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Dental Aesthetics: Veneers and Professional Whitening

Dental Veneers: Show off your Smile

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What problems do porcelain veneers address?

  • Discolored teeth: if your teeth are very  discolored and are resistant to tooth whitening, their appearance may  drastically improve with porcelain veneers.
  • Damaged / Chipped / Broken Teeth: A single damaged tooth (or multiple teeth) can be quickly and easily repaired with a porcelain veneer that has the same features and color as your natural teeth.
  • Gaps: Porcelain veneers can close the gaps between your teeth and give you a more uniform-looking smile.
  • Crooked teeth:  For teeth that are not severely crooked, porcelain veneers placed on their front surface will give a perfectly aligned, straight smile. For this type of treatment, many people refer to veneers as “instant orthodontics” since you get a similar final result in less time.

Teeth whitening

The most common causes of tooth discoloration are aging and the consumption of substances that cause stains, such as coffee, tea, cola, tobacco, red wine, etc. During the formation of the teeth, the consumption of tetracycline, certain antibiotics or excess fluoride can also cause dental discoloration.

After examination by our team, the procedure is performed in a single session, which begins with a brief preparation to cover the lips and gums, leaving only the teeth exposed. The exclusive Philips Zoom whitening gel is applied! specially designed to be used with the Philips lamp. The lamp and gel work together, dissolving stains and lightening discoloration. With proper care and whitening maintenance, your smile can shine for years.

Extensive research and clinical studies indicate that teeth whitening under the supervision of a dentist is safe. In fact, many dentists consider teeth whitening to be the safest cosmetic procedure there is. As with any teeth whitening product, Philips Zoom! It is not recommended for children under 18 years of age or for pregnant or lactating women.

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Benefits of dental veneers

natural smile

Modern materials make it possible to perfectly reproduce both the shape and the color of the original teeth, so that the difference between the pieces that have veneers and those that do not are not appreciated.

hide imperfections

Dental veneers hide defects such as poor tooth coloration, interdental gaps, fissures, enamel wear or minor trauma. And all this, in just a couple of sessions.

little invasive

The placement of dental veneers does not harm the tooth. It is not necessary to carve or reduce it as in the case of crowns. Under the veneer the piece is preserved without alterations. And its placement is quick, simple and completely painless.


The new materials with which dental veneers are made guarantee that they will remain in perfect condition for many years. You simply need good oral hygiene and follow some tips for your care.

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Frequently Asked Questions dental veneers

What are dental veneers and what are they for?

The dental veneers They are thin porcelain prostheses that are glued to the front surface of the teeth, providing a natural and attractive appearance. The dental veneers are used for correct cracked, stained, misaligned, worn, uneven or abnormally spaced teeth.

When can you not put dental veneers?

In people with unhealthy enamel, veneers they may not adhere well. In the case of crowded teeth, it is necessary to first undergo orthodontics. Nor are they recommended in patients with loss of gums and dental mobility or in people with irregular gums, the veneers they don't usually fit well.

When to put dental veneers?

The dental veneers They will be especially recommended in cases in which the person is not satisfied with the color, size, shape or position of their teeth; when she does not want to undergo a more extensive treatment such as orthodontics or in the event that she needs a quick solution.

How are veneers put on the teeth?

The veneers stick to teeth with resinous cement. Porcelain is a weak material but, when it sticks firmly to the tooth, it can become very strong and durable.

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Auxiliar Odontológico

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