Stunning Black and White Photography of Dr Zenaidy Castro Are there Different Types of Porcelain Veneers?
The most common ones you may have heard mentioned are:
Lumineers TM Glamsmile TM Vivaneers TM Durathin TM Da Vinci Porcelain veneers TM
It is true, not all veneers are created equal. The translucence (the way light shines through the porcelain into the tooth) is very important and the ceramist’s ability to produce an natural appearance is key.
These new minimal or no prep veneers have become more popular in recent times due to cosmetic TV shows like ‘Extreme Makeover’ and the millions of dollars these companies spend on marketing. You will often see on the advertising a finger holding a contact lens and one holding a veneer- demonstrating how thin these veneers really are.
They are an alternative to the standard porcelain veneers or composite bonding but cases must be carefully selected and many situations will not lend themselves well to this type of veneer. Your dentist will advise you if you are suitable.
They are very thin and therefore take the colour of the underlying tooth somewhat, unless an opaque (masking cement) is used and then the way the light reflects will be slightly different.
Their main advantage is that the dentist doesn’t need to grind away any tooth or just a small amount compared to standard porcelain veneers. Because of this, the nerve in the tooth is less traumatized, you get less sensitivity and you may not need anaesthetic or even temporaries.
Sounds great… right? Well as I have said before, it is all about selecting suitable cases. If your teeth are quite crooked or discoloured then it would be very difficult to achieve a great result without transforming the preparation to a more traditional veneer.
Does this make them reversible? Well- it will make them more reversible than traditional veneers by preserving the maximum amount of enamel but if one veneer fails, and you decide you want to take the rest off- that’s not very realistic.
Minimal prep veneer cases must be selected carefully and this type of treatment is not suitable for very crooked or heavily discoloured teeth.
Possible situations in which they may be used:
Slightly stained or discoloured teeth Slightly crowded or misaligned teeth Peg shaped teeth (small malformed teeth – most commonly your lateral incisor) – these cases can work very well Diastomers (gaps between your teeth) Giving an attractive smile a bit of a wow factor (Hollywood style makeover) Minimally chipped of fractured teeth (but bonding with composite may be a more appropriate and cheaper option).
Stunning Black and White Photography of Dr Zenaidy Castro Minimal prep‘ and ‘no-prep’ veneers
Address veneers biggest downside- the drilling away bit of your natural tooth.
These types of veneers have the following benefits:
Minimal or NO preparation or tooth reduction Stain resistance Natural-looking results Durability long-lasting results Convenient, two-visit placement Reversibility Reduced risk of tooth sensitivity and trauma Virtually painless placement process Stunning Black and White Photography of Dr Zenaidy Castro Is Porcelain Veneers Procedure reversible?
Veneers are put on to last (like any restoration that isn’t a temporary one) and so we use the strongest cements to attach them. If a veneer chips or fractures and part still remains on the tooth, it will most often have to be drilled away to remove it. Drilling off a veneer is not an exact science and invariably you will end up removing a little more tooth with the cement in the process. So you will end up, not back at square one, but in a slightly worse position than when you started. It’s for this reason, that I would be very hesitant to use the word ‘reversible’ and consider it more marketing than reality.
The only truly reversible procedure is the ‘snap-on smile’ type veneers. Even bonding composite onto your teeth with no preparation is only fully reversible when all the bond fails and it falls off- otherwise you are back to having to cut it off again and risk taking away a little of the tooth underneath in the process.
Stunning Black and White Photography of Dr Zenaidy Castro Factors that Influence the Success of Veneers
All veneers are best finished in enamel, as this provides the most predictable bond. Other factors as below:
1. The preparation of tooth/teeth– The right technique of preparing the incisal edge (tip) of your tooth for the veneer is important. We can prepare the tooth depending on the strength of the tooth and aesthetics required.
2. A tooth/teeth that are out of position also require more preparation before placing the veneer. However, if the tooth is far back, the preparation may be minimal and the thickness of the veneer simply increased.
3. Veneer placement– The type of bond/cement used, the quality of the cementation, and the bonding procedure is also crucial to the strength of the dental veneer. This protects the veneer and the tooth from any contamination that can weaken it.
