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Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are the most used procedure for cosmetic surgery. Their effectiveness in improving dental aesthetics and affordability makes them a favourite for many people....

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Dental Porcelain

Porcelain veneers have several benefits, including a lifespan that ranges between 10 to 15 years and resistance to stains. ``They also look like natural teeth, especially when you get...

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Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening has become the most popular dental procedure recently. That is mainly due to its effectiveness and straightforward nature. It is also affordable, making it perfect ...

Dental Cosmetic


Veneers are the most common cosmetic dental procedures to give you an appealing smile. Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are designed to cover the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance. They are typically made of porcelain or composite resin material and are permanently bonded to the front of the teeth.

Veneers are the effective way of concealing dental imperfections such as discolored, chipped, gapped, or worn-down teeth. Some of the transformations that our dentists can do using dental veneers include crown lengthening of your teeth and aligning your front teeth.

Our dentists also use veneers to hide gaps between the teeth or improve stained teeth’ appearance. Veneers comprise thin shells of tooth-colored material. The dentist bonds the shells on the front surface of the damaged teeth to improve their appearance.

Appealing Smile with Dental Veneers

some key points about dental veneers

1- Cosmetic Enhancement

Veneers are primarily used for cosmetic purposes to enhance the appearance of teeth. They can address various aesthetic concerns, including teeth discoloration, stains, chipped or broken teeth, misalignment, gaps between teeth, and worn-down enamel.

2- Materials

Veneers can be made from either porcelain or composite resin. Porcelain veneers are more popular due to their natural appearance, durability, and resistance to staining. Composite resin veneers are a more affordable option but may not last as long as porcelain veneers and can be more prone to staining.

3- Procedures

The process of getting veneers typically involves multiple dental visits. During the initial consultation, your dentist will evaluate your oral health and discuss your cosmetic goals. If veneers are deemed suitable for you, the treatment plan will be created.

4- Tooth Prepration

 In most cases, a small amount of enamel needs to be removed from the front surface of the teeth receiving veneers. This helps create space for the veneers and ensures a natural-looking result. Local anesthesia may be used during this step to minimize any discomfort.

5- Impression and Fabrication

 After tooth preparation, your dentist will take impressions of your teeth. These impressions are sent to a dental laboratory where skilled technicians will custom-create your veneers to match your desired shape, size, and color.

6- Temporary Veneers

Once the permanent veneers are ready, your dentist will check their fit, color, and appearance. If adjustments are necessary, they can be made at this stage. Once satisfied, the veneers will be permanently bonded to your teeth using a special dental adhesive. Any excess material will be removed, and the veneers will be polished.

7- Bonding

Once the permanent veneers are ready, your dentist will check their fit, color, and appearance. If adjustments are necessary, they can be made at this stage. Once satisfied, the veneers will be permanently bonded to your teeth using a special dental adhesive. Any excess material will be removed, and the veneers will be polished.

8- After Care

Dental veneers require regular oral hygiene practices, including brushing, flossing, and routine dental check-ups. Avoid biting on hard objects or using your teeth as tools to prevent damage to the veneers. It’s also important to avoid habits like teeth grinding or clenching, which can put excessive stress on the veneers.


Dental Porcelain are custom made for each patient.

Dental porcelain, also known as dental ceramic, is a type of material commonly used in dentistry for various dental restorations, including crowns, veneers, bridges, inlays, and onlays. Porcelain is a form of ceramic that is specifically formulated to resemble the appearance and color of natural teeth. Veneers provide instant transformation to a person’s smile. For a perfect fit, porcelain veneers are custom made for each patient.

Since the veneers are made from advanced tooth-colored materials, they resemble natural teeth. Our dentists use porcelain veneers for a wide range of cosmetic dental procedures, including orthodontic treatments and concealing stained teeth. Dentists can capture a patient’s natural teeth color and shape for the perfect veneer creation with advanced digital imaging systems.

Some key points about dental veneers

1- Aesthetic Properties

Dental porcelain is chosen for its ability to mimic the translucency, color, and texture of natural tooth enamel. It can be custom shaded to match the surrounding teeth, resulting in a natural-looking restoration.

