What are veneers?

Veneers are extremely thin ceramic facing plates and are used for treatment in the anterior region. They also offer an excellent alternative to more complex dentures.

Nowadays, the aesthetic appearance of the teeth is one of the greatest concerns of patients. For years, teeth that were perceived as unaesthetic were treated with a crown. Removing much of the dental tissue can cause some inconvenience.

Over time, the essentiality of natural tooth tissue has been better understood. Thanks to this, a tooth restoration could be produced with the lowest possible loss of tooth material, thus avoiding minimal permanent damage to the tissue. This alternative offers you treatment with Verneers.

The development of veneers:

The rapid development of restorative materials, especially adhesive technology, gives us the opportunity to carry out restorations in such a way that both the aesthetic and the natural tooth tissue are protected.

To correct the front teeth, porcelain veneers offer a more modern and advanced treatment option instead of crowning.

Veneers are a popular treatment option in aesthetic dentistry.

Thanks to veneers, the aesthetics of the teeth can change flexibly in terms of color and shape. Porcelain veneers are manufactured in a dental laboratory.

There they are made individually for you and attached to the tooth surface as a casing by the dental staff.

How long does a veneer treatment take?

At least 2 sessions are required for the production and application of the porcelain veneers. The length of the sessions will depend on the number of veneers to be used. In the first session, an approx. 0.3-1 mm ablation of the tooth enamel is carried out and measured (in some cases no ablation is required).

In the second session, the veneers are individually manufactured in the laboratory according to your smile, shape and tooth color. In a final step, the shells are attached to the tooth surface with adhesive.

Who is suitable?

It is the most modern treatment option for achieving permanently white teeth and a radiant smile. Patients are welcome and suitable for treatment if they have, for example, tooth discoloration of inherited or subsequently acquired general or local factors such as trauma, infections, tooth enamel defects, anomalies in the tooth structure, closure of diastema (gaps between the teeth), tooth wear, correction of slightly crooked teeth and tooth lengthening etc .. have experienced.