The dental veneer corrects the defects of the teeth thanks to a simple technique which preserves the original tooth.
Veneers are place in the following cases:
- Restore their natural color to teeth stained by tobacco, tea or coffee;
- Restore a homogeneous shape to teeth that are too short, too small or that have suffered damage (break, crack, etc.);
- Correct the alignment of teeth that are too far apart (diastemas).
A durable and painless technique
The dental veneer is a very thin coating of about 0.5mm which is bonded to the outer face of the teeth . To make a veneer, the visible face of the tooth is very slightly reduced by a few tenths of a millimetre. The dental veneer is positioned on the space thus freed.
Dental veneers with Dentego
At Dentego, for a natural appearance of the teeth, we practice the placement of dental veneers in pure ceramic as well as the placement of Lumineers veneers . Performed by an experienced dentist, the operation ensures a lasting result, without risk of detachment of the dental facets.
Our practitioners and dentists specialize in placing Lumineers veneers , which are placed non-invasively and painlessly on your teeth. They preserve the enamel of your teeth and give you the smile you dreamed of, in a lasting way. All the studies conducted show that Lumineers dental veneers can last more than 20 years . Your radiant smile will therefore follow you everywhere and for many years.
The price of dental veneers depends on the patient’s needs, which is why a suitable and transparent quote will be provided to you beforehand.
Do you dream of a perfect smile with aligned teeth and sparkling white? Dental veneers are a minimally or non-invasive way, depending on the type chosen, to correct imperfections in your teeth. Experts in dental aesthetics, Dentego dentists advise you and carry out the installation of your veneers for a natural result. Make an appointment now at the dental center closest to you!
The dental facet corrects the defects of the dentition thanks to a simple technique which preserves the original tooth. This treatment therefore improves the aesthetics of the smile for homogeneous, perfectly aligned teeth of the desired color. It is a much less invasive alternative to the dental crown which, in turn, requires cutting a substantial part of the tooth and then placing a prosthesis. In which cases should you consider having dental veneers? How is the pose done and is it painful? Dentego takes stock and answers any questions you may have about this treatment.
How to maintain your dental veneers?
Dental veneers do not require special care apart, of course, from basic oral hygiene. Teeth should therefore be brushed at least twice a day, and ideally after each meal. If you don’t have the opportunity to brush your teeth, after lunch for example, finish by drinking a large glass of water and chewing sugar-free gum. You can complete your teeth cleaning by flossing or using interdental brushes. Annual visits to the dentist are always a must, since the dentist will be able to detect any beginning of caries or infection. He can also carry out cleaning treatments, such as descaling in order to eliminate the dental plaque accumulated on the teeth. After sixty, oral health becomes more fragile and it is recommend to consult your practitioner twice a year. All this care is all the more important for veneer wearers. Indeed, in the event that a cavity forms on the natural tooth, it may be necessary to remove the veneer in order to treat the cavity. The entire treatment would then have to be restarted.
How much does dental veneers cost?
The price of dental veneers depends on several elements:
- The needs and requirements of the patient;
- The number of facets to be apply.
- technique used, etc.
This is why a suitable and transparent quote will be provided to you beforehand. This treatment being consider as an intervention for aesthetic purposes, it is not reimburse by the Health Insurance. It is, however, interesting to find out from your mutual insurance company to find out if it could cover part of the cost of the operation.