Dental porcelain Laminates

Veneers are thin, custom-made shells of tooth-coloured materials designed to cover the front surface of teeth if they are chipped, broken, discoloured, or to fill the gaps between the teeth . Some people may require only one veneer in the case of a broken or chipped tooth, and some might need between six to eight veneers in order to create an even, symmetrical smile.

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Diagnosis and treatment planning

Your dentist will examine your teeth to make sure dental veneers are right for you, discuss the procedure and limitations. X-rays maybe taken to evaluate your oral health.

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Do away with broken, discoloured, chipped, worn down & uneven teeth.

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This was such a pleasurable experience – I have a new smile. Loved the staff and process and went ahead with them for my dental veneers. Wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Whether you take an In-clinic check-up or Digital/ video consultation, you only pay for the treatment cost and nothing additional. Unlike other clinics we don’t charge high referral commissions to connect to the right speciality Dentist for final treatment delivery.

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  • The two types of veneers are Porcelain or Resin Composite. Porcelain Veneers resist stains better & are usually fabricated in the lab. Composite Veneers are made of resin and shaped and bonded to the tooth.
  • You need to consult a prosthodontist to know which option is better for you.
  • Veneers are a great option if you have broken, misaligned, discolored, chipped, worn down, uneven teeth or If you wish to close the space between the teeth or attain a perfect smile.
  • As the treatment requires removal of a small amount of tooth enamel to accommodate a veneer, it is usually not considered reversible.
  • Veneer is like a thin shell of material that covers the front surface of your tooth, whereas crowns usually cover the tooth like a cap.
  • There is no higher or lower incidence of tooth decay with veneers as long as the patient maintains a good oral hygiene and receives proper care. The risk of developing cavities or tooth decay is significantly minimal.
  • If correctly designed, accurately placed, with good at home care and periodic dental visit for preventive care – veneers can last between 7-20 years.
  • Porcelain Veneers should never stain
  • There will be some kind of sensitivity to hot and cold beverages initially, as a thin layer of enamel is being removed, but it should disappear after few days. It is usually recommended to avoid hot and cold beverages for the first few days.
  • There should be no pain as the procedure is carried out under local anaesthesia. There will be little or no discomfort once the numbness subsides.
  • It is usually advised to avoid hard foods like ice, apples, candy and nuts sticky foods like caramel. You can eat most food items as the Porcelain Veneers are very strong, but they can crack under very strong forces.
  • Try not to panic, call your Prosthodontist immediately and they will give you an appointment as soon as possible. You might have sensitivity after the veneer has come off. Please try to save the veneer and don’t try to fix it back yourself.
  • It depends on your dental insurance. The cost is usually not covered by insurance as it is a cosmetic procedure. But to be sure, check with your dental insurance company.
  • Dental bonding, Crown and Bridges for minor chips, cracks and broken tooth.
  • Dental Implants for missing teeth.
  • Teeth whitening for discolored teeth.