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Dental floss
Furrows on the dentures of prehistoric people have proven that dental care of the gaps between the teeth already was a serious matter as far back as the Stone Age. Nowadays, we thankfully no longer need to revert to the ancient bone toothpicks anymore, but can simply use the coated or non-coated floss. Although only a fifth of all Germans “floss” dangerous bacteria and plaque from the gaps between their teeth, thorough flossing with dental floss is exemplary and a matter of course for the proud owners of 4EVER-WHITE  veneers by the veneer specialists in Munich. There are even reports that some patients never leave their houses in the morning without dental floss in their handbags or briefcases. The daily cleaning of the interdental spaces does in fact increase the pleasure patients have with 4EVER-WHITE  veneers by thus preventing, for instance, gingivitis and dental tooth decay. In the course of the consultation, your veneer specialist from Munich will point out that thorough and careful cleaning is recommended with 4EVER-WHITE veneers as the yellowy plaque is more clearly visible on fresh-white teeth than is the case with darker teeth.
Dental splint and veneers
This is surprising: for perfect teeth, almost half of all Germans who were questioned by the FORSA-Institute would be willing to forego sun, sand and sea – in other words, they would be willing to give up their holiday trip. „Perfect“ means: shiny white and beautiful to look at, because they are nice and straight. Although quite a number of unfavourable tooth constellations can be beautified with 4EVER-WHITE  veneers from the Christian Bärenklau dental practice, this does not apply for general tooth displacements such as twisted teeth.  „However, this does not mean that our possibilities are exhausted, as we do still have a number of options,“Christian Bärenklau, the specialist for veneers in Munich, replied to the enquiries, giving hope to the questioners. Persons visiting us are frequently surprised to find out that tooth displacements can also be corrected without any problems and painlessly, even at adult age.  „We offer a high-quality solution that is very accommodating for our aesthetically sensitive patients“. He is speaking about the “Harmonie” dental splint. These individually made, invisible dental splints are suitable for light to moderate tooth misalignments, for a soft and gentle, yet at the same time flexible and uncomplicated correction. Not only is the “Harmonie” dental splint invisible – it also does not bother the wearer when speaking or eating, and also not when laughing or even kissing. The teeth are moved into the “right position” with extremely gentle pressure. The patient wears the invisible “Harmonie” dental splint round the clock, except for eating or dental care. During the dental splint therapy, which mostly does not last longer than a couple of weeks, the patients are still cared for by the Bärenklau dental practice. In simple cases, the jaw can be treated at prices starting at 500 euros. Simply ask us about the “Harmonie” dental splint at Bärenklau dental practice, your specialists for veneers in Munich. The therapy with the “Harmonie” dental splint is also possible as a preliminary stage before the subsequent final enhancement of your teeth with 4EVER-WHITE  veneers – which is sure to last much longer than any holiday ever could!
Durability of veneers
Perfectly fitted 4EVER-WHITE  veneers, which are perfectly cared for by you, can withstand all normal burdens – and normally retain their beautiful appearance for many years. „This is thanks to our high-quality ceramics,“ says the Munich veneer specialist, Christian Bärenklau, „because, with regard to the strength and durability, the properties of veneers are extremely similar to those of natural teeth.“ Naturally, the durability has also been verified scientifically. In 2000/2005, within the context of a long-term clinical study conducted on “subsequent check-ups of ceramic veneers” Dumfahrt/Schäffer from the University of Innsbruck interviewed patients and investigated approximately 200 veneers that had been applied in mid 1994. The result is clear to see: after 10.5 years, 91 percent of the veneers, i.e. 182 of the investigated 200 veneers, were still in perfect order – and virtually all of the patients were still completely happy with them. It was clear that the initially selected colour tone did not display any changes, even after a long period of time. Another pleasing aspect was that no tooth decay had formed underneath any of the teeth with veneers applied to them. In addition, it also appeared as if veneers seemed to be considerably more compatible with the gums than was the case with, e.g. metal ceramic crowns.

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