Veneers in Essex New - SimplyTeeth Essex


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Dr Sihra and his team, here at Simplyteeth have gathered decades of experience treating patients with veneers. We offer a warm, friendly atmosphere, from receptionist, nurse to dentist in a very comfortable, relaxing and modern environment. All of our dental equipment is new and cutting edge.
Composite and Porcelain Veneers are a minimally invasive method of changing the cosmetic appearance of teeth by adding thin layers of material to the affected tooth’s surface. Most commonly used to improve the appearance of chipped, slightly misaligned, discoloured, or undesirably shaped or sized teeth, veneers can also be used as a restorative treatment to protect teeth with thin or weak enamel or excessive gaps. Check out our patient testimonials to see how veneers can add confidence to your smile.

After a patient and his or her dentist have determined whether veneers are right for his or her situation and what can be an expected outcome, occasionally x-rays and a cast of the teeth is taken. After this initial visit, it is time to create the veneers. For the next visit, with very little anesthetic, or sometimes none, the tooth surface is prepared for the veneer process by removing a very thin layer of the tooth enamel. Porcelain veneers, like dentures or braces, require an impression of the patient’s teeth to make sure they will fit properly. Once the impression is ready, a dental technician in the Simplyteeth laboratory will sculpt the desired number of veneers out of a very thin layer of tooth colored material.

The patient will return after the veneers are manufactured. Fitting the veneer is next. After initial application, the veneers are customized and cured to the patient’s specifications and then bonded to the teeth with a special etching process and veneer cement. Finally, the dentist will set the bond, test the bite, clean up any excess bonding agent, and adjust the veneer as necessary. A follow up visit may be necessary to make sure the patient is adjusting to his or her veneers.”

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