Porcelain veneers are thin, custom-made shells crafted from dental-grade ceramic material, designed to enhance the appearance of teeth and create a radiant smile. During the procedure, a small layer of the tooth's surface is shaved off to accommodate the veneer, which is then bonded securely to the front surface of the tooth.
Porcelain veneers are renowned for their natural-looking appearance, durability, and stain-resistant properties, making them a long-lasting solution for achieving a flawless and confident smile.
eMax veneers are a popular type of dental veneers made from lithium disilicate glass-ceramic, known for their natural appearance and durability. These wafer-thin shells are custom-made to cover the front of stained, chipped, or misaligned teeth, offering a strong and long-lasting solution. The process involves tooth preparation, impressions, and bonding with dental cement. With proper care, eMax veneers can give patients a beautiful smile makeover for many years.
Once bonded to your teeth, you veneers will instantly correct the following cosmetic flaws:
You will achieve a selfie-ready smile without the need for teeth whitening or other temporary treatments. To learn if veneers are right for you, schedule a consultation today. Our dentist will thoroughly evaluate your teeth and determine how veneers can makeover your smile.
Veneers can effectively address various cosmetic dental concerns, including tooth discoloration, chipped or broken teeth, gaps between teeth, minor misalignments, and worn-down enamel.
The process involves a consultation with a dentist to discuss your goals and expectations. During the application, a thin layer of enamel is usually removed from the tooth surface to create space for the veneer. Then, the veneer is bonded onto the tooth using dental adhesive and cured with a special light.
Veneers are considered a permanent dental treatment because a small amount of enamel is removed during the application process. As a result, the tooth will always require some form of restoration to protect it.
Veneers do not require any unique care. Maintain good oral hygiene by brushing, flossing, and visiting your dentist regularly for check-ups. Avoid biting on hard objects or using your teeth as tools to prevent damage.
Yes, once the veneers are bonded securely, you can eat a regular diet. However, it is advisable to avoid extremely hard or sticky foods that may cause damage to the veneers.
Veneers can improve the appearance of slightly misaligned teeth, but they are not a substitute for orthodontic treatments like braces or aligners for more significant misalignments.
Porcelain veneers are highly stain-resistant, while composite veneers may be more susceptible to staining. Avoid excessive consumption of staining agents like coffee, tea, or tobacco to maintain their appearance.
While veneers are a suitable option for many individuals, not everyone may be a candidate. Your dentist will assess your oral health, enamel thickness, and other factors to determine if veneers are right for you.