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Prepless veneers provide appreciating aesthetic features to the minor defects of the teeth. They are an excellent option for patients who want veneers but are hesitant to file down healthy tooth enamel. It also helps them to prevent loss of enamel from the natural teeth. Prepless veneers appeal to many patients because the procedure can be reversed.
When treatment-planning of veneers, adding 0.2 to 0.3 mm to the front surface of the upper anterior teeth can get results that are not overly bulky, providing certain criteria exist. Having placed thousands of veneers during the past 18 years, and personally experiencing the successes into the modified preparations, We have concluded indications that must exist if prepless (or even minimally prepared) veneers are to be placed.
Most lab technicians and clinicians feel that prepless restorations, because of their minimal thickness, should be made using a powder-liquid ceramic. We have noticed that pressed ceramic (IPS Empress) can be made in restorations as thin as 0.3 mm.
The prepless option can certainly yield aesthetics that against traditionally prepped veneers. Some clinicians in dentistry believe that you cannot achieve a satisfactory esthetic outcome using prepless veneers. But we have noticed that if you have a thorough knowledge of prepless veneers – when and how to use them – and follow several indications, which we detail here, you can achieve a very attractive result.
We at Dr. Kathuria’s Dentistry need to analyze your smile to be sure that you are a candidate for prep-less veneers.
Very much impressed with the amazing qualifications of both the doctors! The respect and care given was wonderful. The doctors and staff are very lovely people to deal with. “Many many thanks to Dr.Kathurias for my new smile and strong teeth.
Everything went smooth and quickly doctors work well around my short schedule. Thank you Dr. Sween Kathuria for my new smile.