Dental veneers in Dublin are a popular way to help perfect a smile. They are a very versatile cosmetic dental treatment that is relatively non-invasive, and which can be used to modify teeth in a number of different ways. A dental veneer consists of a very thin piece of porcelain that is made to fit precisely over the front of your tooth, and quite often the biting edge of the tooth. It is typically just 0.5mm thick, but in spite of this it is reasonably strong once cemented into position.

Dental veneers Dublin They are worth considering if you have one or two teeth that are slightly out of alignment, or if you have gaps in between one or more of your teeth. Quite a lot of people have a gap in between their front teeth, something that is called a diastema. While some like the character it provides, others would prefer to have it closed up completely if possible, or at least minimised. If the gap is particularly large then it might not be possible to close it up completely without leaving you with two front teeth that look too wide.

If it really bothers you, your dentist in Dublin might recommend an alternative solution such as orthodontics to help close it at least slightly. Once you have completed orthodontic treatment then you might find you still need veneers, but they can be more correctly proportioned to compliment your smile.

Dental veneers in Dublin are also a good way to cover up teeth that might be discoloured or stained, or just a less than an ideal shape or size. They are great for helping to replace areas of teeth that may have become worn down, or which have chipped.

Getting Your New Dental Veneers in Dublin

The first step in getting dental veneers in Dublin is to book an appointment with one of our dentists in Portobello Dental Clinic. They will assess your smile, and can help you decide whether or not dental veneers are the right choice for you. They will only recommend you have veneers if they firmly believe they will give good results, and will help to remedy any issues you have with your smile.

The next step will be to prepare the teeth. A minimal amount of tooth material will almost certainly need to be removed from the front surfaces of the teeth. This is necessary, as even though the veneers are incredibly thin, they would look too bulky and artificial if they were simply cemented onto the front of teeth that had not been prepared. Once your dentist is happy with the preparation, they will take an impression of your teeth to send to the dental lab. This is cast up in dental plaster to provide a detailed working model of your teeth, and is used for fabrication.

It can take a couple of weeks for your veneers to be made as the process is quite involved and intricate. Once they are ready you can return to Portobello Dental Clinic to have them tried in and bonded onto your teeth. You’ll need to take care of your veneers with regular check-ups, and good dental care at home, as this will help to prolong their life.

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