Dental Veneers in Miami

Porcelain veneers are thin layers of porcelain, about the thickness of a fingernail, bonded on to the visible surface of teeth.

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Dental Veneers Before and After Photos


Uses for porcelain veneers are many, including the correction of:

  • worn and dull enamel
  • discolored enamel, stained by soft drinks, coffee, tea, smoking, or certain medications
  • natural or inherited unattractive enamel
  • wear and tear which occur with age, such as chips, cracks, and grinding causing uneven wear
  • abnormal spacing between teeth, which may be present at birth and widen with age
  • uneven alignment
  • tooth to gum ratio
  • tooth length

Porcelain veneers can be thought of as “conservative crowns.” They change the visible characteristics of teeth, rather than crowns, which encase entire teeth. Veneers can permanently alter teeth while preserving more of the natural tooth structure,compared to crowns that require removal of more enamel. Porcelain mimics tooth structure and appearance better than any other restorative material. It’s harder than enamel and resists staining better than enamel. It rarely discolors, unless the surface of the veneer has been damaged.

Key benefits of using veneers include:

  1. Mimicking the tooth structure and appearance better than any other restorative material.
  2. Resisting staining better than enamel.
  3. Rarely discoloring, unless the surface of the veneer has been damaged.

Stained Teeth and Veneers Video

Prosthodontist Veneer Specialist

Of prime importance when considering a smile makeover is choosing a dentist who is artistically talented, specifically skilled and experienced in performing the necessary procedures.., A Prosthodontist is a dental specialist that is highly trained in many cosmetic & restorative dental procedures, including veneers.

Prosthodontics deals with the restoration and replacement of teeth and is a specialty recognized by the American Dental Association. Becoming a Prosthodontist requires three additional years of rigorous dental training in a residency approved by the ADA.

Upon successful completion of a three-year, prosthodontic residency, graduates are eligible to apply for certification by the American Board of Prosthodontics. This certification takes two or more years to complete, with only 30 percent of dentists trained in prosthodontics becoming board certified.

Why go to a Prosthodontist for Veneers

Veneers Consultation

Your most important appointment is your initial veneers consultation. During the appointment, the doctor will get to know you and how you feel about your smile. Consideration is also placed on the smile personality you want to project and how non-teeth related aspects such as facial shape, hair color, and complexion will affect the final result. The initial consultation is typically just a conversation with the doctor, without getting into an exam chair.

Your initial consultation includes:

  • health history review
  • consultation with the doctor and the hygienist
  • initial diagnosis
  • x-rays
  • diagnostic impressions of your upper and lower jaws
  • a series of photos
  • full mouth periodontal exam
  • education on oral healthcare
  • oral cancer screening
  • cleaning or initial periodontal treatment if needed
  • review of available, appropriate, treatments to meet your needs

Veneers Procedure

After you and the doctor have decided that porcelain veneers are the right option to meet your goals, there is some tooth preparation that may include a local anesthetic for your comfort during the procedure. To start, a small amount of the front surface of the tooth is removed (about the thickness of a fingernail), to allow space for the porcelain.

Then the dentist makes impressions are made of the teeth. The impressions will be used by a laboratory to fabricate your veneers. Very rarely, no tooth preparation is needed, but only in carefully selected cases.  apply  Then temporary veneers are applied while your porcelain veneers are being prepared made, which usually takes about a week.

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During your veneer placement appointment, the temporary veneers are removed, and your porcelain veneers are bonded to your prepared teeth. The newly placed veneers will be adjusted to ensure optimal fit and color.

Veneer Care

Maintaining your beautiful new smile is simple. You care for your teeth as usual: brushing at least twice daily, flossing daily, and visiting the dental office every 6 months for professional cleaning. Your veneers can keep you smiling with confidence for many years.

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