TYPES OF DENTAL FACETS
When it comes to dental veneers, each patient is unique and has specific expectations. Some prefer zirconium, others ceramic or composite, but not every material or veneering procedure always fits.
Composite veneers are the most affordable dental veneers. Even if the cost is permissive to the majority, this does not mean that the aesthetic aspect suffers. On the contrary. In the short term, the composite can outperform zirconium and porcelain, the main condition being that the skill and skill of the dentist to be at the highest level.
"Porcelain" ceramic veneers are the most used dental veneers in dental and cosmetic clinics. With a remarkable resistance and an amazing appearance that surpasses in almost all cases any material variant, ceramics is ideal when we want a natural, bright and confident smile.
Faces made of zirconium oxide or full zirconium are the most delicate, resistant and durable dental veneers. The treatment is the newest technique in dental and restorative aesthetics, its harmonious effect being impressive especially in changing the color and shape of the teeth.
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
When we refer to the aesthetics of teeth, dental veneers have multiple advantages. However, we must specify that, although the balance tilts sharply in favor of the advantages, the veneers also have certain disadvantages. Let's see what these are in the rows below.
- clearly superior aesthetics of the teeth
- correction of tooth position defects (crowded or with wide spaces)
- White color maintained throughout the veneered teeth
- increasing the strength of the teeth
- facial rejuvenation
- increasing self-confidence and self-esteem (psychological impact)
- grinding teeth (only if necessary)
- irreversibility of treatment
- gradual accommodation with new teeth
- periodic dental check-up
- replacement with new veneer if the old one is broken or cracked
- changing the facets over time depending on the patient's biological terrain
What is tooth veneering, how do we choose the type of dental veneers, what are the ways of making and applying, what materials and techniques do we use, how long does it last and in how many stages is the treatment performed?
NO PREP FACETS
Totally non-invasive (teeth do not grind), "No Prep" veneers are addressed especially to patients after successful orthodontic therapy, but also to those who have resorted to teeth whitening techniques and were not satisfied with the results.
Facets without grinding are also recommended for those who do not want to follow the treatments specified above due to the long time they entail.