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Dental Veneers / Laminate

It’s no secret that a beautiful smile does wonders to our confidence. For a lot of people, correcting some flaws in their teeth can be life-changing.

Porcelain veneers are ultra-thin laminates placed over the front part of the tooth to recreate a youthful and natural-looking smile. Veneers can be used to enhance the size, shape, colour and position of your teeth. At Dr. Anil Yadav Dental Clinic, our dentists work very closely with our ceramists to give you a smile you can be proud of.

  • Veneers can improve
  • Teeth discoloration that is unresponsive to whitening

    Crooked or irregularly shaped teeth

    Fractured or worn teeth

    Gaps between the teeth

    Minor teeth misalignment

What is the veneers procedure like?
After your initial consultation, the veneers procedure is typically completed within two sessions. On your first visit, your dentist may do minimal preparations, take impressions and place temporary restorations. In addition, your dentist may create a mockup or wax that allows you to “try on” your new smile. The dentist can also stimulate the final result through digital smile design.

After a few days, you will come for your second appointment to test and fit your veneers. Once all the necessary adjustments are done, your veneers will be bonded to your teeth.
How long do veneers last?
Veneers are made from incredibly durable material but just like your natural teeth, they can crack or break under pressure. With meticulous oral hygiene and routine dental checkups and maintenance, veneers can last anywhere from 15 to 20 years.
How to care for your veneers?
Taking care of your veneers is no different from looking after your natural teeth - brush twice a day with a non-abrasive fluoride toothpaste, floss once daily and visit your dentist and hygienist regularly. If you grind your teeth, your dentist may recommend a nightguard to avoid damaging your veneers.
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Dental Lumineer

Lumineers are a popular veneer option because they are a “minimal preparation” or “no-preparation” procedure that is attractive to both dentists and patients who benefit from the concept of tooth preservation.

This technique is best used with patients who have spacing in their smile and only minor tooth rotations.

Most cosmetic dentists employ conservative bonding techniques in which they only remove enough surface enamel to allow a ceramist to make life-like teeth for patients.

Often Lumineers do not require the dentist to grind, cut or file down any tooth structure for proper placement.

Lumineers vs. Traditional Veneers
Traditional veneers and their thick nature require the grinding down of your original tooth structure.

This can be a painful, anxious experience that many patients would prefer to avoid. Lumineers are unique in that they are ultra-thin (approximately 0.2 mm) and highly translucent, allowing them to replicate the natural appearance of enamel.

Lumineers are so thin they require little to no tooth reduction and no shots. Once the procedure is completed, there is no tooth sensitivity or placement discomfort, so they look and feel natural from the moment they are placed.

With Lumineers you can eat and drink anything you want with confidence because they are applied in the most durable way possible.
With Lumineers you get:

  • A painless procedure
  • Sensitivity-free results
  • Permanently white results that last
  • Permanently white results that last

Your Lumineers can be installed in two easy visits to bring out a beautiful new smile.

During the first visit a precision custom mold will be taken so that personalized veneers can be created, then you and your dentist will choose the shade you think works best for your new, permanently white smile.

On your second visit, your Lumineers are checked for fit and shade then painlessly attached giving you a healthy, natural smile.
Lumineers Maybe Suitable for the Following Cosmetic Dental Motives:

  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Stained or discolored teeth
  • Spaced teeth
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Slightly crowded teeth
  • Worn teeth
  • Small teeth
  • A “Hollywood” smile
  • Braces substitute