DISADVANTAGES OF LAMINATE VENEERS

The laminate veneers have the leading position among the methods that are commonly used as well as have a number of disadvantages. You may benefit from laminate veneers to restore broken teeth and the laminate veneers are relatively healthier than other restorations. However, it is more expensive than other restorations. The laminate veneer has the leading position among precise techniques and requires to have a first-class quality laboratory process and clinical studies. The laminate veneers intended to use require artistic skills of the dentist to have a matured potential. The laminate veneers can be used for gap-toothed persons, abraded teeth, crooked teeth, discolored teeth, excessively visible gums, and worn teeth, and are also included in the indispensable elements of tooth whitening process. The laminate veneers require less loss of material of teeth and abrading only one surface of the natural tooth. With less loss of material, the laminate veneers conserve the tooth structure and support to have less sensitivity to certain items. This treatment methods includes good adaptation of gums and is not indicated for covered teeth. If you have covered teeth, or teeth clenching habit, you may have risk for breaking or rupturing. After treatment, some persons may have bruxism.

It is very important to for the dentist to identify the standard case for the use of laminate veneers. If the patient has an improper jaw closing, they may be at risk for breaking. The dentist must be trained in order to have positive and favorable results. The teeth need not to be reduced in size. The laminate veneers minimize the formation of tartar and may allow you to have a perfect smile.

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