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Veneers are thin, custom-made shells or covers that are designed to fit over the front surface of a tooth. They are typically made from porcelain or composite resin and are used to improve the appearance of teeth by addressing issues such as discoloration, stains, chipping, misalignment, or gaps between teeth. Veneers are a popular cosmetic dentistry option and are often used to create a more attractive and uniform smile.
If you choose to perform the procedure at BajaDent Tijuana, we will first thoroughly examine your teeth. This examination will often include taking X-rays and impressions of your teeth. After that, we must remove a thin enamel layer from the teeth. We will later create an impression which will be sent to our laboratory to create a veneer. While we make your permanent mold, we will provide you with temporary veneers. Before your permanent veneers are cemented to your teeth, they will be given one last adjustment.
Lumineers, despite their popularity, aren’t the highest-quality veneers and still require tooth preparation. We offer Lumineers in Tijuana for $520 each, but custom-made E.max veneers are a better, less expensive choice. Our Empress veneers, similar to Lumineers, cost only $380 each, while E.max veneers are the best, known for durability and luminance. Our custom-made veneers require 2-3 visits and can last over 20 years.
Types of veneers used in our clinic are: E.max Porcelain, Empress Porcelain, Lumineers Porcelain
Veneers are a popular cosmetic dentistry choice due to their minimally invasive nature, ability to address various dental flaws, durability, and resistance to staining. They offer a natural look by customizing the shape, size, and color to match existing teeth. Veneers also have a quick application process with minimal downtime, providing immediate results and boosting self-confidence.
Veneers have drawbacks to consider. They are irreversible since they require enamel removal. Veneers can be costly and aren’t always covered by insurance. They may chip or crack and need maintenance. Severe dental issues or teeth grinding can limit their suitability. Weigh these disadvantages against the benefits before choosing veneers.
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