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laminates & veneers

Oddly spaced and discolored teeth can ruin even the most perfect smile and make everyone a bit self-conscious. If you find yourself admiring other people’s ‘pearly whites’ that line up perfectly while yours don’t, then dental veneers or laminates are your ticket to self-confidence.

  • Laminates open up a world of opportunity to customize and rectify flaws, so you can proudly flaunt your best smile. They can tackle a wide range of defects, both natural and circumstantial, like:

  • Teeth that are discolored -- either because of root canal treatment; stains from tetracycline or other drugs, excessive fluoride or other causes; or the presence of large resin fillings that have discolored the tooth
  • Teeth that are worn down
  • Teeth that are chipped or broken
  • Teeth that are misaligned, uneven, or irregularly shaped (for example, have craters or bulges in them)
  • Teeth with gaps between them (to close the space between these teeth)

What is dental veneer?
Dental veneers or dental porcelain laminates are thin, custom-made material shells that look exactly like a human tooth. They can be colored and shaped to replicate your original teeth and correct any visible defects, so you get natural-looking results, and you can confidently flash your best smile!

  • What's the Procedure for Getting a Dental Veneer?

Getting a dental veneer usually requires three trips to the dentist – one for a consultation and two to make and apply the veneers. One tooth or many teeth can simultaneously undergo the veneering process described .

  • Preparation of teeth
    sculpting teeth from wax by our dental artists
  • Temporary teeth made from wax
    Shade selection –photographs , your utmost requirements and our experts skills play major role.
  • Final veneers made
    Most important step is selection of right shade of cement , proper technique , ideal cement , bonding technique.
  • Maintaining veneer
    Dental veneers do not require any special care. Continue to follow good oral hygiene practices, including brushing and flossing as you normally would.