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In case of chipped, cracked, partly broken or heavily discoloured teeth – especially in case of front teeth - minimum invasive veneers are an excellent cosmetic solution.

Veneers can also be placed successfully when the shape of the tooth is not suitable for you or if you have slight malpositions such as interdental space or slight overlapping of teeth.

What is a veneer?

A veneer is a thin porcelain or ceramic shell that is attached (cemented) to the front surface of the tooth to give a natural and attractive look of the teeth.

It may happen that a part of the tooth breaks off, for example when you bite into something that is harder than the dental enamel. All broken teeth need to be treated not only for aesthetic reasons, but if any broken teeth are left untreated, it may lead to dental root problems later on.

Veneers are not only used for broken teeth but also in case of strong discoloration, misaligned or unfavourable tooth shape or a too large gap between adjacent teeth.

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Benefits of veneers?

  • Completely metal-free and fully safe
  • Minimum invasive treatment
  • Do not get discoloured over time
  • Durable and scratch resistant
  • Completely lifelike

Is the treatment harmful to the tooth?

No. Once the damaged or discoloured tooth is numbed under local anaesthesia the dentist removes only the upper tooth surface (enamel).

It is important that this procedure does not require drilling of the tooth and does not harm any other part (e.g. root canal or crown) of the tooth.

What is a veneer good for?

  • Hiding discolored teeth surfaces.
  • Restoring defects due to enamel growth problems.
  • Can help correcting the length of the tooth.
  • Closing space in between the incisors.
  • Improving the appearance of "crooked teeth".
  • Giving the teeth the chosen whiteness.
  • Restoring a malformed crown.

Disadvantages of veneers?

In cases of very crooked, misaligned or worn teeth, or people with grinding or clenching habits, unfortunately veneers cannot be applied. In these cases dental crowns (either zirconia crowns or porcelain fused to metal crowns) as a more durable and stronger restorative solution is necessary.