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Summary


Dental veneers are a thin tooth covering that is usually made from ceramic or porcelain. They are custom made to fit over your existing teeth. They only cover the front of a tooth that is cosmetically unappealing.

Reasons to get dental veneers:  

               Spaces between teeth

               Broken Teeth

               Chipped teeth

               Stained fillings

               Stained teeth

               Crooked or uneven teeth

Length of the procedure: 3 dental office visits


Hospital Stay: Dental veneers are placed in an outpatient procedure

Recovery before traveling home: Patients seeking dental veneers through medical tourism can return home in one week in most cases.


Travel Tip: This procedure requires more than one procedure. It is best to plan a two week vacation so you can accommodate all three visits to the dentist. Choose a destination of interest to you so you can sight see and relax in between the dental visits.

Procedure Details

On your first visit to the dentist they discuss your desired outcome and create a smile design using specialized software. They will prepare your teeth for the dental veneers by removing some of your tooth surface. This makes space for the dental veneers. They will also take an impression of your teeth to create a mold for the creation of the dental veneers.


When you return to the dentist for your second visit the dentist will check out the fit on your dental veneers. The dentist must check both the function and cosmetic appeal of the dental veneer. If the dental veneer does not fit correctly or look right the dentist may take an additional mold and you will need to schedule another appointment.
 

If the dental veneer fits correctly and looks right on the second visit no third visit is required. The dentist can bond the dental veneer to your tooth at this time. To do this the dentist will cleanse your teeth with a chemical solution that enhances the bonding process.  Then, they will use dental cement to adhere the dental veneer to your tooth. To harden the cement a special light beam is shined on your teeth.


After the Procedure

After your dental veneers are placed your mouth and teeth may feel strange for a few weeks. This feeling should subside rather quickly. In between the first visit and the placement of your dental veneers your teeth may feel rough and strange, but this is completely normal as well. If this is bothersome you can have a temporary veneer placed.

Self care of dental veneers:

               Avoid frequent snacking

               Brush and floss regularly

               Have regular dental check ups

               Avoid eating staining foods

               Avoid abrasive toothpaste

               Do not bite on hard objects like pens, nails etc.

               Wear a mouth protector when participating in contact sports

Results

Most people are quite pleased with their decision to get dental veneers. However, it is important to note that dental veneers are not permanent; they must be replaced every 5 to 10 years. That said, with good care they may last longer, some patients report having their dental veneers last 10 to 15 years.

Risks and Complications

As is with any procedure there are risks associated with getting dental veneers. The following is a list of the most common risks and complications:

               Reaction to anesthetic or medication

               Placement is irreversible

               Veneer breakage

               Veneer damage

               Damage to the tooth structure

               Tooth sensitivity

               Cosmetically unappealing

               Speech change

               Function change

     Contact your dentist if any of the following occur:

               Pain increases or suddenly develops

               Inflammation of the gums or mouth

               Bleeding gums

               Bleeding around the tooth

               Damage to the veneer

               Extreme sensitivity to hot or cold

               Sign of cavity

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CTG Dental Group

Location: Izmir , Turkey  
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Specialties: ENDODONTICS, ORTHODONTICS, PERIODONTICS, ... more  
Procedures: CROWNS AND BRIDGES - FULL CERAMIC (PER TOOTH), CROWNS AND BRIDGES - METAL (PER TOOTH), CROWNS AND BRIDGES - PORCELAIN FUSED TO METAL (PER TOOTH), ... more  

Located in Izmir on the western coast of Turkey, CTG Dentalcare was established in 2004 and specializes in cosmetic dentistry, endodontics, implants, orthodontics, and periodontics. The center moved to a new building in ...

 
     
     
 

Ortodontist

Location: Istanbul, Turkey  
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Specialties: ORTHODONTICS, ADJUNCTIVE GENERAL SERVICES, ENDODONTICS, ... more  
Procedures: COMPLETE DENTURE MAXILLARY, COMPOSITE FILLINGS, CORRECTIVE JAW SURGERY, ... more  

Your comfort, confidence and oral health are our priorities. Our practice prides itself on its integrity, compassion, attention to detail and its passion for excellence. We are 4 dental specialists working within ortodo...

 
     
     
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