Dental veneers are the best and the latest devices that can correct minor tooth imperfections. Porcelain veneers are extremely flexible making them perfect for correcting different types of dental issues. The porcelain being fine and thin has many of the same qualities as the enamel of your teeth including the looks and feel. If you choose to have porcelain teeth with dental veneers your teeth will not be looking different but will definitely look better. Veneers are durable and being similar to enamel also extremely hard. When you decide to use dental veneers your smile will have a fantastic appearance for several years as long as you take good care of your teeth with proper oral hygiene and cleaning.
When you visit the dentist in Toronto you may be offered three types of veneers for your teeth. They are direct composite veneers, indirect composite veneers, and porcelain veneers.
Direct composite veneers are made from a composite resin that will be applied directly to your teeth. The dentist will not require a long time to prepare your teeth for the application which is considered a minimally invasive process.
Indirect composite veneers are only different in the application process because the material used to make them remains the same. Your teeth will be prepared just as they would be for direct composite veneers but the placements will be custom made out of the mouth in your dentists office or a dental laboratory. You will be given a set of temporary veneers until the indirect veneers are ready. The indirect composite veneers will be applied on your teeth during your next appointment with a layer of adhesive. This variety can withstand more abrasions and resist fractures than the direct version. However they are more expensive than direct composite veneers.
Porcelain veneers are made out of porcelain exclusively for your teeth. The veneers will be made after a dentist takes impressions of your teeth that will be used by the dental laboratory to make them. The veneers will only be ready after a week or longer but you will receive temporary veneers to wear in your mouth while you wait. The dentist will cement the thin porcelain shells to the front surfaces of your teeth and shape them to appear as natural as possible.
When you decide to have veneer teeth either from porcelain or composite veneers you must understand they can dramatically improve the appearance of the teeth that are crooked, broken, or chipped and even close large gaps between the teeth. You must also consider the costs that will be involved because porcelain veneers are not inexpensive and therefore you will want high-quality materials and work that will last for quite some time. The results will be seen by everyone the moment you open your mouth. Therefore it is suggested that you take the time to research your options and study the pros and cons of each variety before you decide. Discuss with Yonge Eglinton Dental Care about whether your smile will be better off with dental porcelain or composite resin veneers because he or she is the best professional who can advise you on this subject.
No reasons have been provided by the medical fraternity to say anyone cannot get dental veneers. Some rare cases have been noticed where dental veneers were simply not the best treatment option for the patient. In some cases patients have underlying issues that need to be treated before the dentist can proceed with the application. However it must be remembered that these are exceptions because for most people getting veneers is a simple as getting their teeth cleaned.
Veneers are a versatile tool meaning they can be used for fixing many issues. Most commonly dentists are using them to fix chips, cracks in the surface of the tooth and minor breaks. Dental veneers have now become synonymous with a perfect smile and can be used to whiten, straighten, and rectify minor defects in your smile as well.
Most people are prefer to have veneers on the front eight teeth that are most visible when they smile. Veneers of all types including composite veneers are relatively expensive and could be one of the reasons why people are holding themselves back from having them on the front surfaces of their teeth.