Brampton Dental Veneers
Dental Veneers in Brampton
Porcelain Veneers at KM Dental group is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures that is requested by our patients. Dental Veneers are made out of porcelain material which have light reflecting properties similar to your natural tooth enamel. We know that chipped and cracked tooth can easily ruin your smile and that is why porcelain veneers help our patients obtain the aesthetic smile that they have always been looking for.
Not only does porcelain veneers improve the overall look of the teeth but it also provides them with the strength and resilience. A great advantage of porcelain veneers is that they are suitable for variety of patients as it can correct the shape, color and even size of the teeth.
Porcelain Veneers are beneficial for both senior and young patients but keep in mind that they can only be used to fix the aesthetic problems of the mouth. Some of the common uses of the porcelain veneers are:
- Porcelain Veneers can be used to correct the color of the teeth and those who have darker teeth can use them to good effect.
- It can be used to correct the excessive wear that is usually caused by the tooth grinding and other diseases.
- Treatment of cracked and chipped teeth
- Fill interdental spaces.
- Treat Misaligned Teeth
- Correct uneven smiles
Veneers are available in both porcelain and resin composite material however porcelain offers better resistance to the stains and also increases the resistance to other wear and tears. Porcelain veneers also require less maintenance as compared to the resin veneers.
A great advantage of porcelain veneers at our Brampton dental office is that they can be applied in just two visits. In the first session, the dentist takes the impression of the targeted and the neighbor teeth. This helps create an accurate reproduction of the teeth. The impressions are then sent to the lab that produces the veneers according to the shape and color of the actual teeth. In the second appointment the veneers are securely attached to the teeth.