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Veneers are tooth-colored laminates that are bonded to the outer surfaces of teeth to enhance their appearance. They are often made of porcelain or resin composites and are permanently attached to the teeth.
A variety of distinct cosmetic issues, including chipped, missing, discolored, or even smaller-than-normal teeth, can be treated with veneers.
When a tooth is broken or chipped, some people only need one veneer, but most people need 6 to 8 veneers to achieve an even, perfect smile. Veneers are most often used on the upper front 8 teeth.
Types of Dental Veneers
Dental veneers are made of porcelain or resin composites. A porcelain veneer is better able to withstand strain and stress than a resin veneer.
Veneers are often used to correct:
Teeth darkened by the following:
Tetracycline or other drug-related stains
Too much fluoride
Large fillings of resin
Teeth wearing off
Teeth that are broken or fractured
Teeth that are imperfect, irregular, or misaligned.
A dental crown is a "cap" to protect the tooth and restore its size, strength, and appearance.
Why do you need a dental crown?
In the following circumstances, a dental crown may be required:
To shield a weak tooth against breaking or to hold a cracked tooth together
To repair a tooth that has already been damaged or badly worn down
When there isn't much tooth left, a large filling is used to cover and protect the tooth
To keep a dental bridge in place
To cover crooked or badly discolored teeth
To provide coverage for a dental implant
To render a cosmetic adjustment
What are the benefits of tooth bonding?
Bonding may be used to fix a decayed, broken, or discolored tooth in some cases. Small gaps between teeth may also be closed using this technique.
Tooth bonding may also be used to enlarge a tooth. If one of your teeth is smaller than the others and you want them all to be the same length, bonding might help.
Bonding is a simple procedure that requires no downtime.
The tooth-bonding process requires 30 to 60 minutes, on average. Based on the extent of the procedure, certain appointments can take longer.
Are there any complications associated with tooth bonding?
There are no significant risks associated with dental bonding.