You want to correct teeth color, size or shape? With Affordable Dentistry of South Florida you can easily acquire a Hollywood smile. We deliver durable and beautiful veneers using best-of-breed techniques.
What are veneers used for?
A tooth veneer is a thin shell made of ceramic or porcelain. It is produced individually for every patient to match ideally with their other teeth. As a rule, veneers are applied on the anterior teeth and used when:
- Dental surface is severely stained;
- There’s a serious damage or breaking of enamel;
- You’re dissatisfied with teeth shape, color or size;
- The space or length between front teeth is uneven, or they’re crooked.
Use of veneers is beneficial from both health and visual standpoints, and is the best option for clients who want to improve tooth shape slightly.
How are veneers made?
In order to acquire your new smile, you need to make two to three visits to our Office. First, a dentist evaluates teeth and goals, gives best options and makes an impression to create a wax up or digitally show patient esthetic result. The dentist will take photos, then prepare teeth and make impressions that are sent to our lab for custom veneers that blend with shape and color.
They will be ready within two weeks. If you have dental or gum diseases, these conditions should be resolved first.
Upon your arrival, your dental veneers are ready, your dentist will carefully bond each porcelain veneer to the tooth surface with a strong adhesive and check for color and comfortable fit. If you need any adjustments, they will be made at this time. This is painless, no recovery period! Results are instant: you will acquire a bright healthy smile that same day!
Our veneers are stain-proof and durable– you don’t have to restrict yourself in solid foods and drinks. With a few essential dental care measures you can preserve a healthy pretty smile for years. Affordable Dentistry of South Florida will provide you with guidelines and recommendations concerning care options after veneer placement that include avoid chewing or tearing hard materials that might damage the porcelain veneers—such as nutshells, bones, or ice. If you habitually grind your teeth at night, your dentist may give you a protective appliance to keep your dental veneers from chipping. In all cases, good oral hygiene habits of brushing, flossing, and regular dentist visits will help maintain your oral health and extend the life of the dental veneers.