4. Your oral hygiene– It is important to maintain consistent good oral hygiene. Poor teeth care and hygiene can lead to decay around the veneers as well as increase the risk of gum disease problems.
5. Your diet– Staining foods and heavy smoking can discolour your veneers. Generally, composite veneers stain considerably more than porcelain veneers.
6. Your habits– Some habits can increase the chance of chipping or fracturing your veneers. Avoid habits like chewing ice, pencils, nails, grinding your teeth, etc.
7. Dental check-up– Regular dental checkups and cleanings can help to protect your natural teeth and improve the veneers durability.
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There can be situations where certain teeth, or even certain people, are not good candidates for this procedure. Some areas of concern are:
a) Teeth that need strengthening.
Teeth that have lost a significant amount of structure due to wear, decay or fracture, and those that have large fillings don’t make good candidates for porcelain laminates.
That’s because veneers do not strengthen teeth, they only improve their appearance. And as mentioned above, if the tooth on which one has been placed is not rigid enough to prevent flexure, it may ultimately crack or break.
In this type of situation, dental crown placement makes the more appropriate choice.
b) Teeth with little enamel.
A porcelain veneer won’t stay in place well unless it’s primarily bonded to tooth enamel. Here’s why.
When it’s bonded onto enamel, the enamel is the more rigid of the two and it tends to absorb most of the forces applied to the tooth. When bonded directly to dentin (the layer underneath enamel), the laminate is the stiffer object and any forces directed to the tooth tend to become focused in it. This can lead to veneer fracture or debonding.
Some teeth may have little or no enamel remaining on their front surface due to:
1) Tooth wear or trauma.
2) The placement of previous dental restorations.
3) Erosion – Tooth wear caused by an exposure to acidic foods and beverages, regurgitation of gastric acid, etc…
If so, they don’t make good candidates. A dental crown would make the more appropriate choice for these teeth.
c) Excessive forces are involved.
People who clench and grind their teeth (referred to as bruxism by dentists), or have a bite where their front teeth come together edge-to-edge, don’t make good candidates for porcelain veneers.
The level of forces generated by these conditions can be substantial and can cause laminates to chip, break or debond.
As a measure against fracture, construction using a comparatively stronger type of “porcelain” can help (such as: aluminium oxide, lithium disilicate, zirconia). The trade-off is that restorations made using these ceramics characteristically have a comparatively less lifelike appearance
How Long Do Veneers Last?
There is no definite answer to this question. Instead, there are several variables that influence how long your veneers last and how long they look good. Porcelain veneers tend to last and retain their appearance longer. Around the 10-year mark, problems may begin to occur, though there is a chance they will last much longer.
Is It Painful to get Veneers?
Generally, no, though you may feel some soreness around the gum or even a little sensitivity. However, within a couple of days, everything should be back to normal. If you do experience problems or severe pain, make an appointment with us ASAP.
Longevity – How long do Porcelain veneers last?
There are no hard and fast rules about how long porcelain veneers will last. While you can certainly expect your veneers to last many years (some patients have had them for 20 or more years), it is unrealistic to expect them to last forever. With good home care and by exercising good judgment, it seems likely that a porcelain veneer could last well in excess of 10 to 15 years. To make your veneers last longer it is important to follow a good oral hygiene program and also visit your dentist for check-ups on a regular basis.
Potential Risks and Complications Associated with Dental Veneers
As with all medical procedures, there are risks associated with porcelain veneers, though they are quite rare and minor. They include:
Due to the removal of enamel, permanent tooth sensitivity, especially to cold or hot temperatures, is the biggest risk. If sensitivity lasts for longer than 3 to 6 months, this could indicate an underlying problem, such as leaking dental cement or the exposure of a nerve.
When removing enamel, there is the slight potential for underlying dental damage. On the other hand, a veneer that does not fit properly can change your bite’s alignment, which can result in pain when eating, dental sensitivity, or jaw pain and bruxism.
Although they tend to last for years, if not decades, veneers will eventually need to be replaced. This requires a second round of enamel removal. If you had extensive erosion prior to your first removal, there may not be enough left for a second set of veneers. Instead, you will need to consider a different restoration process, such as a dental crown or cosmetic bonding. When you are discussing your first set of veneers, you should go ahead and inquire about future replacement possibilities.
