Composite veneers

Conservative and aesthetic dentistry

If we don't like the shape or color of our teeth, we can correct it by, for example, using good quality composite material.

Modern materials can successfully imitate the color and reflection of natural tooth tissue. So, with their help, you can not only fill carious defects in the lateral and anterior sections, but also cover the entire front surfaces of the teeth, creating so-called veneers.

In this way, we correct enamel cracks, enamel and dentin hypoplasia, and discolored endodontically treated teeth that have become darker over time.

With the help of veneers, we can correct differences in the size of teeth, worn teeth, and even minor malocclusions, such as teeth rotated or retracted. Tooth under composite veneer requires only a little preparation.


see also: Anesthetics Properties of filling materials Diast closing Reconstruction of teeth after injury Dentine hypersensitivity Treatment of dentine hypersensitivity Endocrown Treatment of enamel hypoplasia