Dental Veneers

Get ready, uncover your smile?

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers are thin porcelain covers that adhere to teeth to give teeth a more classically shaped look. We use only ultra-thin veneers.

At Crooke dental clinic we have implemented a new guided delivery system that allows us to place up to 10 veneers at once, reducing the finishing time and the number of appointments to just 2 and just 3 days apart, without compromising quality or the results.

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What does it involve?

The technique requires thoroughness, since the carving is minimal (in some cases non-existent), and the cementation must follow a rigorous protocol.

We apply our 3StepSmiles™ work methodology to the different treatments, with this we manage to streamline the procedures that are carried out through digitization. 3StepSmiles™ consists of three main steps: planning, execution, and the final smile.

Minimal carving

Digital workflow

Own Lab

Treatment Phases

1. Planning

We do an intraoral examination to study and analyze the patient’s smile, gum line and facial features. Then we proceed to the smile design. Thanks to DSD (Digital Smile Design) the patient participates in the design of their smile and can see the results before starting the treatment.

2. Execution

On the same day, if the patient has accepted the quotation and treatment plan, we proceed to make some provisional veneers. This allows us to have an exact model for the final veneers with the patient being satisfied with the design. Once the design is settled we send the information to the lab.

3. Final Smile

From 2 to 3 days later, we are going to have the final veneers ready. The patient comes for an appointment and the definitive covers are placed. This way we assure the result is 100% effective and the patient leaves with the smile it’s been after!

Veneers before & after

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