WHAT ARE DENTAL VENEERS?
Dental veneers are prosthetic works made in the form of extremely thin ceramic sheets, which are applied to the teeth in order to give them an improved appearance both from an aesthetic and functional point of view.
Through the treatment with dental veneers, dentists specializing in dental esthetics can correct numerous aesthetic imperfections of the smile, such as the shape and size of natural teeth, small interdental spaces, marbling, unsightly bumps on the tooth or the shade of the teeth.
In addition, with the help of DSD (digital smile design) technology, which allows previewing the final result of the treatment from the first session, each dental facet will be perfectly compatible with your physiognomy
The multidisciplinary training of the AZdent team and the innovative technology offer a guarantee of 100% success of any aesthetic rehabilitation treatment with dental veneers regardless of its complexity. Moreover, the technology ensures a correct, safe and immediate diagnosis, as well as clear information for the patient, right from the first visit.
|Fateta integral ceramica feldspatica||2000 lei|
|Fateta integral ceramica E-max||1700 lei|
|Coroana integral ceramica E-max||1700 lei|
|Inlay/Onlay/coroana ceramica CEREC||1400 lei|
|Obturatie pe dinti frontali (Gradia)||400 – 600 lei|
|Albire profesionala cu lampa Beyond||1500 lei|
|Albire endodontica (interna- dinti devitali)||400 lei|
|Fatetare directa compozit||600 lei|
#1. WHEN DO YOU NEED DENTAL VENEERS?
#2. BENEFITS OF TREATMENT WITH DENTAL VENEERS
#3. DENTAL VENEERS - CLINICAL PROCEDURE
For treatment with dental veneers, 2-3 visits to the prosthodontist’s office are necessary. The doctor will take intraoral photos and take the patient’s digital impression with the Trios 3Shape intraoral scanner, and with the help of digital technologies such as DSD (digital smile design), the doctor can design the patient’s final smile before the treatment begins.
Thanks to the evolution of technologies in dental aesthetics, tooth preparation for dental veneers no longer involves aggressive grinding.
Thus, the procedure by which a dental veneer is applied can be with prior preparation or without preparation (No-prep).
The preliminary preparation involves a minimally invasive grinding of the tooth enamel, in order to cement the veneer. Polishing can be done with or without local anesthesia, depending on the patient’s option.
After grinding, a digital impression of the tooth is made and sent to the dental laboratory.
Dental veneers can be made over a period of two to four weeks, during which temporary prosthetic works are applied to the teeth.
Dental veneers without preparation (No-prep) can be attached directly to the tooth without prior grinding.
A major advantage of No-prep veneers is that they prevent the occurrence of tooth sensitivity and fully preserve the tooth substance. Also, if there is enamel erosion, the Emax dental veneer (made of glass ceramic) protects the natural tooth from the attack of acids and other external factors.
After the preparation of the tooth, the cementation stage follows.
A special cement is applied to the dental veneer, which is then bonded to the tooth. The prosthodontist will then use a special light to activate the chemicals in the cement so that it hardens quickly. The final steps involve removing excess cement, checking the bite, and making any final necessary adjustments.