Reducing Your Risks
While dental veneers are considered a safe dental procedure, you can do things to reduce your potential for risks even further. This begins with choosing a well-qualified cosmetic dentist. To do this, it is a good idea to read reviews from past patients. In addition, if sensitivity or the permanence of veneers is a serious concern, you may want to consider no-prep veneers, which require less enamel removal. However, it is worth noting that some dental experts believe no-prep veneers simply do not have the natural look of traditional veneers.
Misconceptions about Porcelain Veneers Veneers are painful.Dr Castro applies a local anaesthetic to numb the area so that any pain or discomfort is not felt. A small amount of pressure may be experienced, but patients do not complain of pain from dental veneer application. Veneers look too fake.Sometimes, people opt for a shade of dental veneers that appear too milky white for an unnatural appearance that may seem fake to some. However, the choice is yours in how you want your teeth to appear using a shade guide. You lose too much of your original tooth when you receive veneers.In certain cases, tooth reshaping is not even needed to apply a dental veneer. However, when reshaping is needed it is often minimal. Possible Alternatives to Dental Veneers
If you aren’t 100% sure dental veneers are right for you, you may want to consider composite tooth bonding or removable appliances such as Snap on Smile. You can discuss your options in detail with us during your consultation.
Ways on How to Take Care and Maintain your Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers have become an invaluable part of aesthetic dentistry. These small yet durable porcelain shells can instantly transform discoloured, chipped or misaligned teeth into a beautiful, bright, white smile. If you intend to get porcelain veneers or have one recently cemented, it’s important that you know how to properly care for them.
Veneers, like similar forms of dental work are an investment that must be cared for to keep them looking their best. The good news is if you follow these steps below your veneers could last you a very long time.
Here are some ways to take care of your veneers and keep them looking as good as the day you got them: Employ a Regular Brushing and Flossing Routine
The application of porcelain veneers is one of the most forgiving dental procedures on the market. You will not need to make any massive adjustments to your dental routine, but you will have to make sure to brush your teeth and floss them at least twice a day.
Do not be afraid to brush and floss your veneers. They can handle the pressure. That being said, it is wise to acquire a soft-bristled toothbrush and a non-abrasive toothpaste to ensure that your veneers do not wear down. Regularly brushing and flossing not only protects your porcelains, it helps your natural teeth. Guaranteeing to brush and floss frequently is vital.
Do Not Chew on Anything Too Hard
Veneers are extremely durable. Despite that, they are not as strong as your natural teeth. All of the hard foodstuffs that harm your natural teeth will harm your veneers. Do not bite your fingernails or chew on pens when you are nervous. We understand that some people do that when they are anxious or uncomfortable, but it is harmful to your teeth.
In addition, pretzels, hard candy apples, and nuts are bad for your veneers. If you have to eat hard food, we recommend chewing with your back teeth. You can also break up candy bars or cut apples into pieces before you eat them, to ensure that your veneers do not chip.
See Your Dentist regularly
After you have had your veneers put in place, your dentist will ask you to come back. It is important to make sure that the veneers were put in place correctly. Bruxism, or grinding one’s teeth, harm your veneers as well as your teeth. Visiting your dentist is a good way to see if you are affected by this and the dentist can spot any other problems which arise.
Stop the Grinding
Grinding your teeth is a hidden distress for new smile. Almost everyone grinds their teeth to some degree, most of the time not realizing that it is happening. Grinding of the teeth is extremely damaging for those with veneers, as this wears away at the veneer and removes the cap layer from the original tooth. Teeth grinding can also lead to cracking or breaking of the veneer.
If you have veneers, you can take precautions against grinding by getting a night guard and wearing it while sleeping. You can also consult with your dentist for additional options to help teeth grinding. Just as you should wear a mouth guard for sleeping, don’t forget to protect your veneers when playing sports or exercising. Wear a mouth guard in these situations as well. You don’t want to chip off your veneer in a game of football! A mouth guard is a multi-purpose way to make sure your veneers stay intact.
