Ceramic veneers, resin-based composite veneers, and Empress Veneers are the three most common veneer types. Ceramic veneers are made of solid and robust dental ceramics that are mounted over the tooth and molded into extremely thin shells. In contrast to the teeth adjacent to it, this additional coating over the tooth will make it bulky and very unnatural. Inside the mouth, it can also feel awkward for the patient. To avoid this, a thin layer of tooth structure is removed from the front and sides of the tooth by the dentist to accommodate the extra ceramic layer. The dentist must make an impression of the tooth until the tooth is prepared, so that its exact form and surrounding teeth can be repeated later. To allow it to blend in and look normal, the dentist must also reproduce the original color of the tooth. With several days in between, this full process involves two visits. There is one more visit to put the veneer on the tooth until the veneer is ready and make any changes if necessary. The veneer is eventually cemented on the tooth, but if necessary during subsequent visits, further changes are always possible. By clicking we get more information about the Des Moines veneers
Composite veneers based on resin are much simpler than veneers developed in the laboratory and often do not yield the best esthetic and functional performance. During one doctor’s appointment, the whole procedure can be completed. Similar to ceramic veneers, the tooth is first prepared and reshaped if desired. The dentist carefully sculpts and binds the veneer using a composite material that suits the color and hue of the original teeth. Finally, in order to solidify the composite, a special light is used and the tooth is polished and smoothed to appear normal.
The most efficient and common veneer type is arguably Empress Veneers. Empress Veneers provide the perfect match for enamel-like wear that is gentle with opposing tooth structures, making it the best choice compared to other veneers. As they can whiten teeth, close holes, and build an overall flawless smile, Empress veneers are a fantastic alternative for orthodontics. With more than 25 million patients worldwide, the IPS Empress pressed ceramic device guarantees maximum aesthetics and longevity. These high quality, glass-ceramic materials have reliable veneers with long-lasting durability. Empress veneers are, similarly, small ceramic/porcelain shells that are attached to the teeth. With gums or the surrounding teeth, they cause no problems, and give a very natural white look without staining. Empress veneers are a perfect alternative, providing the best possible smile for stained and chipped teeth.
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Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center
2375 Berkshire Pkwy, Clive, IA 50325
Phone Number : (515) 516-6769