An example how veneers can be used to mask various defects and improve aesthetics
Veneers are thin porcelain coverings that are placed onto the teeth to enhance their appearance. They are used to straighten teeth, cover chips, stains, and alter the facial appearance by blending your whole smile.
Tooth preparation is usually minimal and superficial. The veneer is bonded to the tooth structure.
They may be used:
- To correct poorly formed or mildly mal-positioned teeth
- To close gaps between teeth
- To mask internal stains
- To restore partially broken-down teeth
- For Smile makeovers
- To realign teeth
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This lady wanted to close her front gap.
The 3 mm gap that this patient hated
4 veneers placed following tooth whitening
This lady wanted to avoid braces and improve the aesthetics
This gentleman has severe fang-like crowding and wanted to avoid braces. Two veneers blend his teeth together uniformly.
Spacing and lost teeth fixed with veneers and implants
Close up view of spacing and gaps
Close up of final appearance
This lady requested a quick solution for fangy teeth! Fixed with 2 veneers and whitening.
Problem: Dark veneers with poor aesthetics on yellow teeth
Yellow teeth and old veneers
Tooth whitening (existing veneers do not change colour).
Old veneers removed
New veneers placed to blend in with whitened teeth
This gentleman requested an improvement to his appearance using veneers to provide balance and symmetry.
This lady disliked the appearance of dark and stained teeth. 3 veneers and tooth whitening transformed this.