Avoid Certain Food and Beverages
Some foods and drinks really need to be avoided when possible so they do not mess up your porcelain veneers. Drinks like coffee, tea, and red wine and foods like chocolate, citrus, and soda can stain or erode your veneers. It is not logical to expect people to avoid these foods totally, but it is important to limit their consumption and to try and clean your veneers after eating such foods.
To prevent damage to your porcelain veneers, you will want to:
Use a soft bristled toothbrush
Avoid toothpastes with baking soda and other abrasives
Refrain from using an astringent mouthwash
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Should you damage of lose one of the porcelain veneers placed by Dr Castro, you will simply return to our office to have it replaced. If the tooth has not been damaged, Dr. Castro may be able to simply order a new veneer from our dental lab partners. However, if the tooth has changed in size or shape, Dr. Castro may need to make a new impression for the creation of a replacement veneer. The best solution for your smile will be based on your unique needs.
To prevent damaging your porcelain veneers it is best to avoid chewing on hard substances such as candies or ice. You should also try to avoid grinding your teeth as this can make veneers more prone to damage.
Use a toothpaste that is designed for veneers to avoid scratching or chipping them. Also be sure to use a soft bristled toothbrush to avoid unnecessary abrasion. Do not use a mouthwash with alcohol.
Alcohol and other astringents can loosen the bonding that holds your veneers in place, making them more likely to fall out and become lost.
During your porcelain veneers consultation with Dr. Castro , all of these things will be discussed with you in full.
Correcting Bad Veneers
Many people have porcelain veneers. It is a popular choice for correcting many imperfections the teeth often have. However, there are many people who find that their porcelain veneers are not the smile solution they thought they would be.
Some problems people have had with porcelain veneers include:
Veneers look and feel too thick Fake looking veneers Veneers fall off Discoloration at the margins of the veneers
There are reasons these problems occur. Bulky veneers could be the result of the lab making them too thick or the dentist not reducing the tooth enough. Veneers that fall off or show discoloration were probably not bonded correctly.
Placing porcelain veneers is a delicate and technically sensitive procedure. There are some cosmetic dentists who may not have the skill necessary to consistently place porcelain veneers well, or the lab these dentists use may not be very good. We can replace and correct bad veneers.
Correcting bad porcelain veneers is a matter of removing the bad veneers and replacing them. Making sure they are bonded correctly and are the right size and shape is important.
You should not have to wear bad veneers at all. If you would like your bad veneers corrected, please our office for an initial consultation.
Cheaper Alternative to Porcelain Dental Veneers Cosmetic Dental Bonding in Melbourne – Cheaper Alternative to Porcelain Veneer
There’s no worse feeling than coming to the realization that you have damaged something as permanent as a tooth. As everlasting as we believe our teeth to be, things do happen. The important thing to remember is that in the event of a cracked or chipped tooth, a gapped smile, or even decayed, amalgam-filled, disproportioned teeth, all can be rectified thanks to direct composite dental bonding in our Dental Clinic in Melbourne
Dental Bonding Is a Quick and Affordable Way to Correct Chipped or Cracked Enamel
As one options of cosmetic dentistry procedures, direct composite Dental bonding is versatile, correcting any number of problems with your smile. Utilizing a putty-like material that can be shaped and formed in whichever way necessary, direct composite dental bonding is cemented or bonded to the tooths visible surface; the application hidden to the naked eye given the ability of our cosmetic dentist to match said bonding to the color of your entire set of teeth. The end result is a beautiful smile!
What is Cosmetic Dental Bonding?
Dental bonding is the application of a strong, natural-looking resin onto the surface of damaged teeth. Whether your teeth are stained, cracked or mildly misaligned, cosmetic dental bonding can often be used to quickly restore a beautiful smile. The bonding materials act as a replacement for missing enamel and dentin, providing durable protection and enhancement for your teeth. We matches the composite resin to the rest of your teeth to seamlessly blend in and cover any imperfections. Before you know it, you can have the smile you’ve been waiting for!
The Benefits of Cosmetic Dental Bonding
If you’re looking for a quick yet effective fix for minor dental problems, consider the benefits of dental bonding:
Corrects small cracks and chips Improves alignment and spacing issues Hides stains or discoloration Blends with the rest of your teeth Strengthens teeth Provides quick results Other Benefits are: Covering stains Repairing small fractures Treating sensitive teeth Lightening tooth shade Closing small spaces Making teeth look longer Changing the shape of teeth Protection of a portion of the tooth’s root that has been exposed when gums recede.
