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What Are Veneers for Teeth?

What Do Dental Veneers Do for Teeth?

A veneer is a custom-built porcelain moulding that is glued to the front surface of a tooth. Dental veneers are an easy and efficient way to repair teeth that are rusty, chipped, deformed, or crooked. They can also be used to fill in gaps between teeth where orthodontic dentistry is not an option.

Dental veneers are a form of cosmetic surgery. They only cover the front surface of the tooth and are designed to match the size, shape, and color of your natural teeth, giving you a very natural appearance. A particular shade of porcelain may be picked to enhance the appearance of a single discolored tooth or to lighten your front teeth.

What Are the Different Types of Dental Veneers?And Differences Between Them

Porcelain is the most popular material for dental veneers. Traditional dental veneers need more preperation work than alternatives, which are often referred to as “no-prep veneers.” These no-prep veneers, which include Lumineers and Vivaneeres, require less time to apply and are less intrusive.

Traditional dental veneers include grinding down the tooth structure and, in some cases, even scraping some of the tooth outside the enamel. This allows for proper positioning, but it is an irreversible operation that can be painful or discomforting. It also often necessitates the use of a local anesthetic.

No-prep dental veneers, conversely, can necessitate some tooth preparation or modification, but only minor changes. No-prep veneers only impact the enamel, rather than removing layers of tooth under the enamel. No-prep veneers don’t often necessitate the use of local anesthetics.

Dental veneers are not like crowns or teeth implants. Veneers are thin shells that protect the front of the teeth. Dental implants, on the other hand, are tooth replacements that replace the whole tooth. While veneers only cover the front surface of teeth, crowns cover the entire teeth which is visible with a smile. 

What Are the Different Types of Dental Veneers?And Differences Between Them

How to Prepare for Your Dental Veneers Appointment in Turkey?

Before you get your dental veneers in Turkey, you can send us your previous X-rays or dental scans so that you can discuss which choices are best for you and how many veneers you want. The best dental treatment plan for your condition will be arranged accordingly by your dentist on phone, e-mail or face to face in Turkey. 

If you do not have any X-rays, At this stage, your dentist will most likely take X-rays to check the health of your teeth. They will also examine the teeth for signs of decay, gum disease, or the need for root canals. Since everyone’s teeth and mouth’s condition is different, your treatment plan will be custom-made. So, you may not be a good candidate for veneers if you have any of these terms. After they are treated, you can get your dental veneers in Turkey quickly and efficiently.

Before taking a mold (impression) of your teeth, your dentist in Turkey trims down about a half-millimeter of your tooth (removing the enamel using a grinding tool) to provide correct sizing for your veneers at the next appointment. This mold is then sent to the lab, where your veneers will be made.

Your dental holiday in Turkey will include accommodation, flight tickets, and transportation by VIP car to/from hotel to/from dental clinic. Our trusted dental clinics are located in Turkey and they are the best in terms of dental work and hygiene. They are experienced in their field for many years and have treated thousands of patients’ teeth via dental veneers, dental crowns, dental bridges, dental implants and more.