Veneers are composite tips to restore broken, chipped and eroded teeth for full, healthy-looking and symmetrical teeth.
EDELWEISS DENTAL VENEERS
Veneers are resin-composite enamel shells that get placed onto teeth to restore and reshape it into the desired cosmetic look. If you have chipped, discoloured, broken or smaller-than-normal teeth, veneers can be the perfect solution to create a full and well-rounded smile. They are permanently bonded to your teeth using the same material they are made of and the advancements of technology allow the team to shape and fit them perfectly to your mouth, so they’ll appear natural while giving you the comfort and dental support you need.
Veneers are useful and practical for the treatment of:
• Lengthening of the incisal edge
• Misaligned teeth
• Tooth fractures
• Tooth discolorations
• Veneering of old crowns
• Incorrect chromaticity
• Anatomical deformities
• Cosmetic correction
• Old restorations
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Edelweiss Veneers are prefabricated, polymerized, radiopaque, highly filled nano-hybrid composite enamel shells with an inorganic surface.
The composite veneers make direct veneering of single or multiple anterior teeth easier than ever before. The team are generally able to do these in one session, but the duration of the procedure will depend on the number of teeth you plan to have veneered.
A preliminary appointment with your dentist will assess your teeth and your needs during which the team will take the necessary x-rays and determine the right number of veneers. They also need to assess whether there are any other underlying issues around your teeth and oral health to ensure you are a good candidate. During the treatment the dentist will trim the top of your teeth and make an impression of your teeth which is then used to create the veneers that will fit perfectly in your mouth. Once they get the shaped teeth back from the lab they can create a rough texture on the old tooth and cement the new tooth on top of it, using the same material the veneer is made of.
No, once the anaesthesia wears off you can enjoy your brand-new teeth and continue to eat and use your teeth like you would normally do.