Ceramic veneers are made of very thin ceramic “chips” that are frontally applied to the back teeth, after a light varnish.
This technique is only slightly invasive and can be used in different situations like:
- Teeth with structural changes in the enamel
- Pigmented teeth
- Correcting teeth that are slightly positioned badly
- Closing diastemas (space between two teeth)
- Abraded teeth
- Teeth resistant to whitening techniques
- Morphological alterations to the teeth
Careful evaluation by the dentist is needed in order to identify the patient’s exact needs and to specify the possible side effects, like bruxism, insufficient coronal height, and absence of superficial enamel.
Veneers have the notable advantage of being able to be made completely out of ceramic, without metal. This gives the product transparency and an excellent shine and allows them to be perfectly integrated with the adjacent teeth.
The experience we have developed in this field allows us to guarantee exceptional quality work, making use of highly qualified dental technicians with many decades of experience in the field.
Whitening is a cosmetic treatment that allows the colour of the teeth themselves too be lightened. It is achieved by applying a hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide gel, depending on the needs of the patient. This treatment can be carried out at home, or as happens increasingly frequently today, directly at the dental office to save time. We’ve chosen a revolutionary whitening system for you developed by Philips, a brand known worldwide.
The new Zoom 2 whitening system is clinically proven to whiten teeth to different shades in only 45 minutes. The new LED light technology emits an optimal light spectrum and allows us to achieve a 40% better whitening effect in comparison to a system without light activation. The light activates a photocatalyst light within the hydrogen peroxide based Zoom product, notably speeds up the process and improves the whitening results.
Young patients, but also often young adults, ask for a brilliantine application on the surface of the teeth. In most cases, this happens by gluing a polycarbonate crystal to the tooth in a non-traumatic way through a simple adhesive treatment.
The new Swarowski crystal collection gives our patients’ smiles a decisively captivating look. Depending on the patient’s wishes, it is however possible to apply a real diamond onto the tooth. This inevitably involves the creation of a small cavity to be able to place the tip of the small diamond.