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     Dental Veneer

Dental veneers, sometimes also termed porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates, are custom-designed shells of tooth-like ceramic material that, when applied over the surface of a tooth, can cover worn tooth enamel, uneven tooth alignment or spacing and chips or cracks.

Dental veneers fall into the category of cosmetic dentistry because they create a bright, white smile with beautifully aligned, shapely teeth. Even better, the translucent ceramic quality of today's veneers provides a more natural look than what?s been available in the past.

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Dental veneers, sometimes also termed porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates, are custom-designed shells of tooth-like ceramic material that, when applied over the surface of a tooth, can cover worn tooth enamel, uneven tooth alignment or spacing and chips or cracks.

Dental veneers fall into the category of cosmetic dentistry because they create a bright, white smile with beautifully aligned, shapely teeth. Even better, the translucent ceramic quality of today's veneers provides a more natural look than what?s been available in the past.

Regardless of what causes unattractive teeth, dental veneers may solve most or even all of your cosmetic dental issues, including:
  • Worn enamel: Over time, the thin, hard white substance covering your teeth (enamel) may become worn, dulled, and discolored. Such wear and discoloration may be natural or the result of a genetic predisposition; however, it is often a result of your habits (soft drink, tea, or coffee consumption, smoking, medication use, etc.).
  • Wear and tear: Teeth naturally wear down as people age. Aged teeth are more likely to have chips, cracks or a generally uneven appearance.
  • Genetics: Certain people may be born with abnormal spacing between the teeth that grows wider as they age.
  • Uneven teeth: Uneven teeth can result from tooth grinding or general wear and tear.
Are You a Candidate for Porcelain Veneers?
Candidates for porcelain veneers generally have strong and healthy teeth. Imperfections such as stained or discolored teeth, chipped or worn teeth, gaps between the teeth, irregularly shaped teeth, or slightly misaligned teeth may make a person consider porcelain veneers. It is important for patients to know that porcelain veneers are a cosmetic treatment. If the patient has a tooth that is seriously damaged or decayed they may need to undergo a restorative dentistry procedure, such as placement of a dental crown, to ensure that the teeth and gums are in good health.

What Type of Cosmetic Changes Can Porcelain Veneers Make for a Tooth?
Porcelain veneers are often used to make cosmetic changes for teeth that are chipped, worn, stained, crooked, or discolored. You need to realize, however, that case selection is an extremely important factor associated with predicting the success of this technique. Porcelain veneers cannot be utilized in every situation.

Only your dentist can determine that placing porcelain veneers is an appropriate treatment choice for you. And they can only make this determination after a thorough dental examination. Even if you find that porcelain veneers are not appropriate for your specific situation, your dentist can most likely suggest other treatment options that can make the type of cosmetic change you are seeking. Veneers can be used to:

Repair minor tooth imperfections and defects: Teeth that have small chips or whose surface is worn or misshapen are often good candidates for porcelain veneers.

Cover over and conceal fillings that have become stained or discolored: Old fillings and previous attempts at cosmetic bonding that have become discolored can usually be masked with porcelain veneers.

Make color changes for teeth that have permanent stains: Some teeth are just naturally discolored. This includes teeth that have tetracycline or fluorosis staining and those that have become darkened as a result of physical trauma or root canal treatment. In many cases these teeth are good candidates for porcelain veneers. In some cases porcelain veneers can be used as an alternative to orthodontic treatment.

To close the spaces ("tooth gaps") that lie between a person's teeth: If their misalignment is not too excessive, porcelain veneers can sometimes be used to give a person's smile a more even appearance without the use of braces.
 
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