Teeth veneers: A new smile in a few steps using veneers

Teeth veneers: A new smile in a few steps using veneers

Teeth veneers | learn about the types of veneers with Medstom, and what is the different between Porcelain veneers and Photopolymer veneers and zirconium venee

In Medstom dental clinics we know how to tell stories about smiles, this is our main mission.

Today we will talk about veneers and the new "styling" for smiles.

What are veneers?

The veneers are thin scales 0.3-0.6 mm thick, which are glued to the front of the tooth. After fixing them, the veneers create an extremely strong connection with the natural tooth, which makes the veneer an integral part of it.

Many people believe that with the passage of time and the so-called. "Aging of the veneer", they will lose their luster, while at the same time there will be a change in their color.

Quality veneers do not change color, on the contrary, taking the same shape and color of the teeth, they remain completely invisible to others.

When are veneers used?

Undoubtedly, a smile is responsible for the overall radiance, so the placement of dental veneers is a preferred procedure that is not accompanied by pain and discomfort.

The procedure is quick and easy, and the result is a radiant smile.

We need dental veneers when:

  • The teeth are stained and cannot be bleached;
  • Teeth are broken or erased;
  • The teeth are crooked, deformed or there is a distance between them;
  • The teeth have multiple fillings.

What are the types of veneers?

There are several types of veneers:

Porcelain veneers (ceramic veneers)

they are extremely popular and widespread. They are made of special ceramics, which is as close as possible to the natural tooth.

Porcelain veneers are glued to the tooth surface using special adhesives. This type of dental veneers sit as naturally as possible in the oral cavity, which makes them extremely preferred in aesthetic dentistry.

Photopolymer veneers (bonding veneers)

They are a lower class than porcelain veneers. They are made of photopolymer, which is highly aesthetic. In this type of veneers, a small part of the tooth enamel is sanded, then the part is replaced by placing small amounts of photopolymer. The next step is polishing the teeth, which gives extra shine to the teeth.

Plus with direct photopolymer veneers is their lower cost and fast placement, with only one clinical visit.

Zirconium veneers

This is a thin zirconium flake, made according to the individual needs of each patient. By attaching to the surface of the teeth, zirconia veneers achieve an immediate transformation of the smile. This type of veneer is one of the strongest materials for construction

It is recommended that patients visit their dentist regularly so that he can monitor the condition of the dental veneers and their adaptation over time.

Frequent preventive examinations are needed.

It is very important and last but not least that patients should maintain good oral hygiene and use mouthwash and dental floss. Tartar and bacterial plaque should be cleaned regularly to prevent inflammation and new caries.

Medstom Dental Clinics is one of the best dental practices in Sofia. The 18-year-old proven professionalism has created over 195,000 loyal patients around the world and in Bulgaria.

The two modern dental clinics in the center of Sofia have 12 highly qualified specialists and the best dental equipment in the country.

With us you will find dental care for each of your individual problems - pediatric dentistry, endodontics, orthodontics and aesthetic dentistry - placement of veneers and braces, and our implant specialists will restore your missing teeth.


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