The veneer application process - SimplyTeeth Essex


The veneer application process

If you feel that porcelain veneers in Essex could the right choice for you, you’ll need only two appointments with your dentist at Simply Teeth.

During the first appointment, our professional and dedicated dentists will work out a diagnosis and treatment plan. They will diagnose and repair any existing dental issues, such as cavities before the application of your new veneers.

At this point, they will also discuss what your expectations are in terms of shape and colour of your resulting new smile.

Veneers in EssexYou and your dentist at Simply Teeth will also decide how many teeth will have veneers applied (some people choose just the front visible teeth, while others may choose a full arch).

What next?

After this in-depth and precise planning, you will have your x-rays taken to determine the overall health of your teeth and jaw.

After this you will have models or impressions made of your mouth and teeth as a blueprint for where your veneers in Essex will be placed. Your teeth will then be prepared to receive your new veneers.

How will they be fitted?

Your dentist will remove the outer half millimetre or so from the surface of each tooth that will be receiving a veneer.

After this point, another set of models or impressions will be made that will be sent to our lab for creation of the veneers. This will usually take between one and two weeks.

Once your dentist receives the veneers from the lab, you’ll have another appointment where the veneers will be placed over your teeth to ensure the correct fit and colour for you. Once the fit is perfect, your teeth will be cleaned and etched.

Then the veneers will be placed over your teeth. Your dentist may need to perform additional adjustments to ensure perfect placement, then the final bonding process will occur. This will permanently bond your veneers in Essex to the teeth.

Finally, your dentist will remove any excess cement and check your bite to ensure you will not have any problems chewing. Otherwise, you are now the proud new owner of a beautiful perfect smile!

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