Although veneer treatment has become very common recently, there are still people who wonder about this treatment. In fact, some patients think that this application is very difficult and painful, and they are afraid of being treated. That’s why we have prepared this guide called Dental Veneer Application Stages and in this article we will provide detailed information about the All Veneers Process. So you will understand how easy this treatment is.

How are veneers placed?

In fact, the answer to the question how are veneers placed, which is the last stage of veneer treatment, is simple. Before the veneers treatment, the patient is examined and if there is an infection in the teeth, their treatment is performed first. A general cleaning of the teeth is carried out. In order for the coating to fit comfortably, the necessary corrections are made to the teeth. The type of prosthesis selected by the patient is prepared. The prepared prostheses are placed in their sockets. It is followed up for 2-3 days. Some patients may experience a veneer tooth fall in the following days. There is a case to be made panic. With the advice of the environment, definitely do not try to glue it on your own. If you have found the fallen crown, store it in a sterile form. Call your dentist and make an appointment for the nearest date. Do not actively use your exposed tooth until the appointment date. Be careful about your eating and drinking because it will be sensitive to cold & heat. Brush regularly with a soft-headed toothbrush.

Classic Veneers Procedure

The steps followed in veneer treatment are valid for the Classic Veneers Procedure. Your dentist will first examine your teeth and/or teeth that require veneers. As a result of the examination, the process is determined for the procedures to be performed according to the current indication. Coating has become painless and simple thanks to modern technologies and techniques. There are a large number of different tooth coverings to choose from. Veneers are made of very thin and durable porcelain pieces that can be specially shaped and colored for teeth. Crooked and misshapen teeth, spots that cannot be treated with whitening, gaps that are not visible between the teeth, and are resorted to in the treatment of decayed teeth.

Same-Day Veneers Procedure

Although the Same-Day Veneers Procedure seems easy, it is actually a detailed treatment method. Some preliminary preparation is needed before it is coated on the tooth. At this stage, called tooth cutting, the tooth is abraded to the amount of coating that will come on it. Sometimes there may be too much loss of substance in the tooth, such as that in the picture above. In this case, it may be necessary to insert a screw into the dentin layer of the tooth so that the area where the coating will sit is intact. A digital measurement of the tooth ready for coating is taken with a special device. On the three-dimensional image transferred to the computer, a personalized tooth design is made again through the software produced for this purpose. From porcelain or hybrid ready-made blocks, the production of the crown is carried out using a computer-operated engraving system. The crown, the production of which has been completed, turns into a tooth color after baking. If porcelain crowns are selected, after the patient is checked in the mouth, baking is performed once again for a final glazing. If a hybrid material is used, there is no need for baking and glazing.

Clip-On Veneers Procedure

A practical solution, the Clip-On Veneers Procedure is very easy compared to other methods. Temporary dentures prepared for the continuation of your daily life and meeting your food needs until permanent dentures are installed during implant treatment or after tooth extraction are used in the healing process of tissues. Temporary dentures, also called movable dentures, can be worn on the day the tooth is pulled out or the implant is inserted, or they can also be used after a certain period of time has elapsed. For which teeth the treatment is performed, it is installed only by preparing a prosthesis for those teeth. Clip-On Veneers, but if all the teeth of the patient have been removed, a temporary prosthesis is prepared for the entire palate. In some treatments, the patient’s healing process in the gum tissues is long. During this period, temporary prostheses become important in order for the patient to be fed, not to have problems with his speech and not to have difficulties from a social point of view.

Replacing Veneers Procedure

Depending on the type of veneer you use, the Replacing Veneers Procedure changes. In some cases, only the dentist can do this. The most important thing is not to damage the underlying tooth. Trying to remove the tooth covering by hitting it with a crown remover causes the teeth that are weak periodontically to shake or dislodge. It is also necessary to take into account the possibility of fracture of the dental crown. Therefore, the coating must be cut and moved through the tooth. Dental veneers that are removed safely are replaced with new ones and can be used in a healthy way for many years.

How should I book a veneer appointment?

We recommend that you plan for a veneer appointment at least 1 month in advance. If you are considering going abroad for veneer treatment, we have a few recommendations for you. In this way, you can make your appointment schedule faster:

  • Contact the clinic online first and send your pictures taken from all angles of your teeth. Think of this step as a first check.
  • The clinic tells you the details and cost of the treatment to be applied and determines a suitable time frame for the appointment.
  • You approve this date according to your own plan and plan for flight tickets and accommodation.
  • Before the appointment, you should definitely prepare the flight ticket and accommodation.
  • You will need to go back and forth twice in the veneer treatment. You can even make reservations for a second appointment. This will be more economical.

Do Veneers Require Anesthesia?

Patients who think that veneer treatment is difficult, wonder the answer to the question of Do Veneers Require Anesthesia. Yes, anesthesia is required and anesthesia is definitely done before the application. Because there is a stage where the teeth need to be cut and this stage does not start without anesthesia. Sedation can be done for patients who are very afraid of the dentist. Thus, the patient does not feel or see anything during the application. Anesthesia is recommended for most dental treatments. Even in a seemingly simple tooth cleaning procedure, anesthesia can sometimes be applied. Teeth are very sensitive and no matter how durable the patient is, it is important for the patient to remain calm so that the dentist can work comfortably.

How long does the entire Veneer application take?

If you are going abroad for veneer treatment, you have the right to know the answer to the question how long does the entire Veneer application take. Because you will plan accordingly. In fact, dental veneer treatment takes about 5 days. Although this time varies according to the number of teeth, this is the average treatment time. But this does not cover the whole treatment. Veneers are produced and placed within 2-3 months. In short, it is more correct to plan a 3-month period for the entire treatment. In some exceptional and extraordinary cases, the treatment may be prolonged. If there is an undesirable situation or a situation that requires an extra procedure, the duration of treatment may change accordingly. You will meet with your dentist at least 2-3 times during the treatment process. Your dentist will inform you of these appointments.