How Do Veneers Work?
Before starting any treatments with Dr. Samadian, he and his team will perform a couple of tests to examine your dental and gingival health. They will proceed to fix any dental issues and examine how many individual dental veneers are needed. The dental veneers can be full or partial, depending on how big the surface that they need to cover is.
Full veneers cover the teeth completely, while the partial ones only cover the discolored or chipped parts of your teeth. No-prep veneers are when we don’t need to touch the teeth at all and the veneers will go over the untouched teeth. Most of the times, around 0.3-0.5 millimeters off the tooth’s surface is removed to correct the bite discrepancies and imprections. This minimal prep will help preserve the tooth’s nerve while maintaining the tooth’s maximum strength. In many cases, Dr. Samadian is able to skip this step and deliver no-prep veneers. The no-prep veneers are ultra-thin and can be applied without any preparation beforehand. No-prep veneers are perfect for anyone who has gaps, chips, and discolorations that he/she wants to cover with as little hassle as possible (this is done even without numbing the patients).
Getting your dental veneers often requires time. Most dentists will ask you to return a couple of times before you get to show off your new and beautiful smile. Dr. Samadian is one of the very few ones that are able to provide same-day veneers in many cases. Same-day veneers, as the name suggests, are applied the very same day, which means that you will get your smile makeover same-day. To do that, dr. Samadian uses his on-site digital dental lab as well as CAD/CAM – 3D printing technology to create your customized dental veneers. No pain or hassle is involved in the process. Dr. Samadian will pick the best type of porcelain that is used for your veneers based on your bite and other considerations.