close
info
închide
închide
Search in:
Use the search below to find a dentist anywhere in the world!
Filter by category:
Filter by country:
Filter by offers categories:
Keywords:
  • We Recommend We Recommend
    dental clinics, dental offices, dental hygienist
    We Recommend
     
    GO to Dental Clinic
  • Dental Services Dental Services
    find dental services and more
    Dental Services
     
    GO to Dental Service
  • Medical News Medical News
    read about dentistry, dental implants, cosmetic dentistry
    Medical News How to keep your teeth white
    Whitening treatments don't permanently whiten teeth. If you expose your teeth to foods and beverages that cause staining you may see the whiteness start to fade in as little...
     
    GO to Medical News
  • Medical Dictionary Medical Dictionary
    quick access to medical terms
    Medical Dictionary Giardia
    Giardia is a genus of protozoa that infect the gastrointestinal tract of some animals, including humans. Giardia have a large sucking disk which permits them to adhere to the intestinal lining....
     
    GO to Dictionary
  • Dental Products Dental Products
    medical equipment, dental supplies, dental equipment
    Dental Products
     
    GO to Dental Product
  • Case Studies Case Studies
    case study examples, medical case studies, dental case study
    Case Studies Periodontal disease
    Periodontal disease is an infection of the teeth, gums and the bone that bone that surrounds your teeth. Periodontal disease is the leading cause of adults tooth lost. Stopping this condition...
     
    GO to Case Studies
  • Dental Forum Dental Forum
    dentist forums, dental fear forum, dental phobia forum and more
    Dental Forum 6 Months Clinical Masters Program in Implant Dentistry
    6 Months Clinical Masters Program in Implant Dentistry , from May 2013 to November 2013, a total of 12 days in Heidelberg (DE), Como (IT), Maspalomas (ES)The program offers  live surgery and...
     
    GO to Dental Forum
1/7
Join our newsletter!
 newsletter Join our newsletter! Subscribe arr
 
» Illusion - An Illusion is a perception that occurs when a[...]
» Nasal septum - Nasal septum is the dividing wall that runs down[...]
 


» Failed root canal - System
   Topics of discussion about Failed root canal

» Treatment of Orofacial Pain - System
   Topics of discussion about Treatment of[...]

Sorry! The offer has expired!

Back to offers                                    See clinics   Add offer Add offer   Benefits

Tampa Dental Veneers

     Comments (0)
  0 comenta mail yahoo print
Description
Dental veneers, porcelain veneers, porcelain laminates, veneers—what are they, and will they work for me?

I will try to answer these questions and give some insight into the thought process a dentist might use when recommending veneers. All of the above terms refer to the same thing. A thin piece of porcelain is used to create a specific tooth shape and color and is bonded to the front of an existing tooth. Those little wafers of porcelain can turn an unappealing smile into a beautiful smile in as little as two visits.

Some of the reasons for doing dental veneers are:

Closing gaps between teeth
Changing the color of the teeth
Making the teeth appear straighter
Lengthening or shortening the teeth
Combination of all or some of the above

When are veneers the right solution? If the desired results can be obtained by changing the front surface of the teeth only, then veneers may be the right choice. They are appropriate when the teeth are not too crowded or overlapped, when there are no cavities in the teeth, or they are very small. Also, the person’s bite must not be destructive. If little or no natural tooth needs to be removed, to accomplish the desired result, then veneers will probably work. Communication with your dentist about how you want the final result to look is the most important step in the veneer process.

When might your dentist say veneers are not the best choice?

If the patient has severe tooth wear from heavy grinding
If spaces between the teeth are too large
If the patient does not want to do the required number of teeth to get the results they want
If the existing fillings or cavities are too large
If there is too much crowding

How long will veneers last? No dental restoration will last forever. Plan on needing to redo sometime in the future. The average is 10-15 years, but this varies. What you do with them after you leave the dental office has a big influence of the life of the veneers. Daily brushing and flossing, regular dental check-ups and cleanings, care in how you use your teeth (not as tools to open things…), and how you eat with them are all factors.

The younger you are when you first get veneers, the more times they will need to be replaced. For the very young, consider deferring treatment for a few years, or consider other options. Gum levels are still changing between 16 and 25 years old, so veneers done during that time may end up looking too short. If dental veneers are not the right solution for you, there are probably other alternatives that will work better in your case.

At Weith Dental Care, we start with a conversation about how you want your teeth to look, then, when we thoroughly understand what you want we will make recommendations. Veneers are a wonderful way to get that beautiful smile you have always wanted.

Price: unspecified

Tags: Tampa Dental Veneers

Online reservations Contact clinic
Clinic info
Dentist in Florida | Weith Dental Care, P.A.
Date added: 4/14/2010
Expiration date: 3/24/2013
Show phone numbers
Offer ID: 264
Photo Gallery
Tampa Dental Veneers
placut   0 comenta mail yahoo print
Add your comment
We welcome both positive and negative comments.
Do not include:
- Email addresses, phone numbers or other personal information that belong to you or to other people;
- Personal Ads;
- References to other comments or users who have posted comments;
- Obscene or offensive words.

Choose avatar:

Add your comment
General rules
A quality comment contains:
- Specific details that can help others to learn about the product commented;
- Description of experience that you had with the company that registered the offer (if you had the chance);
- A few words about what makes this offer better in comparison with similar offerings;
- A few words about the way that this offer stood up (or not) to your expectation;
We welcome both positive and negative comments.
Do not include:
- Email addresses, phone numbers or other personal information that belong to you or to other people;
- Personal Ads;
- References to other comments or users who have posted comments;
- Obscene or offensive words.
 
Dr. Norman Weinstein
Dr. Norman Weinstein

Dentists Quebec
Add your banner