Are you considering dental veneers? Dental veneers are for those that have discolored, fractured teeth or if you have teeth that are not very straight. This is a procedure that is becoming more common in dental offices because everyone wants a great smile.

Dental veneers are considered a cosmetic procedure and thus, they are not completely covered by many dental insurance companies. In most cases, cosmetic dentistry, if not a medical requirement, is a procedure that you will need to pay for completely on your own.

A composite or porcelain veneer is made wafer thin and is bonded to your tooth with a special resin. There are typically two types of material that can be used in order to create the veneers. Porcelain is one of the most common materials used to make dental veneers today and has always been the material used in the past.

The other material that can be used is composite. Most of the time, these are crafted right in the dental clinic and the whole procedure of crafting and application can be done in a few hours.

It is a great way to change a smile that shows yellowed, stained teeth into one that makes you look fantastic. Although most people may not consider veneers for getting a perfect set of teeth, they work well, when the gaps need to be filled. Additionally, this procedure can be used to help people look better and feel better about their own selves. Although this procedure may be expensive it is worth it as the instant your procedure is complete, you walk out of the dental office with a brand new smile.

Not every dentist offers this procedure, so you may want to check with your current dentist first to see if they offer dental veneers. If your dentist does not offer application of dental veneer, they may able to recommend another dentist that offer it. Your dentist will first determine if you are a good candidate for dental veneers or something else might suit your problem. Veneers are crafted out of porcelain and composite after matching the color of your teeth. This ensures that the artificial tooth does not stand out as too white or yellow. A soft wax impression is taken and using that the technician makes a porcelain veneer. The process of application of the porcelain veneer is longer as it requires laboratory manufacture. But if you are looking for same day veneers, then composite ones are the key. Just walk in and walk out with a new smile.

Veneers are not for everyone, and if your teeth are not strong enough you will not be recommended to have the dental veneers applied. This procedure requires a small amount of the enamel to be drilled off in order to apply the adhesive to hold the veneer in place. If your teeth are weak or are showing signs of the deteriorating enamel, then you may not be able to have dental veneers added to your teeth for a better smile. You may need to explore other options to bring back a white smile.



Source by Linda True

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