Composite Veneers

THE PERFECT AESTHETIC RESULT

Veneers are the ideal solution to improve the aesthetics of our smile, eliminating tooth imperfections and making the dentition more uniform.

Composite is a very resistant and aesthetic material that adheres to enamel easily, giving it the desired shape so that it adapts to each dental need. In dentistry they are used for several purposes:

  • To treat cavities, since it is a biocompatible material that allows the space caused by caries to be filled.
  • To modify the shape and anatomy of the teeth, as the composite is modeled and applied to the tooth just in the area to be modified, giving the piece a new appearance.
  • To repair fractured teeth, ensuring that the tooth structure is not affected.

HOW ARE THE VENEERS PLACED?

Placing composite veneers is a simple procedure, in which the tooth surface is prepared to increase adhesion and eliminate imperfections, then the product is applied and the desired shape is given, dried and polished.

The latest generation composites contain materials similar to porcelain, so they can be given the exact tone of the piece, obtaining perfect aesthetic results.

In our dental clinic, you will find a team of professionals who will advise you and help you recover the splendor of your teeth so that you feel much better.

Successful stories

“I hit my tooth and now it’s getting dark”

The case that we want to share with you today is about a 32-year-old patient who comes to Clínica Curull worried because a few months ago she suffered a fall and her right central incisor was fractured. Despite not having discomfort, he could feel that he was getting darker. A blow to a tooth can cause irreversible damage and it is very important to always go to our dentist so that they can assess the extent of the problem.

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Frequent Questions

When is it indicated to use composite veneers?

The main indications are in anterior teeth with small fractures, change of old damaged fillings or with a change in color, correction of imperfections in healthy teeth, alterations in shape or size (such as those that usually occur in Conoid teeth, which for reasons congenital are smaller), or for the closure of diastemas (spaces between teeth) to reestablish contact points between teeth.

What is the difference between composite and ceramic veneers?

The difference is the material used. Composite ones are made of a resin that can mimic the appearance of a natural tooth. Over the years they can wear out and lose their initial appearance, while ceramic tiles never alter. But if there is good care, the composite ones can be kept for a long time, and they are also cheaper than the ceramic ones. It should be the specialist in dental aesthetics who recommends in which case the use of composite or ceramic veneers may be appropriate.

Is it a painful treatment?

It is a thorough treatment for the dentist but very comfortable for the patient. Most of the time it does not require the use of anesthesia and in a single visit, it is finished. If you have odontophobia, at Clínica Curull we have different options so that this is not an impediment.

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Georgina (Tarragona)

“They keep telling me: Georgina, what a beautiful smile you have!”

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Cinta (Tarragona)

“Thanks to the treatment, I now smile with confidence and peace of mind.”

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Albert (Tarragona)

“I have gained a lot of confidence. I finally speak without fear!”

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