Dental veneers, which may be preferred sometimes for health and sometimes for an aesthetic feel, can also be determined according to the person’s purpose. For this reason, the method of placing dental veneers should be decided after consultation with a specialist doctor.
Dental veneers are mostly made of composite materials or porcelain. Each type also has its advantages and disadvantages.
A composite dental veneer is also known as a resin veneer due to the use of a resin that matches the color of the tooth. It has a structure that can be used not only for visual arrangement, but also for dental treatment. It is also used to treat caries, correct the shape and size of teeth and remove tooth stains. However, it has a structure that can easily be used in the treatment of split teeth as a laminate or for aesthetic purposes. The composite dental veneers method, which heals faster than other veneer methods and can be applied, is often an economical option.
Dental veneers for crowns are made from high-quality ceramic materials such as porcelain or zirconia. These materials are in perfect harmony with natural teeth and offer a natural look. In addition, veneers improve the shape, size and color of the teeth, allowing a person to achieve a harmonious aesthetic smile on their face.
Types of veneers:
Composite Veneers – These veneers are used to correct imperfections in your teeth such as chips and cracks as advised by your dentist. Veneers are made instantly while you wait to produce a quality finish for your tooth. However, these composites are more easily stained. They may require a strict regimen of good oral hygiene and regular maintenance polish. Their average lifespan is usually 5 years, making them inexpensive dental veneers.
Porcelain Veneers – Over the years, porcelain has been used to produce high-quality veneers with a better shine, look and more natural feel to teeth. These amazing dental shells are created by special dental technicians in a dental laboratory. They may require a little modification to your enamel being milled to fit. But the results are worth it. The fact that they can be easily customized makes them popular for improving the color, shape and appearance of your teeth. The only downside is that they are quite expensive.
Removable Veneers – Further advances in technology led to the invention of snap or removable veneers. They are made of strong and hard dental resin and are painless and easy to remove. They can be used to cover up missing teeth or gaps, yellowed or stained teeth can also be addressed in this way. However, the structure of your teeth is not changed with this procedure and these veneers do not address more serious cosmetic problems such as crooked teeth that need to be treated by an orthodontist.
Advantages of veneers:
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