The procedure is an extremely versatile solution for improving the look of your smile. In your initial dental exam, we will highlight how the dental bonding procedure can achieve your goals.
The Cosmetic Dental Bonding Procedure
Once an approach is established for reaching your desired results, we will begin the procedure. The surface of your damaged teeth are first prepared with a solution, creating an area ideal for bonding. After the material is color blended to match the rest of your teeth, we layers and sculpts it on the prepared teeth. Once in place, the resin is hardened under a special light for lasting results. Finally, we buffs the dental bonding material to reveal a shining, natural-looking new smile.
When is Cosmetic Bonding a Good Solution?
Dental bonding is most often used for minor imperfections of teeth. The most common way dental bonding is used is to fix a chipped or cracked tooth. The dental bonding resin rebuilds the damaged tooth, and seamlessly restores the patient’s smile to its natural state. Before recommending the procedure, we gives a thorough examination of the patient’s mouth and determines the type of bonding to use. Patients who are eligible for dental bonding can expect a swift and painless procedure.
Bonding is an alternative to veneers, and can be used as a restorative procedure for teeth that are chipped, cracked, discoloured or misarranged.
Considerations of Cosmetic Dental Bonding
The bonding procedure can often be completed in a single office visit, and can improve the appearance of a tooth significantly. However, since the plastic resin used is not as strong as your natural tooth enamel, it is more likely to stain, chip or break than natural teeth. Bonding typically lasts three to five years before need of repair.
Here are the detailed pros and cons of bonding versus veneers, crowns and similar options – all of which you should discuss with your dentist to determine whether the treatment is right for you.
Advantages of Cosmetic Dental Bonding
Dental bonding is a great option if you have minor flaws affecting your front teeth. It can be an economical solution for issues such as stained or chipped teeth and is less expensive than porcelain veneers.
Dental bonding is ideal because:
It can be mixed to match your teeth’s color. The dentists blend composite resin to make the color as closely to the actual color of the patient’s teeth as possible. This makes bonding subtle and esthetically pleasing. It’s much cheaper than most dental restorations. Bonding usually costs around $300-$600 depending on the amount of damage, location and the dental practitioner. Compared to veneers and crowns, it is much more affordable. Most insurance policies also cover for dental bonding costs when the dentists use it for fillings or other similar restorations. . It can be done in a single clinic visit. Because the treatment does not require impressions of your tooth, you will not need to go back for a second visit. Instead, the dentist can complete the procedure within one or two hours. If you have several teeth that need treatment, it may take longer or the dentist may choose to divide treatment between two appointments. However, for the most part bonding is quick and easy. It doesn’t require anesthetics. Bonding doesn’t cause any discomfort, unless the dentists need to clean and fill a cavity. Shallow cavities don’t need anesthetics, either. If you don’t feel any discomfort while the dentist cleans your infection, you can get bonding without any issues. For deep cavities, dentists often use a local anesthetic to remove the pain while they extract decay. It’s not invasive. Dental bonding doesn’t require any kind of cutting, slicing or any other procedure that can be invasive or scary. It preserves healthy tooth material. Unlike crowns and veneers where a some amount of tooth enamel is trimmed off, dental bonding doesn’t require any trimming. As long as the area doesn’t have any decay inside, the dentist can cover it without removing any tooth material aside from minor etching. Disadvantages of Cosmetic Dental Bonding : Not as Stain-Resistant. Composite resin doesn’t resist stains like porcelain veneers or crowns do. This pitfall of dental bonding is that the material often used to create the bond isn’t particularly resistant to stains. Composite resin is more porous than tooth enamel or porcelain, so it absorbs a deep-coloured food more easily. If you’re a regular coffee or red-wine drinker, for example, you might notice the bonded tooth discolours more quickly and noticeably than your natural teeth. Limiting coffee, wine and similar foods and drinks is therefore the easiest way to avoid staining the bonding resin. Of course, you don’t need to give up coffee or wine entirely; an equally effective option is to practice good oral care. Cracking and chipping. Since the bond is small, it can easily crack if you use your bonded tooth to bite a non-food item. Also use caution if you grind your teeth or eat hard foods