Dental Veneers in Costa Rica

Dental tooth bridge

Need a quick fix to your teeth’s stains and cracks? Try dental veneers in San Jose Costa Rica!

Dental veneers (sometimes called porcelain laminates) are wafer-thin tooth-colored shells created to improve the teeth’s front surface and conceal its impurities. These wafer-thin shells are attached to the front of the teeth in turn changing their size, shape, color and length.

Dental Veneers Procedure:

The placement of dental veneers may be completed in two dental visits in six weeks.

After assessment and some diagnostics, your dentist will help you choose the best teeth color for your veneers from a special shade chart. Then, your dentist will create a customized treatment plan basing from the examinations he did.

In placing the veneer, the dentist first administers a local anesthetic to minimize pain. Next, he prepares your teeth by reshaping it using a bur. If you opt for composite resin veneers, the dentist will apply, shape and let it harden using high intensity light. Additional composite maybe needed to correct its form and appearance. When it is all in place, it will be polished using a bur.

If you opt for porcelain veneers, the dentist will create an impression of your teeth through a mold. Next, it will be sent to a dental laboratory to be professionally fabricated. Dentists who have CAD/CAM technology may design the veneers you need in one visit. Using CAD/CAM technology, your veneer restorations will be created, bonded and adjusted onto your teeth in one dental visit. This type of treatment is also called “same day dentistry.”
Learn more about the different types of Veneers and the cost of Dental Veneers in Costa Rica!

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