How are veneers placed on the teeth?
New advances in bonding technology allow us to create an extremely strong bond between your teeth and the veneers. The teeth are first prepared with a bonding adhesive and special resin cement is used as the “glue.” The resin cement is available in a number of different colors to give the best possible aesthetic result. After approval, resins are then used to permanently bond the veneers to the teeth using a special dental curing light, which helps to create a stronger, longer-lasting bond between the veneer and your tooth. The durability, look and simplicity of application make it easy to see why veneers have become one of the most popular dental treatments available today.
- Will my eating habits need to change as a result of having veneers placed on my front teeth, ie. can I still bite down with my front teeth on food?
- Can the Cerinate porcelain veneers (also called Lumineers) be placed when teeth are discolored, twisted or broken?
- How are porcelain veneers placed on teeth?
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