Veneers improve teeth both aesthetically and functionally. It restores the shape, color, position of the teeth in the arc, as well as improves the function of chewing, which is very important for the health of the body.
Veneering involves covering the outer surface of a tooth with porcelain plates 0.2-0.5 mm thick, both in the area of one tooth and in total rehabilitation. Through veneers it is possible to correct the shape, size and color of the tooth. This method is actively used in aesthetic dentistry and allows us to correct teeth with minimal loss of tissue.
Veneer 360 is functionally the same as the classic veneer. The only difference is that in the case of Veneer 360, the entire surface of the tooth is covered with thin porcelain plates, which protects the natural tissue of the tooth from all undesirable and harmful factors: bruxism, large amounts of tobacco, pigmented food, coffee, etc.
Its advantage lies in the color fastness. Unlike therapeutic (stained) restorations, veneer does not change color and does not lose its gloss, it is possible to lighten the teeth with several tones.
Many people suffer from teeth of unequal size and shape, which creates aesthetic discomfort for a person. Veneers change the shape and size of the tooth, as well as fill in the tremors and diastemas.
Physiological wear is caused by increasing age. At this time the length of the tooth is shortened, though no functional changes occur. Abnormal wear is called progressive erosion of the cool tissues of the tooth, causing the teeth to change shape significantly and gradually cease to function normally.
In this case it is necessary to prepare the teeth to correct the arc. At the expense of the freed spaces, the position of the teeth is corrected.
The first stage is a consultation during which the general condition is assessed.
The second stage, if necessary, is professional cleaning of the teeth.
The third stage is 3D tomography. All-in-one virtual visualization is performed in our clinic through Orthophos SL 3D.