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Indications for prosthetics with veneers

Veneers are aesthetic ceramic designs used permanently to correct the appearance of teeth. In most cases, dentists perform veneer reconstruction for the front teeth, but there are situations when installing veneers on all teeth may be necessary, for example, in severe forms of fluorosis resulting in a wide smile.

What is included in the price for installing veneers?

Veneers are thin ceramic plates individually made to fully match the shape and color of each patient's teeth.

The price for installing veneers immediately includes several items of expenses:

• Initial inspection;

• Planning the shape of a smile;

• Selection of the shape and color of the veneer;

• Site preparation (enamel turning, if necessary);

• Production of veneers for individual orders;

• Installation of veneers.

The advantages of prosthetics of all teeth with veneers at the same time

As mentioned, in some cases, it may be necessary to install veneers on all teeth. At Marina Dentists clinisc, you can undergo this procedure promptly, allowing you to quickly return to your normal lifestyle with a new beautiful smile.

Stages of installing veneers

When installing veneers, the patient undergoes several stages:

  1. Initial examination (diagnosis, professional oral hygiene, treatment of all dental and soft tissue diseases — gums and periodontal).

  2. Treatment planning (selection of veneer shape and color, smile modeling, taking photos for treatment).

  3. Production of veneers in production.

  4. Tooth surface preparation for veneer installation — cleaning, processing (if necessary, enamel turning can be performed).

  5. Installing veneers and comparing the result with the original picture.

How to increase the lifespan of veneers

When wearing veneers, patients receive recommendations aimed at increasing their lifespan:

  1. Dietary adjustments (limiting consumption of solid foods, e.g., nuts, reducing dye intake).

  2. Thorough oral care (individual hygiene after every meal — brushing with toothpaste combined with flossing to prevent plaque and tartar formation, reducing the risk of cavities and periodontitis).

  3. Regular dental check-ups (to monitor tooth and oral cavity condition, perform professional hygiene, and promptly prevent and treat diseases).

Rehabilitation and recovery after veneer installation

Specific rehabilitation after veneer installation is not required. Patients need to follow dentist recommendations, maintain thorough oral hygiene, and promptly seek dental assistance at the slightest sign of tooth or surrounding soft tissue illness.