2- Durability

Porcelain is a highly durable material, and when properly cared for, dental restorations made from porcelain can last for many years. Porcelain is resistant to staining and wear, which helps maintain the aesthetics and functionality of the restoration.

3- Biocompatibility

Dental porcelain is considered to be biocompatible, meaning it is well-tolerated by oral tissues and does not typically cause allergic reactions or adverse effects in the mouth.

4- Fabrication

Porcelain restorations are typically fabricated in a dental laboratory by skilled technicians. They are custom-made based on impressions or digital scans of the patient’s teeth and are designed to fit precisely in the mouth.

5- Bonding

Porcelain restorations are permanently bonded to the tooth structure using dental adhesives or cements. The bonding process helps ensure a secure and long-lasting attachment of the restoration to the tooth.

6- Maintenance

Porcelain restorations require regular oral hygiene practices, including brushing, flossing, and routine dental check-ups. It is important to avoid habits such as biting on hard objects or using teeth as tools, as this can potentially damage the porcelain restoration.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic dental procedure designed to lighten the color of teeth and remove stains or discoloration. It is a non-invasive treatment that can significantly improve the appearance of your smile. The leading benefit of teeth whitening is a brighter smile, which not only enhances your appearance but also boosts your confidence.

There are many ways of whitening the teeth, including over-the-counter products. However, it is advisable to visit a dentist for professional teeth whitening services. Our dentists use safe teeth whitening products that produce quicker and more effective results than over-the-counter teeth whitening products. Once your teeth have been discolored by smoking, aging, certain medications, or certain foods and drinks, brushing alone is not enough to whiten them. You need a professional tooth whitening procedure administered by our dentists. 

Is Teeth Whitening Safe

Types of Teeth Whitening

1- In Officde Teeth Whitening

This procedure is performed at a dental office under the supervision of a dentist. It involves the application of a professional-strength bleaching agent to the teeth, which is activated by a special light or laser. In-office whitening can provide quick and noticeable results in just one or a few visits.

2- At Home Teeth Whitening

This method involves the use of custom-made trays provided by your dentist and a lower concentration of bleaching gel. You will wear the trays with the gel for a specified period, usually a few hours a day or overnight, for a certain duration, as instructed by your dentist. At-home whitening typically takes several days to a few weeks to achieve the desired results.

Causes of Tooth Discoloration

  • Extrinsic stains: These are surface stains caused by external factors such as coffee, tea, red wine, tobacco, and certain foods.
    Extrinsic stains are usually responsive to teeth whitening treatments.

  • Intrinsic stains: These are stains that occur within the tooth structure and can result from factors like aging, certain medications, trauma, or excessive fluoride exposure. Intrinsic stains may be more challenging to lighten with teeth whitening alone and may require alternative cosmetic dental treatments.

Effectiveness and Results

  • Teeth whitening can be highly effective in improving the appearance of stained or discolored teeth. The results vary depending on the severity of the stains, the chosen whitening method, and individual factors.

  • Teeth whitening treatments can often lighten teeth by several shades, resulting in a brighter and more youthful smile.

  • It’s important to note that teeth whitening treatments are not permanent, and the duration of the whitening effects will depend on various factors, including oral hygiene habits, diet, and lifestyle choices.

Considerations and Precautions

  • Teeth whitening may not be suitable for everyone. Individuals with gum disease, tooth decay, enamel erosion, or dental restorations (such as crowns or veneers) on the front teeth may need alternative treatment options. It’s best to consult with a dentist to evaluate your oral health and determine if teeth whitening is appropriate for you.

  • Tooth sensitivity is a common temporary side effect of teeth whitening. Your dentist can recommend desensitizing agents or adjust the treatment to minimize discomfort.

  • It’s important to note that overusing or misusing teeth whitening products or using unregulated or unsafe products can potentially harm your teeth and gums. It’s always recommended to seek professional guidance and use dentist-approved whitening treatments.

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