Dental Veneers Wayland MA
Dental veneers are thin laminates that enhance the appearance of teeth by changing their size, shape, and color. Dental veneers can be made from ceramic/porcelain or resin composite materials.
Dental Veneers appear similar to natural teeth and are used to solve various dental problems such as the following:
-Stained teeth as a result of root canal treatment, fluoride, medicines and when teeth whitening is not effective
-Teeth that are worn down or broken.
-Close teeth gaps.
-Teeth that are unevenly shaped and misaligned.
Advantage of Porcelain Dental Veneers
-Durable and long lasting
-They portray a bright natural looking appearance.
-A lesser amount of enamel requires to be removed compared to crown treatment.
Advantages of Composite Resin Veneers
-Normally a smaller amount of tooth enamel requires to be removed compared to crown treatment or porcelain veneers.
-Composite resin veneers occasionally require one visit to the dentist.
-They are easy and quick to repair if damaged compared to porcelain veneers, despite the porcelain veneers being stronger.
-Composite resin veneers are leveled and polished to appear like natural teeth.
-A special light is used to strengthen the composite resin veneers and connect it the teeth.
Dental Veneers Placement
-The dentist cleans the tooth, chooses the correct shade, then removes a small amount of enamel to create space for the veneer.
– A temporary dental veneer will be positioned on the tooth while the permanent veneer is created.
-When the veneer is ready, the dentist removes the temporary veneer and adheres the permanent one.
-Your bite is examined to assure a proper fit.
-A follow-up visit is likely to be scheduled to further examine your new smile.
Before the patient gets dental veneers the following is important to note:
-Gum and teeth need to be healthy before you get dental veneers. The dentist can give treatment to any disease or tooth deterioration in advance of placing dental veneers.
-Patients with bruxism are likely to be recommended for a mouthguard to protect the veneers.
-Dental veneers become free or loose over time and thus new veneers might be required.
Dental Veneers Maintenance
-Avoid biting on your fingernails and chewing on tough substances such as ice since dental veneers can breakdown when they are subjected to force.
– Hygienically brush and floss your teeth and gums every day to prevent decay and periodontal disease.
-Dental veneers may take a few days before you get used to them. Contact your dentist if you experience discomfort or have any concerns.
Enhancing your smile is possible with cosmetic dental procedures. Learn more about dental veneers by contacting Weston Dental Specialists Group. Our team of prosthodontists have several years of experience. Schedule an exam and consultation to learn what procedures are best for achieving your dental goals. Call (781) 894-0347 or schedule an appointment online. You may also visit us at 56 Colpitts Road Suite 4-6 Weston, MA 02493. New patients are always welcome.