During the second appointment, Dr. de Cardenas will make a mold of your teeth to construct the veneers. By the third visit, your veneers will be complete, as well as ready for installation. We will fit and bond the veneers in your mouth at our office.
Benefits Of Porcelain Veneers in Miami
Porcelain veneers in Miami are very successful in circumstances where teeth have developed poor coloring, shape, or contour. It can provide a solution for fractured teeth, teeth gaps, and in many situations where the positioning of teeth has become compromised, creating bite-related problems. Certain patients have trouble where their teeth are generally unresponsive or minimally responsive to tooth whitening, in addition to bleaching procedures. When this happens, porcelain veneers in Miami may be the most viable option for improving their smile.
The nature of the composition of veneers being sculpted to the patient’s unique smile makes it nearly impossible to distinguish between a veneer and the original natural teeth. Additionally, veneers are far more resistant to staining and fading from coffee, tea, and tobacco use because of their material composition.
Instead of porcelain, composite veneers are made of engineered resin affixed to your teeth’ outer surface. These types of veneers are made to match your teeth perfectly and improve your overall smile.
In terms of their differences in time, composite veneers are done much more quickly than their porcelain counterparts, as they can be done in the same visit you ask for them. First, your dentist will match the resin to the shade of your surrounding teeth for the most natural look.
Next, the resin is adhered to your teeth, cured, and then polished. You can walk out the same day with a brand new smile. On the other hand, porcelain veneers typically take at least two visits. It starts with your dentist removing a very thin layer of your teeth to take an impression of your smile.
Once the mold is finished, it’s sent to a lab, and you are given temporary veneers. When you come back for your second visit, your porcelain veneers will be bonded to your teeth with cement.
Porcelain veneers are composed of several thin ceramic layers that replace the original tooth enamel and are applied through an adhesive. To apply a veneer, a small amount of the tooth enamel is removed to create room for the porcelain laminate veneers to fit within the mouth.
You can contact us to discover how veneers cosmetic dentistry in Miami can give you your best smile. Contact Dr. de Cardenas today and experience the difference between being treated as a patient and being treated as a part of the family.