Get VENEERS and look LIKE a HORSE, poor coli Breh

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Dude looking like Brian Griffin when he got new teeth.

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Dude looking like an extra from the mask :russ:

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Veneers are trash... they file down your actual teeth to have them installed.. fukk that.


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Nah! Most people don't educate themselves on the different types of veneers available & go to bullshyt dentists &/or don't have the grip to get quality veneers that look and feel like natural teeth.


What Are No-Prep Veneers?

"You’ve probably heard of dental veneers, or maybe even considered getting them. Dentists sometimes suggest them as one option for disguising chipped, discolored, cracked, or broken teeth.

A dentist applies these thin shells, often made of porcelain or a composite material, to the front of your teeth to improve their appearance.

Because veneers are considered a permanent option, a dentist typically has to spend some time preparing your tooth for a veneer. This process can involve grinding down the tooth or removing part of the tooth, including some of the enamel, to make it ready to hold the veneer. Then, the veneer is bonded to the front of the tooth.

No-prep veneers are applied through a quicker process to make your teeth look more even. It takes much less time and effort to install them, and they still provide long lasting results."



Less prep work


With regular veneers, a dentist might need to grind 1/2 millimeter of enamel off your tooth to make an impression to use for creating the veneer. That’s not necessary with no-prep veneers. In fact, there’s not a lot of prep work needed.

In some cases, a dentist can make a digital impression of your teeth and then create the veneers and install them all on the same day.



Types of no-prep veneers


"When it comes to no-prep veneers, you have a few choices. Talk to a dentist about which ones they offer and which ones might be best suited for your teeth and mouth.

Lumineers

These no-prep veneers, which are manufactured by DenMat, may be the most well-known version on the market right now. Lumineers are extremely thin and can look very natural on your teeth.

DURAthin veneers
DURAthin veneers are a brand of very thin, translucent layers of porcelain bonded directly to the front of the teeth, without any grinding or shaving done in advance.

Vivaneers
Manufactured by Glidewell Labs, Vivaneers are another brand of very thin, very strong no-prep veneers. Like Lumineers, they are 0.33-mm-thick.


No-Prep Veneers: Benefits, Precautions, and Alternative Treatments
 

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Nah! Most people don't educate themselves on the different types of veneers available & go to bullshyt dentists &/or don't have the grip to get quality veneers that look and feel like natural teeth.


What Are No-Prep Veneers?

"You’ve probably heard of dental veneers, or maybe even considered getting them. Dentists sometimes suggest them as one option for disguising chipped, discolored, cracked, or broken teeth.

A dentist applies these thin shells, often made of porcelain or a composite material, to the front of your teeth to improve their appearance.

Because veneers are considered a permanent option, a dentist typically has to spend some time preparing your tooth for a veneer. This process can involve grinding down the tooth or removing part of the tooth, including some of the enamel, to make it ready to hold the veneer. Then, the veneer is bonded to the front of the tooth.

No-prep veneers are applied through a quicker process to make your teeth look more even. It takes much less time and effort to install them, and they still provide long lasting results."



Less prep work


With regular veneers, a dentist might need to grind 1/2 millimeter of enamel off your tooth to make an impression to use for creating the veneer. That’s not necessary with no-prep veneers. In fact, there’s not a lot of prep work needed.

In some cases, a dentist can make a digital impression of your teeth and then create the veneers and install them all on the same day.



Types of no-prep veneers


"When it comes to no-prep veneers, you have a few choices. Talk to a dentist about which ones they offer and which ones might be best suited for your teeth and mouth.

Lumineers

These no-prep veneers, which are manufactured by DenMat, may be the most well-known version on the market right now. Lumineers are extremely thin and can look very natural on your teeth.

DURAthin veneers
DURAthin veneers are a brand of very thin, translucent layers of porcelain bonded directly to the front of the teeth, without any grinding or shaving done in advance.

Vivaneers
Manufactured by Glidewell Labs, Vivaneers are another brand of very thin, very strong no-prep veneers. Like Lumineers, they are 0.33-mm-thick.


No-Prep Veneers: Benefits, Precautions, and Alternative Treatments
Yeah and them shyts aren't going to look natural no matter what because you are putting something on top of your already existing teeth.

Best to work with what you have and get braces/invisalign.
 
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