Beautify your smile with dental veneers!
Is your smile making you lose your confidence in the public?
We can help restore your smile and make it irresistibly beautiful with dental veneers! Dental veneers are thin coverings of porcelain or resin applied over the front surface of the tooth. Dr. Adatrow has more than 17 years of experience in restoring people’s smiles and giving back people their confidence. In veneering, Dr. Adatrow will reduce your teeth’ size and bond the dental veneers to the front surface of your teeth.
Benefits of Dental Veneers
A wide variety of dental problems can be corrected using veneers, such as –
Before/After Dental Veneers
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Frequently Asked Questions on Dental Veneers
What is a dental veneer?
When are dental veneers recommended?
- Teeth with discoloration due to root canal treatment, excessive fluoride exposure, large fillings, tetracycline, and other medication stains.
- Veneers can also correct other cosmetic problems like worn-out teeth, cracked or fractured front teeth, the spacing between teeth, and irregularly shaped teeth.
What are the types of material used in making dental veneers?
How should I prepare for my dental laminates appointment?
You will have a preliminary consultation with Dr. Adatrow before getting your veneers to discuss which choices are right for you and how many veneers you want to have.
To determine the health of your teeth, our dental team will also take X-rays at this point. Signs of tooth decay, gum disease, or the need for root canals would be assessed. You may not be a candidate for veneers if you have any of these circumstances. However, you can be given veneers after these conditions are treated and controlled.
At the next visit, Dr. Adatrow reduces about half a millimeter of your tooth (they scrape the enamel using a grinding tool) to get precise sizing for your veneers until they take a mold (impression) of your teeth. For the creation of your veneers, this mold is then shipped off to the lab.
What are the types of dental veneers?
Generally, dental veneers are made out of porcelain. Compared to alternatives often called "no-prep veneers," the application of conventional dental veneers requires more extensive preparation work. These 'no-prep veneers' take less time and are less invasive to apply. They include choices such as Lumineers and Vivaneeres,
Typically, applying conventional dental veneers requires grinding down the structure of the tooth. This makes it easier to position correctly, but it is also an irreversible operation that can be difficult to go through and sometimes requires a local anesthetic.
On the other hand, no-prep veneers can involve some preparation or alteration of the tooth, but these modifications are minimal. Instead of scraping tooth layers under the enamel, only the enamel is affected by no-prep veneers. No-prep veneers don't require local anesthetics in certain instances.
What are composite resin veneers?
What are the steps involved in composite resin veneers?
- Dr. Adatrow prepares your tooth/ teeth, selects the appropriate shade of composite, and then carefully bonds and sculpts the composite material to your teeth.
- The composite is bound to the tooth with a special blue light. The veneers are then smoothened and polished to look like your natural teeth.
What are porcelain veneers?
What are the benefits of porcelain veneers?
- More natural-looking surface
- Requires less tooth reduction when compared to crowns