Hollywood Smile Package in Abu Dhabi UAE
Have you ever glanced in the mirror and wished your teeth were as flawless as those of Hollywood celebrities? To tell you the truth, you are not alone. Everyone in this day and age is worried about their dental appearance in some way. However, you are concerned whether it is the right treatment for you or not? Well now is the time for you to research veneers before obtaining your veneer treatment.
What are dental veneers?
Veneers are thin coverings or overlays that are placed over the front or visible surface of teeth. These are custom-made and precisely designed and manufactured to match the natural tone of your skin and the surrounding teeth. Dental veneers are mostly used for cosmetic reasons and are only used to conceal unpleasant and nonpathogenic teeth. Dental veneer treatment is used to correct minor orthodontic issues such as minor crooked teeth, spacing between teeth, and other teeth issues such as chipped teeth, smaller teeth, and teeth with a dull tone.
Different Types of Veneers
Dental veneers can be of diverse types however they all serve the same goal; the only difference is the veneer material.
- Lumineers: Lumineers are porcelain veneers that are slightly thinner than traditional porcelain veneers. These are more natural-looking however as compared to porcelain veneers, these are more prone to breaking and fractures because of their thin nature.
- Composite dental veneers: Composite veneers are manufactured of composite resin material, as the. These are made in the clinic and adhered to the teeth’ surface directly. Cementation usually requires the application of a bonding agent. Composite material, unlike porcelain, is less robust and does not endure as long.
- Porcelain dental veneers: Porcelain is a biocompatible material and it has a high aesthetic appeal. It is the most durable material and lasts the longest. Porcelain veneers are created in a dental laboratory using fine instruments or high-quality machines. An initial impression of the teeth is taken and submitted to the laboratory for design and preparation. After a thorough polishing, the final product is glued onto the teeth.