Process & Treatment
Initially, your tooth will be prepared by reshaping the tooth surface where a small amount of enamel will be taken off from the front and the sides of the teeth to apply the veneers. This will allow your veneers to look more natural and similar to the other teeth present.
Next, a tooth impression is made and sent to the laboratory to start preparing your veneer. The preparation will take several days or weeks, and you will be provided with temporary veneers to wear till then.
Your final visit involves placing the prepared veneers on your teeth. Before application, a thorough oral cleansing will take place to ensure your mouth is free of harmful bacteria. A grinding tool will be used to create a rough texture on the tooth. The process will make it easier for veneers to stick with the tooth.
Dental cement is used to bond the veneer to your tooth. Following the process, a UV light is applied to harden the cement quickly. Afterward, excess adhesive will be removed, and your bite will be checked, and you are good to go with your newly gained smile.