Dental veneers in Egypt


What are
dental veneers ?

They are layer of materials having the same color as the tooth and are only recommended to partially cover the front surface of the teeth in order to improve their appearance by changing their color, size, shape or length, they can be applied to one teeth or more.
This oral treatment does not cause any risk to the gums and natural teeth.
There are different types of dental veneers as they can be made from porcelain or resin composite materials, you will need to discuss it with your dentist during the consultation.
Nowadays, this technique is very common.

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The price of dental veneers in Egypt

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What types
of problems do dental veneers fix ?

This technique is for patients who suffer from :
The discoloration of their teeth due to the overconsumption of some beverages or other types of food, the misalignment or if they are chipped or irregularly shaped.
So, this treatment is the best solution to allow these patients to get rid of these problems and get a radiant smile while regaining their self confidence.

How are veneers put on teeth ?

First of all, you must have a consultation with your dentist so as to examine your teeth, detect your expectations and check if you are elligible to that procedure. You will have to tell him about the medicines you are taking.
The dentist will take measurements, markings and impressions of your oral appliance with the help of an X-ray.
He will also clean your teeth.
The second appointment is for the transformation of the cast into a tray which will then be placed on the patient's tooth or teeth. This step is important in order to have a clear idea of the future appearance of the teeth.
The final dental veneers will be placed after eight days of the second session.
The doctor removes the temporary veneers before applying the permanent ones. This step is essential as it allows to check whether or not the veneers fit aesthetically with the patient's dentition.
The duration of the session can vary from 1 to 3 hours depending on the case of each patient.
Dental veneers technique in Egypt is performed under local anaesthesia even though it is painless.

Dental veneers aftercare

Dental veneers in Egypt do not require a special care, but the patient must follow the recommandations of his dentist and opt for a good oral hygiene practices such as brushing his teeth three times a day after each meal, flossing, doing dental check-ups, avoiding stain-causing foods and beverages like coffee, tea..
In addition, taking some measures and precautions can help you maintain your dental veneers for a long time :

  • You must wear a mouth guard during sports activities to protect your teeth.
  • Never chew on hard objects.
  • Eat harder food with your back teeth only.
  • Do not use your teeth to open packaging.

The results

The results of dental veneers procedure in Egypt are natural and long lasting and the teeth are reinforced, aligned, their shape is corrected and they are whiter.
The patient can notice the results immediately after the procedure, the results will significantly improve his self-esteem.

Dental veneers benefits

Dental veneers treatment in Egypt has many advantages as it allows the patient to get rid of the aesthetic imperfections related to his teeth like misalignment, discoloration… while giving him a radiant smile.
In addition, dental veneers can last more than a decade if they are well preserved.
They also allow the patient to regain self-confidence as he will be able to speak and laugh with confidence and without hiding his smile.

How long do dental veneers last ?

Dental veneers typically last for about 10 to 15 years, but this can vary depending on factors such as the material that are used, your oral hygiene habits, and lifestyle choices. With proper care and regular dental check-ups, veneers can maintain their appearance and functionality for many years. However, they may need to be replaced eventually due to wear and tear or other factors. It is essential to discuss the expected lifespan of veneers with your dentist before getting them to understand what to expect and how to maintain them properly.

What to eat after dental veneers’ placement ?

After dental veneers’ placement, it is essential to follow your dentist's instructions for post-treatment care, including dietary recommendations. Here are some general guidelines for what to eat after dental veneers’ placement:

  1. Soft foods : Stick to soft foods that require minimal chewing to avoid putting too much pressure on your newly placed veneers. Examples include yogurt, mashed potatoes, smoothies, soups, cooked vegetables, and soft fruits like bananas and avocados.
  2. Avoid sticky or hard foods : Stay away from sticky or hard foods that could potentially damage or dislodge your veneers. This includes items like chewing gum, hard candies, nuts, seeds, popcorn, and tough meats.
  3. Gentle chewing : Be mindful of how you chew your food to avoid biting down directly on the veneers. Chew slowly and use your back teeth when possible to distribute pressure more evenly.
  4. Room temperature or cold foods : Avoid consuming very hot foods or beverages immediately after getting veneers, as they can increase sensitivity. Stick to room temperature or cold foods and drinks initially.
  5. Hydration : Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and aid in the healing process. Opt for plain water or beverages that are not too acidic or sugary.
  6. Follow-up with proper oral hygiene : Maintain good oral hygiene practices by brushing and flossing gently around the veneers. Your dentist may recommend a specific toothbrush and toothpaste for use after veneer placement.

Always consult your dentist for personalized dietary recommendations based on your specific situation and any post-treatment considerations. Following his guidance will help ensure the longevity and success of your dental veneers.

Can I brush my teeth after dental veneers' placement ?

Yes, you can and should brush your teeth after dental veneers' placement. However, it is important to be gentle and use the appropriate technique to avoid damaging the veneers or irritating the surrounding gum tissue.

Here are some tips for brushing your teeth after getting veneers :

  1. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush : Choose a soft-bristled toothbrush to minimize abrasion on the veneers and gum tissue. Hard-bristled brushes can be too abrasive and may scratch the surface of the veneers.
  2. Gentle technique : Brush your teeth gently using small circular motions. Avoid applying too much pressure, especially around the edges of the veneers.
  3. Non-abrasive toothpaste : Use a non-abrasive toothpaste recommended by your dentist. Avoid toothpaste that contains harsh abrasives, as these can scratch the surface of the veneers and diminish their appearance over time.
  4. Regular dental check-ups : Schedule regular dental check-ups and cleanings to ensure the health and longevity of your veneers. Your dentist can assess the condition of the veneers and provide any necessary maintenance or repairs.

By following these guidelines and maintaining good oral hygiene habits, you can help preserve the appearance and functionality of your dental veneers for years to come. If you have any concerns or questions about caring for your veneers, don't hesitate to consult your dentist.

What habits shoud I avoid or stop following dental veneers' placement ?

After getting dental veneers placed, it is important to avoid or minimize certain habits to maintain the appearance and longevity of your veneers. Here are some habits to avoid or stop following dental veneers' placement :

  1. Chewing on hard objects : Avoid chewing on hard objects such as ice, pens, pencils, or fingernails, as this can chip or crack the veneers.
  2. Using teeth as tools : Refrain from using your teeth to open packages, tear tape, or perform other tasks that put excessive pressure on the veneers.
  3. Grinding or clenching teeth : If you have a habit of grinding or clenching your teeth, known as bruxism, discuss this with your dentist. They may recommend wearing a nightguard to protect your veneers while you sleep.
  4. Biting into hard foods : Avoid biting directly into hard foods like whole apples, nuts, or hard candies. Instead, cut these foods into smaller, more manageable pieces to reduce the risk of damaging the veneers.
  5. Staining foods and beverages : Minimize consumption of foods and beverages that can stain your teeth, such as coffee, tea, red wine, and dark-colored sauces. If you do consume these items, brush your teeth or rinse your mouth with water afterward to reduce staining.
  6. Smoking : Smoking can stain and discolor both natural teeth and dental veneers. If you smoke, consider stopping it to maintain the appearance of your veneers and improve your overall oral health.
  7. Neglecting oral hygiene : Continue to practice good oral hygiene habits, including brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing daily, and using mouthwash as recommended by your dentist. Neglecting oral hygiene can lead to plaque buildup, gum disease, and other oral health issues that may compromise the longevity of your veneers.

By avoiding these habits and following your dentist's recommendations for post-veneer care, you can help ensure that your veneers remain beautiful and functional for many years to come. If you have any questions or concerns about caring for your veneers, don't hesitate to consult your dentist.