Veneers can close the gaps between your teeth and reshape and improve the appearance of your teeth to create stunning smiles and symmetry.
We offer a range of high quality and natural-looking veneer options, including:
Veneers hide gaps, imperfections and discolouration for fast and effective smile improvement.
Veneers can fix a gummy smile and cover and conceal chips, cracks, blemishes, gaps and imperfections, helping you to create a picture-perfect smile.
Veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are placed over the front surface of the teeth to improve their appearance. They are usually made of porcelain or composite resin and can be used to address a range of cosmetic issues, such as discoloration, chipping, and gaps between teeth. Veneers are often considered a cosmetic dental treatment and can help create a more even, natural-looking smile.
Veneers can last for an average of 10-15 years, but their longevity depends on various factors, such as oral hygiene, diet, and wear and tear. If well-maintained with proper oral care and regular dental checkups, they can last even longer. However, it is essential to note that they may need to be replaced eventually due to natural wear and tear or damage.
The application of veneers typically involves several steps. First, your dentist will prepare the teeth by removing a small amount of enamel from the front surface of the tooth. Next, they will take impressions of your teeth to create custom veneers that fit your teeth precisely. Temporary veneers may be placed on your teeth while the permanent veneers are being fabricated in a dental laboratory. Once the veneers are ready, your dentist will check the fit and color match before bonding them to your teeth using a special dental adhesive. They will use a curing light to harden the adhesive and ensure a strong bond between the veneer and your tooth. After the veneers are in place, your dentist will make any necessary adjustments to ensure a comfortable and natural-looking fit.
The application of veneers involves removing a small amount of the tooth’s enamel to make space for the veneer, which is a thin shell placed on the front surface of the tooth. This removal of enamel is permanent, so it is important to carefully consider the decision to get veneers. However, when done properly by a skilled dentist, veneers should not cause significant damage to the teeth. In fact, veneers can provide additional protection to teeth that have been weakened by cracks, chips, or decay. It is important to note that proper oral hygiene and regular dental checkups are necessary to maintain the longevity of veneers.
The process of getting veneers typically involves minimal discomfort and pain, and anesthesia is usually not necessary. However, some patients may experience sensitivity during the preparation of the tooth or temporary veneer placement. Once the permanent veneers are placed, the discomfort usually subsides quickly. In some cases, patients may experience minor sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures for a few days after the procedure, but this can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medication. It’s important to discuss any concerns about pain or discomfort with your Bite Dental dentist before getting veneers.
Porcelain veneers are typically resistant to staining and discoloration, so they can maintain their color for a long time. However, just like natural teeth, they can still be affected by certain foods and drinks that can cause staining over time. It’s important to practice good oral hygiene habits and avoid consuming excessive amounts of coffee, tea, red wine, and other substances that can discolor teeth. Additionally, regular dental cleanings and check-ups can help keep your veneers looking their best.
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