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Dental Veneers Process

by | Aug 23, 2021 | Uncategorized

Commonly known as porcelain veneers or composite veneers, dental veneers are what you normally see that are used in other people’s teeth. These usually look as thin as wafers. The shells are colored or designed in a certain way to make it look like natural.

The teeth are attached to the shells in front to improve its condition. Furthermore, veneers are usually made out of two different materials such as porcelain and resin. When it comes to choosing the best materials for you, you might need to consult with your dentist first.

Veneers are used if the teeth suffer from discoloration, misalignment, or if there are any gaps between the teeth. Veneers are also helpful when your teeth are chipped or broken, uneven, or if their shapes are somewhat irregular.

So, what would you most likely want to know about when it comes to getting dental veneers? Well, if you want to know how the dental veneer procedure works, this article might help you get an overview.

First Visit

Your first visit to your dentist will most likely be composed of several questions and consultations about your teeth. Your dentist will give you options other than getting dental veneers.

Subsequently, he will also determine if you are viable to undergo such procedure. In this visit, you may bring different samples so that your dentist will get an idea of what you want for your teeth to look like. Your dentist will conduct further examination of your mouth and will let you know if the samples you bring will be suitable for you.


When it’s finally advised by your dentist that you are equipped to undergo the placement, you will be given another appointment. In this procedure, you will be provided local anesthesia for those teeth that you wish to improve.

If you are not comfortable with the use of local anesthesia, you can opt to request a numbing spray from your dentist to numb your nerves. Your dentist will gather a piece of your tooth enamel, reshape your gums, and place the veneers through the use of dental adhesives.

Your dentist will light-cure your veneers to make sure that the dental adhesives are in place. After this, the dentist will polish the veneers and adjust the shape to make sure it fits and to see if you are comfortable enough. The length of the procedure varies on the number of teeth you wish for your dentist to work on.

After the procedure, you are most likely good to go and enjoy your smiles. However, it is important to make sure that your veneers are always taken care of. Make sure that you brush your teeth properly twice a day and have your teeth undergo regular dental cleaning or check up to prevent possible damage.

Oral hygiene is still important to be maintained so as not to ruin your newly improved teeth. It may seem like a challenge at first, but if your veneers are in good condition, it will have a long-term effect and can even last up to ten years.

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