The Dental Veneer Implant Procedure

A Dental veneer may also be known as a porcelain veneer. It is a custom-made shell that is usually bonded to the front of the tooth surface to improve the appearance. It is usually made of thin porcelain and covers the tooth in order to change the color, size, shape and appearance of the tooth.

A porcelain dental veneer is more stain-resistant, and is also much closer in appearance to natural teeth than those made from resins, which are normally thinner and require less work before placement. To get more information about dental veneers, you can visit online through the web.

The dental veneer implant procedure includes the following areas:

• Where the tooth surface has become worn or discolored.

• Teeth with a large amount of filling may become unsightly and can be covered with a porcelain veneer. 

• Teeth that are worn down, broken or chipped can be resurfaced with porcelain dental laminates. 

• Gaps in between teeth or teeth that are misaligned can be filled with veneers.

It usually takes at least 3 visits to the dentist to obtain a dental veneer. The procedure may also involve taking X-rays of the teeth, along with dental impressions of both your lower and upper jaw. In order to prepare for the veneer, a small amount of enamel will be removed from the tooth surface. The enamel will be used by the dental  lab in creating your veneer.

Before the veneer is bonded to the tooth surface, your dentist, will ensure a proper fit by trimming and shaping the veneer, until it matches the tooth as close as possible. The tooth will be polished and etched to ensure a good bonding surface.


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