Veneers are dental equipment used to restore losing a tooth. These are recommended for sufferers who are too young for a dental implant or have an inadequate bone structure that makes them inadequate applicant for permanently attached prosthetics. There are also some sufferers preferring to use this Dental Prosthesis because they choose equipment that is cost-effective and easily eliminated.
This dental prosthetic is usually created by a resin material base with artificial tooth connected to imitate the look and feel of natural dentition. It is custom-made to fit the dental structure of each people. To create it, a dental practitioner requires a bite impression of the maxillary and mandibular arches of the affected person. The working cast is then sent off to a lab where it is created. When the platter is done, the affected person is called in for a final fitting. The dental professional will then check for any impingement that may cause the affected patient discomfort.
When is the Prosthesis fitted?
The first part of the dental implant process includes the fitting of the implant itself into a pre-drilled outlet. Once this has recovered an abutment is connected to the implant to transfer the load from the prosthesis to the implant. The abutment must go through complete treatment before the Dental Prosthesis can be fixed – a process which usually requires 4-6 weeks. Until this time your dental professional may provide you with a brief prosthesis
What if I don’t like my Dental Prosthesis?
Your dental professional will always have a fitting session with you so that you can feel how your prosthesis suits in your mouth. This is the time to speech any issues you have with the fitting or placement of the Dental Prosthesis. Remember you are paying for your new tooth so it is only right that they are perfect.