Porcelain Veneers are the most common and excellent solution in Smile Makeovers and correct all imperfections, chipped off teeth, gaps, mis alignments and all discolorations.
Thin shell-like ceramic pieces used to recreate the natural look of teeth while providing strength and resilience comparable to Natural Teeth granting amazing results!Are placed over a damaged, misaligned, or stained tooth after years of coffee or wine-drinking and smoking.
The big advantage is that it can be done in one day. Creemers dental team uses eMax Veneers as they are absolutely natural looking and highly aesthetic and long lasting.
Porcelain Veneers are thin to ultra thin (0,3mm) porcelain shields that are glued or bonded over the teeth and guarantee a beautiful new smile for decades.
In certain cases we only roughen the teeth surface,these are the so called minimal-prep veneers!
Sometimes when teeth are not well aligned we will drill and correct the teeth positions a little to create some space, but this is no issue, as the added thickness to the teeth of minimal 0,3mm is not visible.
Each patient gets his custom made veneers with the result he always dreamed of.
We use minimally invasive cosmetic techniques so as to keep as much as possible of your original tooth structure
Smile Makeover with Porcelain Veneers
Smile Design takes into account a variety of factors with your teeth,all of which can be addressed by Porcelain Veneersin order to create the beautiful smile you desire. A full treatment plan is created for your needs. They include: • Porcelain Veneers • Zoom!® Teeth Whitening • Dental Implants • Tooth-Colored Fillings
Every Smile Design program is custom-made for each individual!!
Also called gum reshaping or tissue sculpting, this cosmetic dental procedure can even out an uneven gum line and give you a smile you can be proud of in combination with your smile makeover. Gum contouring alone is considered a cosmetic procedure.
What Causes Uneven Gums?
A number of things can cause your gums to be too low or too high. Gums that cover a large portion of your teeth can make your teeth look small. This may be the result of genetics, a particular health problem, or taking certain medications.