Thin porcelain veneers for an ideal smile

Thin porcelain veneers for an ideal smile


For many, a relaxed and beautiful smile is the first thing they notice on nice and successful people. A beautiful smile, however, is not given to everyone. In most people, the teeth are slightly yellowish and for some this suits them perfectly. However, most of us follow some ideals and strive to be healthy, beautiful and tidy. However, it can still happen that we wear the clothes of famous fashion designers or we are adorned with precious jewelry, and others will first notice our "yellow deuce".

With thin porcelain veneers, also known as "veneers" or veneers, we can change the shape, color or size of the teeth, with minimally invasive procedures that are friendly to the patient and his teeth, thus ensuring a perfect and natural smile. If you would like a more beautiful and healthy smile, contact the Osovnikar office, where we will find the best solution for you.

5 most common questions about scales:

1.) What are the benefits?
People's awareness is growing, including the desire for self-confidence and success. Everyone has their own ideal of a perfect smile, but only a few find yellow, worn, mottled and asymmetrical teeth attractive and with porcelain veneers, we can make a big change with a little intervention.

2.) How are the scales attached to the tooth?
The dentist changes the surface structure of your tooth with minimal preparation, and later the porcelain veneer is attached to your tooth with a special "glue". Mechanical and chemical bonds are created that can withstand high chewing and biting forces for a long time.

3.) Is the procedure harmful to the teeth?
The dentist, using a magnifying glass and appropriate magnification, removes only a small part of the anterior enamel (0.2-0.8 mm), the teeth remain vital and this is the main advantage over full coatings and other prosthetic procedures.

4.) How long are the scales durable?
The scales can be compared in terms of durability with full coatings (also so-called crowns). The ceramic materials we use today have exceptional hardness and resistance, and this is exactly what allows us to last a long time.

5.) What are the limitations or when are the scales not suitable for care?
With very worn, broken, sealed teeth, making scales does not make sense. Sufficient attachment surface is extremely important for attaching the scale, because only in this way can sufficiently strong bonds be created. Prior to the procedure, it is also necessary to ensure healthy gums, which is very important to ensure t.i. "Pink and white aesthetics." Endodontically treated teeth with metal pins will also be better cared for by other methods.


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