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Veneers

At Hansen Dental, porcelain veneers are a frequently performed cosmetic dental surgery. Veneers allow you to conceal stained, chipped, or damaged teeth for a stunning, natural smile.

In Cedarburg, are porcelain veneers what you’re after?

Hansen Dental provides a detailed description of veneers so you can decide whether they’re best for you.

What Are Veneers and How Do They Work?

Veneers are very thin shells made of porcelain or similar high-quality ceramic material. Because they are made especially to fit over your real teeth, they may hide a variety of issues such dental gaps, discoloration, crooked teeth, and more.

They create a strong, long-lasting link with your teeth by the use of adhesive cement.

Veneers’ advantages

Veneers from Hansen Dental provide a number of advantages.

Here are few instances:

The finest aspect of veneers is its ability to create teeth that seem natural and can be replaced. Their bespoke design allows them to blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth, allowing you to smile with beauty and natural ease.

Strengthen the existing teeth: Veneers made of porcelain adhere to fragile teeth, adding additional support and structure to prevent chipping and breaking.

You only need to brush and floss normally and make an appointment with Hansen Dental for an oral hygiene treatment every six months. No extra care is required. We’re done!

Resistance to yellowing and stains: High-quality veneers are resistant to stains. Nevertheless, because the teeth close to your veneers are still susceptible to discoloration, it is imperative that you practice appropriate oral hygiene.

The Veneer Installation Process

Placing veneers is an easy operation. Dr. Neal Rosenberg will first do a comprehensive examination of your mouth to see whether you are a candidate for veneers. If not, a crown or a dental bonding procedure can be a better option.

Neal Rosenberg  will start by gently polishing each tooth that requires attention if they decide veneers are the best course of action for you. This guarantees that the veneers completely match the natural tooth structure and are firmly affixed to the teeth.

After that, Dr. Neal Rosenberg will make molds of your teeth using state-of-the-art casting and imaging methods. They will be used at an off-site factory to create your veneers. This procedure typically takes two to three weeks. While you wait for your personalized veneers to be completed, you will be fitted with temporary veneers.

You are scheduled to return for your second visit after Dr. Neal Rosenberg have received your veneers. The will verify that the veneers’ fit, color, and size are accurate. Your teeth will be thoroughly cleaned before the veneers are bonded in place using dental adhesive. That is all. Treatment is usually minimally invasive and requires just two appointments.

Achieving the ideal grin is really that simple.

Upkeep for Veneers

When veneers have bonded to your teeth, you are under no need to take any more care to protect them. The process is very painless, and your veneers will adhere to your teeth immediately. You may return to your usual routine and diet after seeing Neal Rosenberg, Neal Rosenberg,  for a consultation.

Brushing twice a day for two minutes and flossing once a day are necessary to keep your veneers healthy. Additionally, it is recommended that you have cleanings and examinations at Hansen Dental every six months so that Dr. Neal Rosenberg may check the condition of your veneers and your overall dental health.

Avoiding crunchy foods like as popcorn or nuts is a good idea if you have veneers on.Chew these meals with your molars to prevent wearing down your veneers and causing damage to them.

Chewing on non-food items is likewise not a good idea. They consist of items like pencils, pens, and nails. It’s also prohibited to use your teeth to help tear tape or open goods. It’s possible for these two acts to harm your newly restored smile.

Are Veneers a Long-Term Solution?

Sure. This is because veneers need the removal of a little layer of enamel from your teeth. To ensure that your bite is unaffected by the veneers, this enamel has to be removed. The exposed, fresh enamel aids in the veneer shells’ adhesion to your teeth’s surface.

But the mechanism involved here is irreversible.Furthermore, taking off your veneers will expose your natural teeth, making them weaker and more susceptible to damage and illness.

Because of this, veneers are thought of being a long-term fix. You’ll need to have a veneer changed if one breaks, deteriorates, or fails. If you don’t, you run the risk of experiencing problems with your dental health.

If you are not comfortable with the thought of undergoing an irreversible, permanent procedure, dental bonding may be a better choice. Many of the same cosmetic issues that veneers address may be resolved with bonding without removing any enamel permanently.

Whether cosmetic dental treatment is right for you or not, you should definitely discuss this with Dr. Neal Rosenberg. Kindly contact us immediately to arrange a consultation.

Do all of my teeth need to have veneers placed on them?

Veneers are most often used on the front (anterior) teeth, however they may be used on both the upper and lower teeth. However, they are not the ideal choice for back of the mouth molar and premolar repairs.

The amount of veneers you really need will depend on your circumstances. For example, if you like the way your smile appears but one of your front teeth is chipped, you could need one veneer.

If there are significant gaps between your front teeth or crooked bottom teeth, you may need four or more veneers. Following your cosmetic consultation at Hansen Dental, a customized suggestion will be provided by either Neal Rosenberg .

Do you have doubts about veneers being the best choice for you? Then, discover the actual method used by Hansen Dental! Veneer installation is a long-standing skill of cosmetic dentist Dr. Neal Rosenberg of Hansen Dental. He can assess if you’re a suitable candidate for veneers in a quick appointment.

Now is the perfect time to get the smile of your dreams! Call (262) 377-5130 or visit our Cedarburg facility at N57 W6296 Center St., Cedarburg, WI 53012 to schedule an appointment.