Dental veneers are a possible solution to help you achieve the look you desire. They are a popular choice for those with chipped teeth, a gap between teeth, or misshaped teeth.
Dental veneers are thin covers that adhere to teeth to give teeth a more classically shaped look. Aspen Dental practices offer a variety of dental veneer options to choose from. Talk to your dentist about what’s best for you.
Zahrawi – the year 1013 AD – had Description of dental implants method, similar attempts were also made in Japan and Europe in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, dental implants have developed with time of until – Grin Field – in 1913 published the first scientific book on organ transplantation, explaining the process of dental implants, The theoretical research on synostosis and sub-peritoneal agriculture was then improved, In 1947, science developed and a stainless steel spiral implant was made, However, all these previous experiments did not reach the method and the metal which is combined with the human bone, Until the long historical path ended with the discovery of Titanium metal that positively reacted with human tissues by the Swiss researcher Bernanke in 1982.
The scientist who was considered a pioneer in dental implants science in the world, where he achieved a great scientific discovery by accident, while doing research on the wounds healing, using live rabbits to study the biology of bones, In which he installed microscopic chambers in the rabbits bones using Titanium bolts, a strong, non-corrosive light metal. When he tried several months later to remove these bolts of the bone, he was unable to do so because of the full synostosis with Titanium. 15-year of research, he has come to a conclusion that bone can cohere to Titanium with a high degree of success under appropriate and controlled conditions, Titanium did not cause any infections in the tissues adjacent to the bone and was not rejected by the natural bone. Bernmark named his discovery of this name – synostosis – and in 1965 he made his first successful transplant on a Swedish patient – who had no teeth – and the result was greatly successful.
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What is a porcelain veneers?
A porcelain veneer is a thin shell that is custom-made to fit on the tooth.
Benefits of porcelain veneers:
- they are strong and long-lasting
- they have a natural-looking surface
- less tooth enamel needs to be removed than with a crown or cap
- they don’t stain easily
Veneers are a solution to achieve your new look. Most veneers cover the front surface of natural teeth with a thin layer of medical grade porcelain. Dental veneers can change the smile of the patient in an instant. For the best fit, porcelain veneers are custom made for each patient. Tooth enamel-like polymers have been developed that mimic natural enamel in appearance.
Using veneers for a variety of aesthetic improvements, from orthodontic adjustments to teeth whitening, is an option dentists can use. Porcelain veneers are among the most popular and respected cosmetic dental operations due to their vibrant and natural appearance, as well as their wide range of applications.