Can veneers be placed if the necks of the teeth are open? Earlier I put seals, but since the place was not good, they fell out after a year.

Can veneers be placed if the necks of the teeth are open? Earlier I put seals, but since the place was not good, they fell out after a year.

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answers (3)

Answer 1
June, 2021

Theoretically, in this case, there are several options for solving the problem - this is filling, prosthetics, microprosthetics - that is, the installation of veneers, as well as the installation of a soft tissue graft. Which option will be the best in your case, it will be possible to determine only after a visual inspection. It is true that veneers are often used to correct the aesthetics of exposed necks. But it is important to understand that teeth that have been milled for veneers will need protection in the future. If you decide to remove the veneers, all teeth will need to be crowned.

Answer 2
June, 2021

Hello), of course, it's better to consult an orthopedist. Since in different cases, it has its own peculiarity, for example: sometimes we close the neck with a soft tissue graft (if it is strong), then a veneer may not be needed. Since we do not see your situation in the oral cavity, we cannot answer exactly. We have a free initial consultation, you can sign up here

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Answer 3
June, 2021

Exposure of the neck of the teeth is treated in several ways:

  • Put a seal;
  • Remineralization or fluoridation of enamel is carried out to strengthen it;
  • Place veneers;
  • Place crowns.

The doctor chooses a method of treatment depending on the clinical picture and the effectiveness of previous methods. If the filling does not hold and strengthening with minerals does not help, veneers can be placed. Their disadvantage is that they grind at least 0.5 mm of enamel so that the plate does not stick out. A tooth with abraded enamel becomes very sensitive and quickly decays, so veneers will always have to be worn.

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