because these can cause damage. Detaching. In some rare cases, the entire bond detaches from the treated tooth because of trauma, impact and strong biting force. If this occurs, dentists can place a new filling or bond. Coverage. If used on big surfaces, the bond is more likely to crack or deform. This is why dentists do not recommend dental bonding for big problems like multiple lost teeth, large fractures that expose the pulp or as caps for root canal treated teeth. Not as Durable. The material used in teeth bonding is made of a special type of plastic called composite resin. It’s a strong material, but the resin isn’t as durable as your natural tooth enamel, nor is it as hardy as the porcelain used in veneers or dental crowns. When you receive a dental bond, you’ll need to be particularly careful about eating and biting down on hard foods to avoid chipping or breaking the bond. If the edge of the bonded teeth feels rough or jagged, or if you notice any unevenness when you bite, it’s a good idea to call your dentist and have him or her take a look at the treated tooth. He or she may need to file down the bond or replace it altogether. Not as Long-Lasting. Keep in mind because teeth bonding isn’t as resilient as its alternatives, it usually has a shorter shelf life as well. You can expect a bond to last anywhere from three to seven years. How well you take care of your teeth and gums alongside your regular lifestyle habits play a big part in determining the life of the bond. Other Options to Consider
Any of these teeth bonding disadvantages can be a deal-breaker. If you find that the drawbacks of dental bonding do outweigh the positives, you can always consider other options. A dental crown or Porcelain Veneer is a great choice in the event that a broken tooth needs to be fully restored, or if a tooth has a cavity that is too large to correct with a filling. Your main concern may even be correcting discolored teeth or changing the shape or alignment of slightly crooked teeth, in which case veneers are also a good solution. Veneers are typically made of porcelain and are attached to the front of your teeth.
Choosing between dental bonding and other restorative options is often a matter of cost and convenience. Whereas bonding is more delicate than a crown or set of veneers, it’s also a lot of less expensive. You typically need just a single appointment for bonding, and the process usually takes less than one hour per tooth. In contrast, veneers and crowns cost more upfront and often require multiple trips to the dentist. The trade-off is that they will withstand stains and hard objects much more easily, allowing them to last a lot longer than your typical composite resin.
Dental bonding is more prone to staining and chipping unlike other treatments. That is why basic aftercare is needed so you can keep your bonded teeth looking natural and glossy. Here are some tips to keep your bonded teeth in good condition:
Brushing – Brush your teeth in the morning and once at night. Use toothpaste that contains fluoride and replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months to guarantee that your teeth are properly cleaned. Flossing – when you floss your teeth, bring the floss up to the gum line and completely remove all plaque before you proceed to the next tooth. Drinking water after every meal – when you drink water after meals, you keep your mouth clean and healthy as water will help flush out food debris and lessen acidity levels in your mouth. Things that stain teeth – use of tobacco products like chewing tobacco or cigarettes causes yellow stains on your natural teeth and bonded teeth. Foods and drinks such as tea, red wine, juices coffee, and candies with artificial colouring can also stain the teeth. If you smoke, this is a good reason to quit. If you often drink red wine, coffee or other foods with dark colours, cut down on these types of foods. Habits that wear down the composite resin – biting on fingernails or pens and on other objects can wear down the bonding material and enamel over time. The composite resin can easily chip, so it’s best to avoid such activities. Things to Consider When Finally Choosing Cosmetic Dental Bonding
Before you decide on bonding, be sure to choose a dentist who is experienced with the procedure, as dental bonding requires some artistic skill to get optimal cosmetic results. Feel free to ask for “before and after” images of previous patients of your dentist who have undergone dental bonding.
If you notice any sharp edges on your bonded teeth or if they feel strange when you bite down, call your dentist. Bonded teeth can be repaired or reworked if necessary.
The bonding treatment is not suitable in every situation but it can be a quick, painless and affordable way to enhance your smile. When you feel good about the appearance of your teeth, it can help you maintain good oral health and focus on keeping your mouth overall healthy.
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