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What you should know before Getting Veneers

Dental veneers are material like a shell that’s bonded on the facing of the teeth. They are available at dental clinics. They offer more advantages over crowns such as its minimal preparation and also a more conservative treatment. The main materials used are porcelain and composite.

If you are considering getting veneers, the following are some of the things that you need to know about it.

  1. It should be done by someone who is incredible

As much as the procedure is aesthetic, it is also a serious dental procedure so you should make sure that you visit a cosmetic dentist who is good and one who will give incredible results. Make sure that you see their before and after photos of their procedure. This will give you an idea of how qualified the cosmetic dentist is. You can schedule a consultation with Dr. Normand Bach, orthodontist.

  1. Veneers are not a must, but an option

Dental veneers basically benefit everybody, especially those who are not comfortable with how their teeth look like or with their smile. Dental veneers are ideal for people with misaligned teeth or people with brown teeth and want to whiten them permanently. Patients with chipped front teeth can also consider veneers.

  1. You can’t get the veneers instantly

Getting veneers involves some steps, and it is also time consuming. You cannot walk into the dentist’s office and expect to come out with a brand new smile on the same day. The doctor needs to do a smile analysis and confirm if you are a candidate for veneers. There are some instances where veneers are not the only option, and there are some procedures which can give the same effect. Before you go for the procedure, you should discuss with your dentist on what you like and what you don’t like about your smile, and what you hope to gain with veneers.

  1. You don’t have to veneer all of your teeth

You don’t necessarily have to get veneers for all your teeth, for example, you can do one if maybe it is just one tooth which has a problem. And you can also do the whole set of teeth depending on your budget and needs.

  1. The color of the veneer can be tricky

People generally want their teeth to be natural and white, but the truth is that teeth are either gray-white or yellow-white by nature, but everybody likes to have white-white teeth. So the tricky part is how to make their smile white without having to make the teeth appear fake, opaque, and dense. To get the perfect shade, the dentist will look at the person’s skin tone to come up with a decision which he then passes to his ceramists’ team.

  1. The process isn’t as painful as you may think

Getting veneers is not a painful procedure, but you may feel some discomfort. Patients shouldn’t feel any pain because the dentist should numb all the required areas he is working before he starts the procedure.

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