The Beauty of Smiles with Veneers

Aesthetic Smile Transformation

Veneers

Veneers are thin coverings that can be made from composite and ceramics, including a special type of ceramic veneers known as Luminaries. These innovative solutions allow you to transform your smile without the need for tooth preparation.

Composite veneers

Composite veneers can be done in a single visit to the dentist. They are suitable when veneers are needed on a small number of teeth or as a temporary solution. It is important to note that composite veneers have a higher predisposition to staining, which depends on your lifestyle, habits, and oral hygiene.

Porcelain veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin shells that cover the outer surface of the teeth, providing changes in color, shape, or position. The progress and development of ceramics has enabled the dental profession to create a new smile with outstanding aesthetic characteristics.

Ceramic veneers are thin flakes that cover the outer surface of the teeth, providing changes in the color, shape or position of the teeth. They are very thin, allowing natural light transmission similar to enamel, resulting in a natural appearance. Thanks to the characteristics of the material, your smile will have an incredibly brilliant and radiant look.

Luminaries

Luminaries are thin ceramic shells that can be placed without additional tooth preparation. They are quick and painless to place, and they are characterized by high strength. By using luminaries, existing flaws can be effectively concealed.

The main difference between veneers and luminaries lies in the material they are made of. Luminaries are cast from a special type of ceramic that makes them more durable and thinner than traditional veneers. Their greatest advantage is that they do not require prior tooth preparation.

WHEN ARE PORCELAIN VENEERS MADE?

Changing the color of teeth

Porcelain veneers are used to change the color of teeth in cases of intense staining, fluorosis, pulpless teeth, or color changes due to aging or large fillings.

Changing the shape and position of teeth

Porcelain veneers are applied to rotated teeth, diastema (gaps between teeth), cracked teeth, or for the reconstruction of teeth with poor alignment.

Functional reasons

Porcelain veneers are experimentally used to solve issues such as an open bite or loss of contact between teeth.

Lengthening short or broken teeth

Shortened or broken teeth can be reconstructed with porcelain veneers.

HOW TO MAINTAIN VENEERS?

Regular check-ups and proper oral hygiene are key to the longevity and preservation of veneers. It is recommended to regularly brush your teeth, use a soft toothbrush and interdental brushes for cleaning the spaces between teeth. Additionally, regular visits to the dentist for professional cleaning and plaque removal contribute to maintaining your veneers in excellent condition.

Veneers are the ideal choice for a beautiful smile with healthy natural teeth.
Combined with the use of metal-free crowns and bridges, we achieve exceptional aesthetic results for a perfect smile!

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