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Types of Veneers:
Emax porcelain veneers are a pressed veneer. They are cast under high pressure which creates high quality and strong veneers. Emax are one of the best forms of porcelain veneers which are being used today in cosmetic dentistry. They are known for their use to improve the functions and aesthetics of damaged teeth. Porcelain veneers are a thin layer of material that is used to cover a tooth to enhance its outer image. Many people use veneers to cover discoloration and to fill in cracks or chipped teeth.
Emax veneers are created through a unique method, which gives them superior results. The initial mould is made from wax which is then used to create the custom veneer. A cast is then made which is inserted with porcelain under high pressure.
A couple of the main reasons why our patients come to us for veneers are:
These issues can be solved with the help of Emax veneers. There is a variety of porcelain veneers available on the market, but the type and quality you require will depend on the extent of damage to your teeth. As these repairs are most often cosmetic repairs, we must be very strict in the maintenance of the aesthetics. You want your veneers to be of the best quality and to ensure that they last you a very long time.
Emax veneers are preferred because they can be created using a very thin layer of porcelain. Porcelain veneers can be used in a thin layer because the material is of such high quality that even in a thin quantity it is durable and strong.
The main advantage of Emax is that it saves existing teeth from being further damaged. Once you have a veneer, your tooth should be as good as new and with constant care and attention, you will not require future treatment. Other veneers may require drilling and extra preparation work on the teeth that can ruin your enamel. They can also create more space between your teeth as the layer of material used is not always as thin as Emax.
Please either fill out the short form below or call us to arrange your free consultation and find out if this is the most suitable treatment for you.