Patient Olga's Story: Ceramic Veneers

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Patient Olga's Story: Ceramic Veneers

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Doctor - Maria Imshenetskaya, chief doctor "Porcelain Tatarka", doctor-curator

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Patient
- Olga, 41 years old

Problem
- multiple caries and tooth decay, erosion and chipping of teeth, periodontitis.

Before and after


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Doctor Maria Imshenetskaya
"
Thin ceramic veneers have helped to recreate the right anatomy of the teeth, change the color and, most importantly, make the teeth maximally natural and protected"

 


Initial situation


 


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Additional procedures: endodontic treatment, replacement of old seals with ceramic tabs

Smile design


 


 


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Term of treatment - 1.5 months

Steps:


 



  • Smile design

  • Preparation of teeth for installation of veneers under an operating microscope of Carl Zeiss

  • Fixation of ceramic veneers

  • Professional photo session as a gift


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Professional photo session as a gift after treatment


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Olga:
"My husband made a present to me for my 40th birthday - a new smile. I am glad that now I has become even more beautiful. Many thanks to our doctor, Maria Imshenetskaya!"

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We start dental treatment from design – we create your virtual prototype and “measure” several forms of smiles. Together we choose the best option. You can see how you will look even before treatment begins.

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Our doctors work with state-of-the-art microscopes, which allow them to find the most unnoticeable problematic sections of the teeth and conduct the required treatment with maximum accuracy.

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Veneers are a sparing alternative to crowns. They are installed on the front of a depulped or living tooth, provided that a sufficient surface area is maintained. Only a small amount of tooth enamel is shaved for better contact with the plate. Usually veneers are 0.3 mm to 1.5 mm thick.

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