient in dental bonding. P orcelain veneers are usually made either from porcelain or from resin composite materials. Porcelain ones will better mimic the light reflection qualities of natural teeth, than resin veneers.
However, it is important to ensure the Dentist you choose is skilled and capable within this area of Cosmetic Dentistry. With more than a decades experience within this field extending into and including international expert training he has placed thousands of Porcelain Veneers.
A certain amount of preparation may be required before your new Porcelain Veneers are bonded. The best choice of veneer material, however, needs to be discussed with your dentist prior to treatment. In addition there is a range of relaxing Spa treatments available to help patients to relax.
Veneers represent an old-school approach to changing a color of one's teeth, while shape-veneers at the same time do not require the great amount of shaping prior to the treatment