Porcelain Veneers

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Porcelain Veneers

The porcelain veneers are extremely thin ceramic sheets that are bonded to the front surfaces of the teeth. They are used to correct aesthetic defects in the shape, colour, size and position of the teeth.

With porcelain veneers we can face aesthetic problems that are difficult to deal with bonding. The alternative way of dealing with these imperfections is to cover the teeth with crowns that require more grinding.

Bonding (Όψεις ρητίνης) Denta
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Indications

  • Crooked teeth when one does not want orthocaps (orthodontic treatment without braces).
  • Very small teeth
  • Broken teeth.
  • Gaps between teeth (intervals).

Contraindications

  • In patients who grind or tighten their teeth.
  • In very damaged teeth.

Advantages

  • They require less grinding compared to the crowns.
  • It is an excellent aesthetic solution.
  • They have zero absorption of dyes.

Disadvantages

  • They require more teeth grinding than bonding.

1st Visit

  • Colour definition.
  • Tooth preparation (grinding), in some cases does not require grinding of the enamel.
  • Taking a fingerprint of brushed teeth.
  • Construction of temporary veneers.
  • Soldering temporary veneers.

2nd Visit

  • Assessment of veneers.
  • Soldering of veneers.
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PREVENTION

“Preventing is better than healing“; therefore, it is important to keep children and adults properly informed about oral hygiene as well as eating habits.

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DIAGNOSIS

Detailed dental examination takes place at the first visit. After the information is collected, the diagnosis and alternative treatment plans will be analysed.

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TREATMENT

Our scientific team with excellent education and continuous training is able to cope with all the dental needs of our patients.

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Opening hours

  • Monday :10:00 - 18:00
  • Tuesday :10:00 - 18:00
  • Wednesday :10:00 - 18:00
  • Thursday :10:00 - 18:00
  • Friday :10:00 - 18:00