The materials used in making of Dental Veneers are either porcelain or resin composite. However Dentists and patients generally prefer a Porcelain Veneer because it has the ability to resist tooth stains better than resin composite.
Problems fixed by Dental Veneers
Our mouth is prone to multiple dental problems. Some are fixed by medications but certain problems such as Periodontal Disease and any such gum disease might require dental surgery. You can know about ‘Price dental veneers’ (also known as ‘prix facettes dentaires’ in French language) online through the web.
Procedure of getting Dental Veneers
You will be required to visit your dentist three times for the successful completion of your dental veneers. The first trip will be consultation and analysis of your teeth. The second and third will be to make and finally apply the veneers. The veneering process (for one or multiple teeth) is as follows:
a. In the first stage your Dentist will prepare the diagnosis plan and it requires your proactive participation. You need to tell your dentist about why you wish to undergo this treatment. Your teeth will be examined and based on those examinations your dentist will inform whether dental veneers are suitable for you or not.
b. The second stage is preparation. For this your dentist will remove around ½ mm of your enamel. This is the exact thickness of the veneer which will be added to your tooth surface. Your dentist will then make a model or impression of your tooth. You can discuss with your dentist about the use of anesthesia. After all this is done the sample will be sent to the lab and will be delivered to your dentist within 1-2 weeks.