Dental veneers are a great choice for enhancing your smile, boosting your confidence, and improving the function of your teeth. Veneers can help repair unsightly chips, discolorations, cracks, or malformations. Veneers are a great option for patients of all ages due to the versatility, customization and minimal amount of prep work required. Dr. Anthony Mobasser has helped thousands of patients from around the world improve their smiles and has personally placed over 10,000 veneers successfully throughout his career. If you or someone you love is considering dental veneers, you likely have questions about the procedure and how it works. Dr. Anthony Mobasser has taken the time to address your dental veneers faqs below to help you make an informed decision on your oral health.
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Dental Veneers FAQs
Do Veneers ruin your teeth?
True Veneers, actually strengthen and beautify your teeth. Veneers are supposed to bond to enamel and not dentin, so the more conservative the procedure the longer the veneer will last. Be aware, that many patients think they got veneers but end up getting 3/4 crowns instead which is generally called a porcelain restoration and they are not considered veneers, and can ruin a perfect health tooth. The expertise of the dentist, case selection, and the team of his ceramist is vital, not to ruin your teeth.
How much do veneers cost?
Veneers cost by an average dentist and average lab in Los Angeles or Beverly Hills in California start around $2000, however for an expert cosmetic dentist and with a master ceramist the price of veneers can start around $3500 and up.
Are Veneers permanent?
Veneers done right, followed by strict protocol, can be lasting a long time in excess of 30 plus years. There are many factors that can alternate the longevity, which includes, the expertise and knowledge of the veneer dentist, the individuals bite and function, para functional habits of the individual, such as grinding, clenching, the acidity, trauma, among other factors.
Are Veneers worth it?
Absolutely! The veneers can give you that feeling of confidence and being happy. It turns an average smile to a gorgeous smile. It gives you a sense of security since it can strengthen your teeth, and take 5 to 10 years off your face! Lots of people say I wish I had done them 5 years before!
How long do veneers last?
According to ADA (American Dental Association) veneers can last around 7 to 10 years, However if they are true veneers, We have done veneers about 36 years ago that are still looking great and functioning well in our patients mouth! Know that longevity of the veneers have direct correlation with, which veneer dentist is doing it, your bite, function of your teeth, the preservation of your enamel, trauma, and acidity of your saliva.
How long does it take for gums to heal after veneers?
If your gums start getting inflamed, or bleeding or puffy, it usually is sign of veneers that need to be inspected for fit, possible excess cement and possibly redone!
Veneers are supposed to give you healthy gums, and usually Veneer procedure must not get started if the gums are not healthy. the puffy gums need to be treated prior to veneering procedure.
If you had to do gum contouring, due to uneven gum architecture, prior to having veneers done, it is wise to wait 2 to 3 weeks for gums to heal before you start the veneers procedure.
Does the gum grow back after veneers? what to do if my teeth show black triangles?
The cause of black triangle is loss of papillae ( the triangular shape gum between the teeth), and recession of the gums. Your gums do not grow back. Once you do have recessions and showing black triangle, unfortunately the black space between teeth remains, unless the veneers can be redone, by adding more porcelain to the neck of the veneers to hide the black space. In certain occasions gum surgery may reduce the black space triangle.
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We hope our dental veneers FAQs helped you learn more about your options. If you or someone you love is interested in dental veneers in Los Angeles, schedule a free consultation with Dr. Anthony Mobasser, one of the top cosmetic dentists for dental veneers, and Lumineers. We proudly serve patients in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Century City, Holmby Hills, Bel Air, West Hollywood, Malibu, Santa Monica, Calabasas, Westlake, Palm Springs, Westwood, Brentwood, throughout California, U.S and the world.