Dental veneers are a very thin layer of material that's put on top of your teeth damaged by decay. It could be the answer to various cosmetic issues with your teeth. There are two kinds of crown veneers that are used in this procedure – composite resin and porcelain. You'll be able to tell when you'll require this procedure and what kind.
The most frequently encountered issue addressed through this method is extreme discoloration or staining your teeth. There are stained or discolored teeth that can't be fixed through simple whitening techniques. Certain drugs and medicines such as root canal treatments or fillings made of resin and even excessive usage of fluoride could cause staining of the teeth. Veneers are a great option to solve these issues.
Broken or chipped teeth can make you look ugly particularly when they're in your front teeth that are higher up. They can also make people feel less confident in themselves. people because they can't fully smile or speak freely due to the odd look of their smiles. Additionally, having the same effect on people are other issues such as irregular or misaligned teeth as well as spaces between your teeth.
If they're the result of an accident or the natural wear and tear of the teeth as a result of poor maintenance or poor care, veneers can solve the problem. For minor cracks and chips, direct composite veneers are suggested.
They are a relatively inexpensive material however they are effective in repairing minor issues with your teeth. They're referred to as direct composites because they are made by a dentist directly on your teeth at the time of your visit to the dentist.
On the other hand, porcelain veneers or indirect composites treat teeth with extreme discoloration or dullness, cracks, gaps, chips and other issues similar to. For these to be created veneers, the dentist has to create an impression of your tooth first. The impression will then be taken to the dental lab where technicians will create custom dental veneers.